Are you dreaming of styling an editorial photo shoot with a top-notch production team at an exceptional location? You will get the chance on April 4 at the Apple store in Union Square, San Francisco.
Academy of Art University Fashion Styling students, alumni, and faculty will discuss the creative process of crafting a fashion image, from concept, styling development, creating a creative team, to the rundown of the photo shoot day.
Flore Morton, Associate Director of the School of Fashion, and Fashion Director of 180 Magazine, student-generated magazine of the School of Fashion, will moderate the lecture, with students and alumni sharing their experience and the fashion imagery they produced.
Morton will be joined by Krystyn Nakamura, a freelance fashion stylist in SF and BFA Fashion Styling graduate, Robert Bala, an artist agent at Look Artists agency, and a senior student Nakia Pleasant, who is currently working as sample coordinator at Charlotte Russe.
The panel will share how to pose models, get the right lighting, and capture the ideal look using iPhone and iPad.
The lecture will be followed by a live styling/photography session involving the guests attending the event. The video wall of the Apple store will serve as background and lighting. The public will style editorial looks pulling from a rack of clothing provided by the Academy and will take pictures using I-Phones and I-Pads. Devices will be provided.
The event is free and open for everyone. Sign up here to attend #TodayAtAppleSF on Thursday, April 4th, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM at the Apple Store, 2nd floor, Union Square, San Francisco.