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Seminar: Photography in Marketing

Seminar: Photography in Marketing

Wednesday, October 21, 6-7:30pm
Jefferson School African American Heritage Center

You only get one chance to make a first impression! At this FABA seminar, photographer Melody Robbins and videographer Stephen Stonestreet will share their expertise on how to represent your business with memorable images. Learn tips for a “do-it-yourself” approach, tips for hiring a professional, and keys to remember when using photography and video in your marketing. A panel presentation will be followed by Q&A.

This seminar is FREE and open to the public. Please register in advance to reserve your spot. We invite you to arrive early for networking and light refreshments from 5:30 to 6pm.

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The Jefferson School African-American Heritage Center is located at 233 4th St NW, 2nd floor, Room 206, Charlottesville, VA, 22903. Please note, additional parking is available on the lower level on 4th St. NW.

MelodyRobbinsExpert Panelist: Melody Robbins

Melody Robbins has enjoyed living out her passion for photography while owning her own business for almost 18 years. She takes inspiration from the angles, colors and light patterns in nature to bring out the inner beauty in her subjects.

With professional expertise in lighting and composition, Melody produces high quality images for weddings, portraits, real estate, corporate events, and commercial applications. She was named Wedding Industry Experts’ Best Photographer for Virginia and Charlottesville in 2012, 2013, and 2014. Contact Melody Robbins Photography at (434) 214-0382 or

StephenStonestreet2Expert Panelist: Stephen Stonestreet

Based in Charlottesville, Virginia, Stephen Stonestreet is a filmmaker, photographer and art director and the founder of Stonestreet Creative. His passion is to curate creative networks that can surround individuals, organizations and communities, assisting them in developing a visual identity that powerfully communicates their story and heart with the world. @StephenStonestreet //

Forward/Adelante Business Alliance (FABA) is a culturally diverse business alliance where professionals, business leaders and organizations can share ideas, provide education and build relationships. Together, we’ll learn from each other, expand our network base, promote our services, and support our local economy.

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