One Graduate’s Experience with Visual Studies Assignments
March 16, 2014  Author:  

The first session in our Our Career Training program is the cornerstone of RMSP – Summer Intensive. This is the course that attracts students from every corner of the globe and from every walk of life and who all see the world in a unique way. The curriculum in Summer Intensive is broken into several […]

Interview with Claudia Lebenthal – part 2
March 14, 2014  Author:  

Last Friday, we introduced you to Claudia Lebenthal here on our blog. In that post (here is a link), Claudia spoke with me about her experience working in what we will refer to as “the industry” since her experiences are so vast. With titles that range from graphic design assistant to lead designer to associate […]

Copyright: To Register or Not To Register?
February 25, 2014  Author:   (3)

Photographers create intellectual property on a daily basis. For some it is done purely for enjoyment and for others it is the means by which we feed our families. Wherever you fall on the creative spectrum, you are the owner of the images you create and you have the exclusive right to decide how those […]

Guest Post – My Journey From RMSP Student to Professional Wedding Photographer
February 14, 2014  Author:   (1)

After investing years of time, money, patience and dedication, you begin to see the reward of hard work – and reward is an understatement. I’ve dreamed of becoming a wedding photographer. It’s what I love. Funny thing is, I didn’t know it was wedding photography until I attended Summer Intensive. RMSP has this strong creative […]

2013 Career Training Assistant Sarah Ehlen
May 8, 2013  Author:  

Next up in our ongoing series of introductions of our incoming crew of assistants for the 2013 season of Career Training is Sarah Ehlen. Sarah is a 2012 graduate of the program who came to RMSP from Washington state.   Looking back, it seems hard to believe that it’s already been one year since I […]

2013 Career Training Assistant Michelle Gustafson
May 2, 2013  Author:   (1)

In the run up to the beginning of our Career Training program every year, the activity level usually gets cranked to 11 around the halls of RMSP. We get busy making sure our facilities are prepared, curriculum is dialed in, and everything is in order. Part of this process is welcoming our incoming assisting staff […]

Ariya Martin’s One Bird project
April 22, 2013  Author:  

Nothing delights us more than when our alumni get back in touch to let us know what they are up to. It’s a pretty cool feeling knowing so many people are “out there” in the world pursuing projects and using their skills to get the most out of their own lives as well as working […]

SI ’08 Graduate Hannah Hardaway
August 13, 2012  Author:   (1)

There is something so rewarding about seeing our graduates “out there” in the world making a splash, and accomplishing their goals. Truly, every time a graduate achieves one of his or her goals, we achieve one of ours. We are delighted to see 2008 Career Training graduate, Hannah Hardaway‘s name appear in The Huffington Post […]

National Geographic Worthy Adventurer, Jared Alden.
May 17, 2012  Author:   (1)

By their very nature, many of our students are the adventurous type. This is certainly true of Pennsylvania native and 2009 Career Training alum, Jared Alden. In fact, it’s challenging to know where in the world – literally – he will end up next. How about in Koh Yao Noi, Phuket, Thailand? How about traversing […]

Congratulations Are In Order!
April 3, 2012  Author:  

You have all heard the expression, “give credit where credit is due” … right? Well today on the blog, we are happy to give some credit to our good friend and RMSP graduate, Doug Ness.  Doug came to RMSP in 2009 after deciding to shift gears from a career as a bonds salesman to dive […]

Alumni Friday: Serena Lissy
December 30, 2011  Author:  

Serena Lissy joined us for our Career Training program in 2009 and wow, what a journey she has been on ever since! After graduating, she took some time to explore and find what it was about photography that ignites her passion so intensely before moving forward in her career. After experimenting and trying a few […]

Alumni Friday – Michael and Jesse Crowe
December 23, 2011  Author:   (6)

In 2007 Missoula, Montana native and resident, Michael Crowe, decided to take the proverbial leap of faith in photography and join us for our Summer Intensive Career Training course. No easy task considering that she was several months pregnant at the time. Having been an excellent student, photographer and model, she quickly added first-time parent […]

Alumni Friday: Melanie Little
December 9, 2011  Author:   (2)

Every single person out there is on a different, unique, and totally personal photographic road. 2009 Career Training graduate Melanie Little, whose road includes Tennessee, tattoos and The Big Apple, is no exception. Hailing from Franklin, TN, Melanie earned a BFA in photography and a minor in art history from LSU. After graduating she attended an […]

Alumni Friday – Brenda Lindstrom
October 28, 2011  Author:   (3)

Continuing with our theme of highlighting some of the graduates that returned to RMSP to assist in our 2011 Career Training program, today we shine the spotlight on Brenda Lindstrom.  Brenda began her relationship with RMSP at a Photo Weekend in Portland, Oregon in 2008. That’s all it took to get her hooked! The next […]

Alumni Friday – Amber Alder
October 14, 2011  Author:  

Having begun pursuing her passion in photography at an early age, in 2006 Amber Alder attended the Career Training program and has since hit the ground running in her home town of Pocatello, Idaho. From her bio: “Her local background includes stints at Stuart’s Photo/ Graphic, providing greater experience in a studio setting, staging portraits […]