Join us for a virtual visit to the home studio of celebrated photographer Fritz Liedtke.
FRITZ LIEDTKE began photographing as a teen, when he documented a driving tour of the US with his father at age fourteen in their blue Datsun B210. Thirty years later, he continues to explore the world, camera in hand. With a degree in photography, Fritz is passionate about creating authentic portraits of people in their natural environments and capturing genuine moments of care and compassion for the healthcare and non-profit world. His professional clients include OHSU, PSU, Asics, Adidas, and Volvo, and magazines and books including National Geographic, Go: Travel and Style for Men, Shutterbug, Music Inc, and Kiplinger’s. Fritz balances his professional work with his fine art practice. His personal projects, including Astra Velum and Skeleton in the Closet, are shown in galleries and museums, published in magazines, and collected internationally. Fritz lives outside of Portland, Oregon. Learn more: https://fritzliedtke.com/
+ Find out more about Fritz’s 2020 Glen Workshop Online class, “Learning to See”: https://imagejournal.org/glenworkshop-2020-fritz-liedtke
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