Wed, Oct 26|
Trevor Godinho: The Future of Creative Work and Visual Storytelling
Time & Location
Oct 26, 2022, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EDT
About The Event
Art is not just what the artist was feeling and thinking when they created it, it is also about how the viewer/listener/reader adds their own emotions and thoughts to the experience. Trevor Godinho is a world-renowned photographer who has captured artists, entertainers, athletes, models, and soldiers.
This video podcast will explore topics related to:
- The projects that inspire creative work.
- How artists build empathy for the world around them and how that can be transmitted to others.
- The modern tools of visual storytelling.
- The intersection of technology (especially AI) and creative work.
- Goals of the Honour, Country, Sacrifice project.
About the Speaker:
With a career spanning almost two decades, Trevor Godinho is an internationally recognized artist and published photographer, his work gracing the pages of Vogue Italia, Elle Canada, FHM France & India, Men’s Health Australia, Sharp Magazine, and much more.
His skill, vision, and passion for his art have led him to travel and establish a reputation in Toronto, New York City, Miami, Los Angeles, London, Milano, and Perth – putting him and his camera in front of notable personalities and Hollywood’s leading men and women. In 2017, Trevor was named the Canadian brand ambassador to Elinchrom Limited (based out of Switzerland) and held this position til 2022.
In addition to photography, having graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree, Trevor’s creative range also includes painting, sculpture, and design. His mastery of these disciplines has led to his work being exhibited at Coldstream Fine Art and the Gardiner Museum in Toronto. Trevor has currently embarked on a huge undertaking to capture the stories and portraits of 400+ Canadian Armed Forces members both active and retired from across Canada with the focus on sacrifice and service.
Trevor continues to mentor the next generation of aspiring photographers and artists, who he hopes will continue to tell human interest stories with vision and expressiveness. Trevor is an active supporter of local charities, including U for Change, NATO Association of Canada, Big Blue Ocean Cleanup, Jays Care Foundation, and Joe Carter Classic.
Trevor currently resides in Toronto, Canada.