Are you feeling lost in a sea of big dreams and grand plans for your future? Do you find yourself constantly jotting down ideas for new projects, but unsure of how to make them a reality? Well, fear not. Martine Severin, a photographer, and APA Chicago Board Member will guide you through a lighthearted exercise in crafting a strategic plan for the next five years.
During the 1.5-hour session, we'll explore ways to turn those big aspirations into actionable steps.
Now is the time to turn those dreams into reality, together!
Martine Séverin is a lifestyle + advertising photographer. She is based in Chicago and Los Angeles, with Chicago being her primary hub. Before her photography career, she worked as a Program Manager at Harvard University, where she obtained a certificate in Strategic Planning from the Harvard Extension School. She loves creating strategic plans!
Her vibrant style, imbued by a love of color and diversity, has been shaped by her Haitian roots and her passion for celebrating inclusivity through the use of non-western narratives.
This passion drives Martine to seek out and create work that features people of color and women in non-stereotypical ways. Where possible, she also makes social causes a part of her work by collaborating with companies that are advancing the lives of others.
She is the host of the podcast, This is How We Create, a show that digs deeper into the creative life of contemporary artists of color to foster community and honor their process. Martine is also the Chair of the American Photographic Artist’s Diversity Committee.
This webinar is free and open to the public on Zoom.