Spring Has Sprung — April 24th 2012

Respecting and Representing the Brand in Commercial Photography by Shawn Talbot

Shawn Talbot gives us a personal view on advertising photography and how it's changing at an exponential rate thanks to digital media, social marketing and technological advances. He gives insights on how to preserve quality and reflect branding in creative photographic work.

How Hockey Makes Me A Better Designer by John vanderWoude

Using the love of hockey as a platform to jump from, a discussion about the importance of purpose-driven design and how critical discussion can help inspire and focus graphic design.

The Evening

First and foremost, we at OKDG HQ would like to give all attendees and our two stellar presenters at the last meetup a virtual standing ovation — much respect!

Our next order of business is proudly announcing the next big event on the evening of April the 24th, 2012. Once again, we've got two excellent speakers lined up for you! Come meet and mingle with all of your fave local geek and nerdy friends — you will not be disappointed.

The Bike Shop Cafe and Catering Co. has warmly welcomed us back to use their restaurant as a meeting venue. There will be food and your ‘beverages of your choice’ available throughout the evening.

Looking forward to seeing you all there!
Shane and Daryl

Please note the doors open at at 7:30pm and presentations will start at 8:00pm sharp. Please do not show up too early before 7:30pm as we are setting up the room and dealing with facilities.

Date & Location

APR 24

Tuesday, Apr 24th @ 7:30pm
Venue: The Bike Shop Cafe, Kelowna BC, Canada
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Next Meetup

Tuesday, April 21st @ 6:30pm
The Bike Shop Cafe, Kelowna BC, Canada

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Get Involved

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