ASMP New England: Capturing The Dramatic Moment, Commercial Storytelling In Stills and Motion

Posted by: on Apr 13, 2016
Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA | Apr 26, 2016



Join Canon Explorer Of Light Tyler Stableford for an unforgettable multimedia presentation going behind the scenes from his latest stills and motion shoots. A prolific director and photographer, Tyler will share a range of print and TV commercial campaigns in addition to award-winning short films and nonprofit documentaries. Most importantly, Tyler will reveal the workflow and creative process driving each project.

Come see the work and process which enable Tyler to land large commercial shoots. Also learn why completing non-profit, volunteer work is so important to him. Learn from Tyler what it takes to be a successful photographer in today’s market.

The “Back Stage Pass” is back by popular demand! $30 per person for ASMP members only. Would you like an opportunity to meet with Tyler Stableford before the program for an intimate Q & A? Register for the “Back Stage Pass”. Maximum 10 people so get your seats before they sell out!

The silent auction will include a $2,000 Workbook Online Standard portfolio and a Think Tank City Walker Bag. There will also be door prizes from Tether Tools (camera mount for a GoPro or a point and shoot camera), a Bob Korn (20×30 image on 24×34 paper valued at $130), and two camera cleaning coupons (valued at $35 each) from Shawn Plouffe formerly of EP Levine’s.

There will be complimentary food and drink. This will be a wonderful evening.  Please bring a friend!

Presenter Bio:

Photographer and director Tyler Stableford has earned a worldwide clientele for his print and motion imagery. He is one of Canon’s prestigious Explorers of Light, and Men’s Journal named him “One of the Seven World’s Greatest Adventure Photographers.”


Tyler’s work has won numerous awards from the Art Directors’ Club, Communication Arts, Graphis, AdWeek, the AME awards and many others. His award-winning short films have screened at film festivals around the globe.


Tyler’s passion for storytelling extends beyond commercial work—he volunteers to shoot at least one week per year for nonprofits.  Visit a nonprofit/pro bono documentary video Tyler produced and shot in Ethiopia two years ago, called Aster’s Story, which he donated to the nonprofits Little Baby Faces Foundation, and Wide Horizons For Children (a Waltham-based nonprofit): Visit for more.

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