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July Meeting: Joe Glyda - BYOB Beyond Your own Brain

  • July 08, 2014
  • 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • Slate at ll Creeks, 2701 Custer Parkway #905 Richardson, TX 75080


  • We offer the member rate to members of other PPA guilds. Thank you for being our guest!

    Registration code is required.
  • We offer the member rate to members of other PPA guilds. Thank you for being our guest!

    Registration code is required.
  • Please email for discount code.
  • Please email for discount code.
  • Thank you for letting us know you can't attend! We hope to see you next month.
  • Does Not Include Print Competition.
  • Does not include meal.
  • Does not include meal and Print Competition.

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BYOB! Many instructors claim to teach Creativity as if it was a photographic technique, but the truth is, Creativity is a process. Creativity is not a single lesson that can be taught. It is a journey that is developed through both sides of the brain. The left side, which understands calculations and formulas, mixed with the right side of the brain, which involves the senses and emotions. The combination of this mixture forms the Creative process.

BYOB, which normally stands for Bring Your Own Bottle has another meaning for the presentation you are about to engage in. Beyond Your Own Brain was developed as a series of exercises to define your own processes in learning about your personal journey of Creativity. This complicated form of expression has many facets to explore and Joe will guide you through the process. He really can’t tell you exactly where he’s going with this because it would give the element of surprise away and the creative light bulb will not turn “on” over your head at the given moment!

Come with an open mind and allow him to help you take the journey to develop your own unique creative style.

Joe Glyda Biography

Joe started out as a commercial photographer in 1977. One of his very first images was placed on the cover of Professional Photographer Magazine and the Winona School of Professional Photography school brochure in 1978. Joe has redefined himself many times during his 37 yr career. Joe was one of the early pioneers of digital photography and introduced the new technology into the mainstream 8x10 film studio at Kraft Foods in 1993. By 1999, everything produced in the Kraft Studios, was done digitally. Joe took an early retirement from Kraft in 2009 but continues to work on large-scale projects as well as specializing in Food, Architecture and Aviation. He is also a photography and Photoshop Instructor for Kelby One.

Come and experience creativity like you never seen before.

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