Local photographer Trevor Reisz will be showing his photographs and paintings at Buffalo Grove High School's One Grove Gallery, with an opening reception on Saturday, March 5, from 6:00 pm to 7:30pm.
From being a staff photographer at the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, to photography instructor for UCLA and a Nikon School Instructor, Trevor's career in photography has spanned several decades and has allowed him the privilege of meeting and working with some noted names in photography like Edwin Land of Polaroid, Ansel Adams, Yousef Karsh, Eddie Adams, Neil Liefer, Freeman Patterson, and some National Geographic photographers. Recently, he has also begun painting as a new creative outlet. "Painting is just an expression of 'freedom' where I just let things happen and evolve. For me, painting and photography are totally different mediums, approaches, experiences and goals."
Trevor will be speaking to classes and judging the work of District 214 photography students in the Arts Unlimited 214 Photo Contest, on display in the BGHS library from March 9-18.
Trevor will also be available for questions, and discussion, in the gallery the evening of BGHS Orchestra's "PEACE" concert on Thursday, March 10 from 6:00 pm until the concert start time of 7:00 pm. The gallery show will continue through April 12. For more information, please contact Buffalo Grove Arts Unlimited Coordinator Michelle Price at email@example.com.
"Church" by Trevor Reisz