©2013 Paul Elledge
Instead of warming by the fire this weekend, come out to the Annual SEA Conference and hear Paul speak. He is presenting at the 14th Annual Self-Employment in the Arts (SEA) Conference on Feb. 22nd. He will be sharing a blend of entrepreneurship, artistry, and skills necessary for success as a working artist in the photography world.
This fun and interactive event is geared towards career development for visual, performing, literary, media, and culinary artists. If you want to make a living with your art or are looking to take your arts career to the next level, join Paul on the 22nd, at the Hilton Hotel in Lisle, Illinois for an amazing two days at the SEA Conference!
© 2013 Paul Elledge
Last week Team Elledge was honored when Paul was invited to show work on the internationally acclaimed website, LensCulture. For the first submission, we uploaded Paul’s project “Selma”. Check it out along with the other stunning portfolios featured. The studio was just informed this project became an Editor’s Pick on the site!
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2014 is a new year and we have updated our website to celebrate. New work is in almost every gallery, with more additions to happen in the coming months.
©2014 Paul Elledge
Last weekend Paul had the wonderful opportunity to judge the Kansas City Addy’s. In addition to reviewing great work and meeting new friends, Paul was shown the town. And, what a town it is! Kansas City has great art, local craftspeople, tasty food, soulful music, as well as fantastic architecture. The three days went by fast, but Team Elledge will certainly return to this fantastic place.
©2013 Paul Elledge
This past fall Paul took a trip to Selma, AL to work on a photo project. It was an amazing trip with great people, great pictures, and a very moving history.
It was a true education about the power and determination of a movement as well as the determination of the people behind it.
Today we celebrate the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. No better place to seek understanding and knowledge of this great man than to retrace one of his marches from Selma to Montgomery.