- Teaches students:
- Ages 18 to 65 and special needs
- Teaching since:
Photography and exposure basics, studio photography, and more. I am your go to photo learning gal!
Studying photography since early 2000, Tristine has a base of knowledge that is rooted in traditional film photography that has grown and adapted alongside the development of digital photography.
Studying at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design after high school, Tristine completed her bachelors at Southern New Hampshire University and will soon start to pursue her M.F.A. in Digital Photography. She has given lessons at The Chicago Photography Academy and has also assisted future creatives with private lessons.
Believing that everyone deserves to know that magic behind photography, Tristine wants to provide the community with a resource for their own artistry. What she aims to give is a chance for people of any creed to hone their craft further. Working with local arts centers and others creatives she hopes to assist in the advocacy and education of photography and other art forms.
Working with Hairpin Arts Center as part of their full time volunteer staff. For this job I attend Hairpin Events and photographically document them to use the images for SM. I have also been accepted as a part of the in-house marketing team. Together we are creating unique content on social media. My skills have been used to logos and SM graphics for some of their programming. I am also working with the Hairpin staff to organize and manage the space for studio space rental for Chicago photographers and other creatives to help bring in more
revenue for the non-profit organization.
Tristine Imagery is fine art photography with a versatility that crosses over to many areas of the photography. Imagery produced include; creative self portraiture, collaborative portraits, and event photography. The artist herself is also inspired by and produces lifestyle photography, still life, nature and landscapes; but the focus of Tristine Imagery is to provide a new experience in portraiture.Show More
At CPA, I was given the chance to improve the curriculum for the Digital SLR class and the Compact Digital class. The goal of CPA is to provide the students with the knowledge needed to properly use equipment. With the knowledge of how to set up their equipment students then work on assignments aimed at capturing lighting, composition, and design. All to hopefully give them a step towards a new understanding of the practice and mechanics of photography as an art and hobby.Show More