Dates:

01/10/2018

Times:

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Event URL:

perkinsarts.org

Features:

Free

Join the Perkins Center for the Arts for lunch as Photographer, Richard Bell comes to converse about his book, “The Last Veterans of WWII.”

A lifelong photojournalist and commercial photographer, Richard Bell started his career at Kent State University with a degree in Journalism. After witnessing a shooting at Kent, Richard switched his major from Biology to Journalism. Jobs at two large metropolitan daily papers followed: The St. Petersburg Time and The Philadelphia Inquirer. At the Inquirer, Richard moved from Staff Photojournalist to Photo Editor where he was awarded the “Newspaper Photo Editor of the Year” Award from “Pictures of the Year” (POY) competition.

Leaving the newspaper business, Richard started his own commercial photography business, “The Bing Group,” which produced print advertising for business uses. Concurrently he was Senior Lecturer at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, teaching documentary photography. Richard is currently working on fine art book projects at his studio in Medford, NJ.

Bring your lunch to Perkins Center, Moorestown on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 12:30pm – 1:30pm for a free cultural conversation. This series of conversations will feature culturally focused lectures designed to connect and introduce anyone with a desire to explore topics of interest in South Jersey.


Location:

395 Kings Highway Moorestown , NJ 08057