In Ric Hornor's lecture, he will talk about the unique methods he employs when creating his fine art images in Photoshop. Ric approaches his work from an artist's point of view providing a another perspective for creating images in Photoshop. His presentation is sure to inspire you and get the creative ideas flowing.
Ric Hornor is a Sacramento native and graduate of CSUS. He went on to complete his Masters of Fine Art (MFA) at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
As a fine artist, Ric has many corporate collectors of his work including: MCI International, ADP, Trammel Crow, Sprint, Kaiser Permanente, RCA Global Communications, and the Sarnoff Research Center, just to mention a few.
Ric's keen interest in new media led him to found NYC/SIGGRAPH in 1984, now the worlds largest computer graphics interest group.
He also taught new media at two highly prestigious universities: Pratt Institute, and the Center for Media Arts. You may see the result of his teaching in many movie and TV show special effects as some of his students have gone on to become the top special effects people in the industry.
Ric has received numerous honors and awards for his work.
Student Program Lectures are intended to supplement a student's school experience by offering talks and demonstrations on areas of photographic interest, topics and techniques. Lectures and demonstrations are given by people experienced in their field. Viewpoint strives to make these lectures relevant to areas of study. Suggestions for speakers are always welcome.
ATTEND A STUDENT LECTURE AND WIN A CHARLES FARMER PRINT!
One lucky student attendee at each lecture, determined by random drawing, will receive a free mounted, over-matted print by noted large format photographer and workshop instructor, Charles Farmer.