For Robin Truesdale, documentary filmmaking is much more a passion than a career.
“Documentary is one of the most powerful mediums that we have,” she says. “I find myself working with groups or people that don’t have much money, because I like being able to help people get their message out through documentary.”
After years of working in the fast-paced world of 1- to 2-minute
What could flying possibly have to do with graphic design?
For Tim Meehan, certified paragliding instructor and digital artist, these are the two seemingly unrelated yet intertwined facets of his life.
“I try to use my creativity and the things I do in the creative world to help the companies in the flying world to grow and mature a little better in their markets,” Meehan
A select group of professional photographers are contributing their personal “Thin Places” interpretive images to the Arapahoe Studio gallery walls.
The ancient Celts described places that relax us, transform us, and help us step beyond the mundane world as "Thin Places." It can be any place where the veil between the ordinary and the transcendent is thinnest, where heaven and earth are only steps apart.
When she first left the corporate world to work for a small custom training design firm, Lisa Van Damme was more than happy to work from her home and from cafés.
“But I’m often on teleconferences and meetings, and you can’t really have a professional teleconference in a coffee shop,” she says.
By happy coincidence, Van Damme started to Google “coworking in Boulder” just as
21st century architects have moved away from hand-built models and blueprints and into the new realm of digital imaging technology to convey their designs to the world. But with computer-generated imagery now widely available, architectural designers like Tyler Barnard, a coworker at Boulder Digital Arts, recognize the need to innovate to stay at the cutting edge of the industry. Barnard pushes the boundaries of the
The 9th Annual Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF), named “one of the coolest film festivals in the world” by MovieMaker Magazine, has announced a preview to its action-packed program, which features 47 films from around the world. The Festival takes place February 14-17 and will bring films, filmmakers and international fans together for a four-day celebration of the fine art of filmmaking.
“From workshops and
Our first coworking holiday party was a smash hit thanks to so many contributions from everyone who coworks here. This year's party was even better, with the revival of the Outdated Technology Tree, including a Yule Log screen saver on an ancient little dinosaur iMac.
We also enjoyed a return of the High-Octane Eggnog, introduced by Rocky Thompson of Gaia Video Productions. This is not
We are pleased to be teaming up with Boulder Digital Arts on November 30, in a joint effort to promote the creative entrepreneurial community of Boulder, and are inviting you to get to know BDA’s Coworking Space and receive a FREE headshot!
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A True Idiom in Photography
Posted by Eli Vega, Photo Artist
The scene was Rocky Mountain National Park, in the summer of 2012. I was In the middle of my 3-day “Finding Fine Art In Nature” photo workshop.
During my workshops, we walk around a lot, talking and looking for “that shot.” I kept telling one of my students,
Can creativity be taught? Or is it a gift possessed by some, but not all? Clients look to us for "out-of-the box" ideas for their digital marketing. Oftentimes, we struggle for the right mix of ideas that are both interesting, surprising AND hit the mark. Involving the client in early phases — brainstorming and discovery — helps to surface great ideas.
Steve Wilton teaches people