Kaffeeklatsch Talk #01 - Reigniting the Fire for Your Craft w/ Tara McMullen
Space is very limited so register early! Register here: http://kaffeeklatsch01.eventbrite.ca/
"There comes a moment for many Creatives when we realize that what once was our artistic passion has now simply become work without feeling or fire. In this transition from starving for our art to being well-paid to produce, the flame that kept us up at night working on our craft purely for the joy of it is occasionally extinguished. We wonder whether the passion that once existed for our work still exists beyond our paycheques. How do we, as creative individuals, maintain a connection with the passion that drove us to pursue our art as work? And can reigniting the love we once felt for our craft bring us to higher places in what we produce for our clients?" - Tara
We're pleased to announce the first in our 2013 morning speaker series of talks with the amazingly talented Tara McMullen from Tara McMullen Photography! She has been featured in countless blogs and magazines, most recently in Style Me Pretty's 'Best Weddings of 2012'!
Tara McMullen is a Toronto-based wedding and portrait photographer who, since entering the photography world in 2008, has shot more than 150 weddings in Canada, the US, and Europe. Tara’s background as an ex-PhD candidate in Sociology has led her to approach her work with an eye to the subtleties of human interactions and the moments-between-moments that happen when no one else is looking.
See Tara’s work @ www.taramcmullen.com
Date: Tuesday, February 12th
Time: Doors open 8:30am | Talk begins 9:00am and ends 10:00am
Venue: Strada 241, 241 Spadina Ave, Toronto
Attendance is free. Coffee and food will be available for purchase on location.
Please remember this is meant to be a small informal gathering of creative minds, so don't hesitate to jump in, ask questions, or add to the discussion!
Venue: Helmed by brothers Guy and Michael Rubino, Strada 241 offers home cooked Southern Italian cuisine with the freshest ingredients they can possibly find within our community. The name Strada means “street” in Italian and 241 refers to our home address. Our doors are open and so is our kitchen all you need to do is enter from the street.
Our Mission: This is not another lecture series. There isn’t anyone behind a lectern. There aren’t topics supported by statistics. There may not even be any visual material at all. This series is about individuals from across the creative spectrum coming together to tell their personal stories as a way to spread ideas, develop relationships, and to inspire. We believe in the power that personal experiences have to teach us to become better at what we do.