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Michael Childers and Taylor Sherrill Offer Master Class for DATA Students

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On Friday March 6, DIGICOM is proud to be organizing and sponsoring, SIDESHOW, a film and photography Master Class for Cathedral City High School Digital Arts and Technology Academy (DATA) students being offered by Michael Childers and Taylor Sherrill in their studio on Perez Road.  Approximately 30 high school students, staff from Cathedral City High School, and members of the DIGICOM faculty will participate. 
 The DATA students will be given instruction on the techniques of filming and photographing runway models, dancers and choreography, still life set ups - including action elements, and other "studio oriented” magazine layout and advertising set-ups in four different studios.  The students will be involved in a project structured to imitate a real life experience with respect to the production of the work. Their work will be reviewed as if it would be turned into the actual advertising agency. Michael Childers and Taylor Sherill will instruct and critique the students in the creative process as well as their finished work.
 
This is an opportunty for our students to learn from the best in the field. Michael Childers, one of the authors of Icons and Legends: The Photographs of Michael Childers, is a renowned and highly respected film, dance, theater, and fine arts photographer woking in the industry for 40 years. Michael was awarded a Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Fame in 2008 for his work in photography, movies, and humanitarian causes.  Taylor Sherill has been a commercial photographer and business owner for 35 years. Among his client list are Macy's, Bloomingdales, Target, Next Directory, Victoria Secret's and Adidas. Taylor is actively involved in supporting the Palm Springs International Film Festival and mentoring aspiring photography students.
 
This program is being offered as part of DIGICOM's Learning Institute for High Schools.
 
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