Boston, Mass. (PRWEB) August 15, 2012
Photo Nights Boston, Boston’s premier non-profit organization dedicated to celebrating the power of photography through public art, has announced it will be hosting its very first educational event titled, “Rock Your Blog.” This informative roundtable will bring together expert photographers, stylists and digital marketing specialists to discuss best practices and provide expert tips on helping bloggers of all types to take their blog to the next level. This special event will take place on Monday, August 20 at Microsoft’s New England R&D (NERD) Center in Cambridge, MA. Attendees will have the opportunity to win a free photo shoot with renowned fashion photographer Conor Doherty, who shot the cover of this week’s Improper Bostonian.
Who: - Leah Haydock, award-winning wedding photographer (The Knot, Boston Weddings)
- Katie Noble, founder, Photo Nights Boston; photo editor, Improper Bostonian
- Dave Bradley, photographer (Boston Magazine, Esquire, New Balance)
- Rick Friedman, photo journalist (New York Times, Time, USA Today)
- Catrine Kelty, influential and accomplished food stylist
- Kaitlin Maud - digital marketing specialist, SapientNitro
What: Photo Nights Boston invites all Boston bloggers for a fun, interactive night of mixing and mingling, to learn first hand how to up-level their blog through better photography, styling and strategic use of search engines and social media. For this special event, a few of Boston’s best photographers, stylists and digital marketing specialists will come together to provide expert tips and strategies on how to make blogs truly “rock.”
When: Monday, August 20, 2012, 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. ET.
Where: The event will take place at the Microsoft New England R&D (NERD) Center in Cambridge, MA
For more information or to register, please visit: http://bit.ly/Nga52c. For those interested in live tweeting from the event, use the #blogPNB hashtag.
About Photo Nights Boston
The mission of Photo Nights Boston (PNB), a 501c3 non-profit, is to celebrate photography and engage the human spirit through public art. To fulfill its mission, PNB will hold a public photo festival in Boston in October, 2013. PNB believes in the power of visual storytelling, and will facilitate dialogue about photography through educational, experiential events throughout the year. Its goal is to bring together everyone who loves photography - from the Instagram enthusiast, to the student, to the professional - to celebrate the power of visual images. To learn more, visit http://www.photonightsboston.com.