About this Event
Award-winning, Savannah-based photographer and SCAD alum Emily Earl (B.F.A., photography, 2007) documents the spaces and faces that make up her quirky, sultry city, capturing moments of darting eye contact and unabashed body language.
Join Earl as she shares strategies for telling stories on film and how she's creating community as the executive director and co-founder of Sulfur Studios and owner of the fine art print shop Prismatic Prints, where she assists clients from creative concept to finished artwork.
Featured in The New Yorker, among many other publications, Earl's work is held in the collections of the High Museum, Atlanta, and Telfair Museums, Savannah, and in private collections across the U.S. and Europe. Her first monograph, Late Night Polaroids, was published in summer 2020. Follow @emilyearlphoto, @prismaticprints, and @sulfurstudios on Instagram.
About 'Guests and Gusto'
Tune in to the SCAD virtual series Guests and Gusto for conversations and content with leading cultural voices. Meet the creators and innovators remaking creative industries and get essential insight to guide your career in art, design, and entertainment.
This event is open to the public.