Picture Society celebrates storytelling through the art and voices of photographers.
Our live events are short films composed of photographers paraphrase from around the world curated by Sarah LaVigne. We provide a platform for photographers to share their stories and photographs. Each featured photographer narrates their personal body of work, accompanied by music, during http://www.writemypaperz.com/ the 35-minute film.
We are currently showing with Space Gallery in Denver.
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Sarah LaVigne is the Founder and President of Picture Society. A native of the East Coast, she is the Photo Editor at 5280 Magazine “The Denver Magazine” and has also been a Photo Editor at National Geographic Adventure, Men’s Journal, Best Life, and SKI magazines. LaVigne holds an MFA in Photography from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, where she began her career in picture making and editing. Her photo editing work has been recognized by the American Photography Association and the Society of Publication Designers. LaVigne also curates photography shows locally and does portfolio reviews across the Southwest region.
Christina handles media relations for Picture Society. With 10+ years of communications experience in the travel and recreation industries, she is focused on building local and regional awareness for this unique evening of photography. Christina was raised in Vermont, studied economics at Colby College in Maine, and followed the powder to the mountains of Colorado where she skied a lot and managed public relations for Beaver Creek Resort. Following adventures in Denver, Chicago and northern Wisconsin, Christina settled in Boulder where she is principal of Stone Creek PR. A beginning photographer, a Canon Rebel often accompanies her and her Alaskan Malamute Finnegan on their hikes through the Flatirons.
Sarah Boyum is the production assistant for Picture Society. The midwest native is the art + photo intern at 5280 Magazine. Sarah received degrees in journalism, political science and fine art photography from Indiana University. Any free time is spent hiking, trail running and exploring her new Colorado home at 5,280+ feet.
-Photo by Laurie Smith