For over 25-years, Richard Radstone has been a frequent choice of global and national advertisers, corporations, publishers, institutions and individuals who seek creative works, consulting and educational programs.
Richard has developed curriculum, guided discussions and conducted seminars for many schools and organizations. His mission is constant: to foster individualized creative point-of-view while strengthening technical expertise and business acumen. He has served on both Regional and National boards of APA (American Photographic Artists), is a recognized contributing author and owner of several educational and photographic blogs.
The warmth of his personality and his sense of humor allow his colleagues and students to open up and be receptive to new information and in pushing their own creativity. He has an innate ability to connect with those he works with in a way that inspires, informs and enlightens.
Elevating the level of photography that his students can produce is core to his teaching DNA and he thoroughly knows his craft. Whether it’s an intimate discussion or a lecture hall presentation, Richard always holds his audience’s interest and attention.
Richard’s commercial and portrait work is in demand and he has recently begun expanding into commercial production, short film and a series of publishing projects.
Richard resides in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter. To stay clear and fresh he can often be found mountain biking the trails that surround his home. To quote, “Riding is my 4th love, you’ll have to guess 1, 2 and 3.”
See Richards work at www.richardradstone.com
Read more about him at www.richardradstoneblog.com
Spend Saturday, October 22, 2011, 9:30am–4:30pm with us as Richard shares some of his lighting, business and directing insights. This 6-hour program will get both your technical and creative gears turning, all while strengthening your understanding of what it takes to shoot beautiful skin, direct for emotional performance and develop a personal creative-point-of-view.
Register for event here.