Celebrity and Advertising Photographer to Speak at RIT Jan. 14
Kareem Black kicks off Charles Arnold Lecture Series
Jan. 8, 2010
by Kelly Downs
Follow RITNEWS on Twitter
Kareem Black may not be a household name, but his advertising photography work is recognizable. Black has shot campaigns for Vitamin Water, Burger King, Verizon and Kool-Aid, to name just a few. His celebrity subjects include Bradley Cooper, Kanye West, Justin Long and Spike Lee.
The celebrity and advertising photographer and director will give a presentation at Rochester Institute of Technology at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14, in the Chester F. Carlson Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.
Black is a New York-based photographer and director. He attended the School of Visual Arts.
Black’s presentation is part of the Charles Arnold Lecture Series. Arnold is a former RIT photography professor who has won national and international awards as a photographer, printmaker and xerographic artist. For more information about the lecture, call (585) 475-2770.