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Special Guests Seven Spires, Kriz DK and Babychaos Announced Jeremy Saffer’s Leica Akademie USA

Special Guests Announced for Renowned Music and Celebrity Photographer Jeremy Saffer’s Intensive Music Photography Workshop with Leica Akademie USA in Boston, MA

September 25th-26th, 2021 – Explore the Art and Business of Music Photography at “All Access” Seminar Featuring Guests Seven Spires, Kriz DK and Babychaos


September 24th, 2021 - “Iconography of Rock” Exhibit Opening Reception and Free Artist Talk



Seven Spires by Jeremy Saffer



Renowned music photographer Jeremy Saffer will lead a two-day, hands-on music photography workshop at the Leica Store and Gallery Boston, MA, September 25th-26th, 2021, in collaboration with the Leica Akademie USA.

All Access: A Music Photography Intensive is an exclusive invitation to go behind the scenes of the photography and music business to learn from Saffer’s creative process. The class will focus on every aspect of being a photographer in the music industry, including lighting, posing, the business of music photography, how to make a living in photography, selling your work, marketing, branding and more. Going beyond a traditional lecture, each participant will have the chance to put theory into practice, creating images, during a real-word photo-session with a band and guest artists on-location.

Seven Spires, Kriz DK and Babychaos will appear as special guests. Following a photography Q&A between the artists and attendees, Saffer will demonstrate multiple lighting setups and live photo shoots with all three guests. Immediately following all attendees will be given the opportunity to do their own lighting setups and photo shoots with the guests using professional studio lighting and optional Leica cameras and lenses, which will be available for attendees.

“I am super excited to offer this workshop intensive in partnership with the Leica Akademie USA,” says Saffer. “With this workshop, my students will experience firsthand the business of music photography to apply theory to practice. Leica has always been the best of the upper echelon in all things photography and this workshop represents an absolutely incredible opportunity for anyone who learns best by doing.”

Owning a Leica is not a requirement to join. A selection of the latest Leica cameras will be available for use during the workshop.

This workshop marks Saffer’s only photography workshop of 2021 and is limited to 12 students. Registration is available at https://leicaakademieusa.com/product/all-access-a-music-photography- intensive-with-jeremy-saffer-september-25th-26th-2021-boston-ma/.

Leica Gallery Boston will host a free opening reception and Artist Talk for Saffer’s exhibition “Iconography of Rock” on September 24. RSVP required at bit.ly/jeremysaffer_opening. The exhibition will be on view September 16-30, 2021.

Leica Gallery Boston is located at 74 Arlington Street in Boston. Saffer is available for advance interviews.

About Jeremy Saffer:

Since 2004, photographer Jeremy Saffer has been making figures from the world of music, movies, and pop culture look iconic. Rightfully regarded as one of the most stylish and likable visual artists in contemporary media, he has crafted a recognizable, unique and fantastical range of styles that continue to dazzle in fresh and creative ways.


Utilizing his natural gift for alternative flair, it is Jeremy’s calling card to develop images and looks for clients that truly make the subject matter shine with star appeal and majestic imagery. For these reasons plus his likable, knowledgeable personality, his portfolio extends to the covers and inside the pages of international publications such as Kerrang, Revolver, Metal Hammer, Alternative Press, Guitar World, Outburn and countless other publications.

Jeremy Saffer online:

www.jeremysaffer.com

www.facebook.com/jeremysaffer

www.instagram.com/jeremysaffer

https://twitter.com/jeremysaffer

Leica online:

https://leicaakademieusa.com/

https://leicagalleryboston.com/




Babychaos by Jeremy Saffer




Kriz DK by Jeremy Saffer

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