We are kicking off a new Connect series featuring people in professions other than photography who incorporate #mobilephotography into their creative process. For the first feature of this new series, +Misho Baranovic talks to New York playwright and screenwriter Sean Pomposello on how mobile photography helps him find characters and stories for the stage.
"His other students were congratulated by friends and family. The parents of Carlos Rodríguez Lamas, who placed in the 99.99th percentile in math, treated him to three steak tacos. It was his first time in a restaurant. Keila Francisco Rodríguez got 10 pesos from her parents. She bought a bag of Cheetos. The kids were excited. They talked about being doctors, teachers, and politicians."
I take pictures, write about photography, and I'm hungry for more.
I spent the all of my 20s working as a project manager focusing on IT strategy, web development, knowledge management and CRM. It was a fun ride, but my creative drive always pulled at me, and as such, the last few years I have been pursuing opportunities to combine my professional experience with my photography background.
I am currently the Product Manager for dpreview.com, which is an amazing photography website.
I have also spent the last year working with a Seattle based production company, We Are Shouting, on a documentary film about environmental issues, as well as a myriad of short films and photo projects.
Other random facts:
I serve on the board of SeaMo Microfinance, a Seattle non-profit that focuses on connecting the microfinance community through special events, online services and opportunities for collaboration.
I have been a DJ for over 14 years, do yoga daily, hike often, and have worked as a cook in an Italian restaurant for three years in my younger days; my marinara is tasty!
University of Pittsburgh
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