LGBTQ+ Golden Hour Photo Walk
Join Queerly ME, in collaboration with Brunswick Topsham Land Trust, for a LGBTQ+ photo walk led by Kyle Warnock, photographer of Queerly ME’s ongoing Queer photo documentary, June 19th 5:00pm-7:00pm at Androscoggin Woods, 1074 Lewiston Rd, Topsham, ME 04086. This event is free with a suggested donation of $5.00.

Learn how to work with a range of natural lighting and incorporate landscapes and textures into your photography. Queer photographers and models are both welcome, no experience necessary. This event is a free form collaboration between participants with guidance and beginner level instruction available. Kyle Warnock (He/Him), executive director and founder of Queerly ME, has candid photographed over 300 Queer folks across Maine in the past two years. Through his work, he has documented Queerness in environments where quick adaption, communication, and connection are needed to capture the authentic joy of subjects. He has learned to utilize unpredictable outdoor environment as a tool to enhance the composition of the photos he takes.
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We have limited parking spots for this event, and want as many folks as the space allows to access this workshop! We ask that if you are carpooling, you specific the names of who you are carpooling with so that we can obtain an accurate vehicle count for attendees. *
IMPORTANT: While Queerly ME and Brunswick Topsham Land Trust aim on actively creating a safe and welcoming Queer centered space, I understand that by completing this form, I take full liability for my safety and well-being. I acknowledge and accept that Queerly ME and Brunswick Topsham Land Trust are not responsible for any harm that may come to my belongings or myself including but not limited to damage or theft of physical property or physical injury during these events, and that I am solely responsible for the safety of my items and myself. *
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