Date(s) - Friday, August 28, 2020
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Northampton Neighbors Speaker Series Presents
Photos from Here and There
Zoom in with Paul Shoul,
an editorial, travel and documentary photographer
Friday, August 28, 2020
Donate to NN and enter to win Paul Shoul’s photograph: Charlie’s Tractor
17″ x 22″ printed on Archival Paper by Jim Gipe at Pivot Media Value $500
“Charles is one of our heroes for his hard work and dedication,
his work feeding us all and his vision for the future.” Wayne Feiden
Click this link to contribute online or send your check to
Northampton Neighbors POB 231 Northampton MA 01061.
There is no limit on the donation amount.
All donations-for any amount- postmarked or received online by August 31st
will be entered into our random drawing.
The winner will be announced at our next NN Speakers Series on September 11, 2020
Dr. Katharine Baker: Readings and discussion of ‘My Journey: How One Woman Survived Stalin’s Gulag” by Olga Sliozberg.
|Photographer Paul Shoul will take us on a virtual journey around the world with images captured as a staff photographer for Gonomad.com, a popular web site featuring “off the beat” travel articles. He will share his photographic process with tips for getting that perfect shot. Closer to home, he will show images from Local Lockdown, the cover story for the fall issue of The Massachusetts Review, and discuss how he adapted his process to our changing world.
Paul Shoul’s work has appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, The Boston Globe, and Popular Science, and many others. He shot for United Press International and was a staff photographer for the Valley Advocate and Preview Magazine and has been featured in the United Airways and Air Greenland inflight magazines. He is a long-time presenter on travel photography at the New York Times Travel Show. Paul Shoul is a resident of Northampton.
Shoul’s photography for the recent exhibits Single Room Occupancy: Portraits & Stories from Northampton Lodging, 1976-2016 and Making it on Main Street are part of the permanent collection at the Historic Northampton Museum and Education Center. His documentary work includes At the Altar of the Bottom Line: The Degradation of Work in the 21st Century and The Future of Work in Massachusetts in collaboration with Professor Tom Juravich.
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