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Photoville 2018: the Leica x ONA Photowalks
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Photoville 2018: the Leica x ONA Photowalks

Next week in New York, Photoville opens for its seventh year under the Brooklyn Bridge, and we're pleased to once again collaborate with Leica Camera on a series of photowalks led by ONA community members (and Leica photographers) Joe Greer, Pei Ketron, Mat Rick, and Tutes. We invite you to join us—photowalks are free and open to all levels of experience. We'll be unveiling some new ONA products for the first time, and a selection of Leica cameras and lenses will also be available to loan on a first-come, first-served basis; bring an SD card, a valid ID, and credit card required to participate.

Capturing Light Photowalk with Mat Rick

Friday, September 21 | 5:30PM – 7PM

Location: Leica Pavilion

Surround yourself in shades of gold in the beautiful city of Brooklyn during a sunset photowalk with Mat Rick. Mat is a commercial lifestyle, product and travel photographer based in New York City and San Francisco. His clients include Amtrak, L’Oréal Paris, Reebok, Microsoft and Patagonia, and his images can been seen in publications such as The Atlantic, Conde Nast Traveler, Esquire and Outside Magazine. When not shooting, he’s out exploring Brooklyn with his wife and two dogs and a hot cup of coffee.

Color and Composure Photowalk with Joe Greer

Sunday, September 23 | 5PM – 6:30PM

Location: Leica Pavilion

Find your visual identity, and discover your creative process in a photowalk with Joe Greer. Joe is a freelance photographer living in Brooklyn, New York with his beautiful wife, Madison. He enjoys shooting landscape, portraiture, lifestyle, street, and documentary photography. Joe started taking photos in 2012 after downloading Instagram. Since then, everything has changed.

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"People, Portraits and Places" Photowalk with Tutes

Thursday, September 13 | 5:30PM – 7PM

Location: Leica Pavilion

Master the art of environmental portraiture using Brooklyn as your backdrop in a golden hour photowalk with Jose “Tutes” Tutiven. Tutes was born in Ecuador and raised in New York City, is a photographer with a knack for capturing authentic moments and showcasing personal, intimate details through his portraiture work. He credits Instagram with discovering his love of photography and launching his freelance career, working with prestigious clients such as Oprah Winfrey, Anheuser-Busch, LG, Kenneth Cole, Weight Watchers, Movado, Lincoln Motors, and ONA. He is a simple guy who loves to take pictures and anything else that revolves around the art of photography.

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I keep in touch with people who make me see the world differently. #LeicaCameraUSA #🔴📷

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"Light, Landscape and Leica" Photowalk with Pei Ketron

Sunday, September 16 |1:30PM – 3PM

Location: Leica Pavilion

Explore DUMBO through the lens of a Leica and create stunning stills using natural light with Pei Ketron. Pei is a photographer, educator, and consultant based in San Francisco. After a decade of teaching special education in the public school system, Pei now teaches photography and social media classes privately and at Creative Live, The Image Flow, AdobeMAX, and the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops. She also serves as a photographic mentor for travel experiences with companies such as Passion Passport. In addition to her experience with DSLR and medium-format film photography, Pei is also an accomplished mobile photographer.

About Photoville

For its seventh edition, Photoville—produced by United Photo Industries—will present work by more than 600 artists in 90 photography exhibitions & outdoor installations, providing an accessible venue for the public to experience both challenging and entertaining visual stories from a diverse group of artists, curators and organizations.

Photoville is located in Brooklyn Bridge Plaza, on the corners of Water Street and New Dock Street. It is directly underneath the Brooklyn Bridge in DUMBO and bordered by Jane’s Carousel and St. Ann’s Warehouse.

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