april, 2017

7apr7:30 pm- 8:30 pmThe Psychology of Portrait Photography with Tracy Wright Corvo (Free Talk)


(Friday) 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm HST


Happiness U - SALT

675 Auahi Street, Suite E3-205, Honolulu, HI 96813

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What is it that feeds into our own self conscious conflict with getting our portraits done? Why do some of us dread having our portrait taken? Why are we so hyper critical of our faces and flaws? How we can we be more self-accepting and less critical of ourselves? What can we do to move into a space of self-acceptance and confidently put ourselves out there into the world?

Getting your headshot or portrait taken doesn’t have to be something to dread or fear. The experience can be fun and enjoyable and may even help lead you into a space of more confidence and positive self-acceptance. So come join me and perhaps gain a new perspective on being photographed.

NOTE: This is a free event for the public.

About Tracy

Tracy began her training in fine art photography with Peter Laytin at Fitchburg State University. After earning her Master’s degree in Elementary Education and Creative Arts in Learning at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA, she spent 10 years teaching in private education in Hawaii.

In 2003, Tracy launched Tracy Wright Corvo Photography. Tracy ’s photography business focuses on headshots, portraits and commercial photography for individuals, businesses and a wide range of industry professionals. Aside from her professional photography business, Tracy teaches workshops at Pacific New Media, at the University of Hawaii. Tracy is also a part of the exclusive circle of headshot photographers known as the Headshot Crew, and is highly recommended by celebrity NYC photographer Peter Hurley. Along with her commercial and professional work, Tracy continues her fine art photography exploring more esoteric themes from behind the lens.

Tracy also contributes her time and photographic skills to local charities, including Make-A-WISH Hawaii. Additionally, for the last six years, she has donated portrait sessions to families with children who live with autism.

Tracy has won numerous contemporary photography awards and has exhibited her work in both the United States and Europe. She is currently working on a book and a variety of her own creative photography portfolios.



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