For this class, we will be exploring advanced applications for studio lighting, including multiple-light set ups and location lighting. Designed for students who have at least a rudimentary familiarity with lighting equipment, the course will help you solidify your understanding of essential concepts and expand the range of tools you’re comfortable with to give you additional creative options as a photographer.
Tom Loughlin is a 2013 graduate of SFAI’s MFA program in New Genres. He is a studio artist at the Minnesota Street Project, and was previously an affiliate artist at the Headlands Center for the Arts. He has shown at The Lab and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts among other venues, and has been awarded eleven tons of steel from the old east span of the Bay Bridge by the Oakland Museum of California to make a public art piece for Treasure Island. Mr. Loughlin is also a graduate of Dartmouth College and U.C. Berkeley’s School of Law, and has had a plaintiff-side practice in intellectual property and products liability. He clerked for Hon. Diana E. Murphy of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.View Gallery »