If you have ever taken note of the images of stunning interior spaces in publications like 5280 Home or Colorado Homes & Lifestyles, there is a chance that you have seen the photographs made by Susie Brenner, a lifestyle commercial photographer based in Denver. In her mission to transport the three-dimensional world of interiors into a two-dimensional page, she not only creates photographs that get attention from the viewer, but they satisfy her clients’ need for work that tells the story of who they are as designers. Her images invite viewers to enter a well-curated space and enjoy the experience.
Join our meeting in July to hear Susie explain why commercial photography allows her to express a creative vision without using words and how she sets herself apart from other photographers in the industry. See inspirational examples of projects she is so well respected for.
Throughout the evening, she aims to give us an overview of:
how she builds relationships vital to success
how she goes about a day on location including working with stylists and designers
what makes the sessions special for her clients and the homeowners
her equipment, workflow, and the work that goes into processing her files into the final print on the page or online
what photographers need to have in place for contracts, pricing and understanding copyright issues for commercial interior photography
Date: Thursday, July 13, 2023
Location: Koelbel Library, 5955 S. Holly St, Centennial, CO 80121 or Zoom
Time: 6:30 pm – 9 pm
About Susie Brenner
Susie is proud to call herself a third-generation Colorado native and lives in Denver with her husband and dogs. She started out in the world of photography at the age of 17 by enrolling in a vocational course and continued by taking a degree in Commercial Photography at the Art Institute of Colorado. She graduated from there in 2005 with an Outstanding Achievement Award for her portfolio. She remained at the Art Institute after graduating in a full-time position responsible for a 10-bay commercial photo studio including all the equipment needed by students and instructors, a full wet darkroom, a digital darkroom complete with 20 Epson printers, a video studio with control room and multiple computer labs. After this, she set out on her own to work as a photographers’ assistant to many architectural photographers across the United States learning the skills that make her so successful today.