Eyeworks speaks at AfterDark2014

  In mid January, Brian will be speaking at Afterdark Intensive. AD Intensive will be from January 19th -22nd. Here is the AD Intensive Grid so you may plan out your days for the conference!  Click this link to go register on the site!  Eyeworks is ecstatic for AD Intensive and …

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Eyeworks speaking at Imaging USA!

This January, Brian will be speaking at Imaging USA in Phoenix, AZ.  Pre-Convention is January 9th – 11th. The Convention is from January 12th – 14th.  His class “From Concept to Creation: a Fashion Shoot” is on the 11th from 1:30 – 5:00. Cost is 79$. He will be located at Sheraton, …

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Eyeworks in Detroit with Sandy Puc Tours

Brian had a wonderful time last Friday, September 13th. He was a mentor at the Sandy Puc “Hands on Tour”. He appreciates all the people who can come out to these shows, the models for all their hard work, the mentors for being so kind to him, and especially Sandy …

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Eyeworks: Unleashing a Creative Mind – Photoshop

On September 10th, Eyeworks will be at Finnigan’s Hall in Kansas City. The event will be put on by Professional Photographers Association of Greater Kansas City. The evening will begin with a social at 6 pm then dinner at 6:45 pm and ending with the program beginning at 7:45 pm. …

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Spiva Center for the Arts Gallery

Last April, Spiva Center for the Arts, a local gallery, hosted Eyeworks’ exhibit titled: Interludes and Explosions: the Photography of Brian DeMint. The show included some of Brian’s old favorites and some pieces not previously release. There were seventeen pieces and still each piece ranging in color and style.   “I …

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Eyeworks visits Crystal Bridges!

Brian and family drove to Bentonville, Arkansas last Friday to see the new exhibit called Angels and Tomboys. Crystal Bridges‘ presentation had around 72 pieces of masterworks.  This exhibit is described by Crystal Bridges as, “In the aftermath of the Civil War, the American girl seemed transformed—at once more introspective …

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