Join us for an entertaining lecture featuring world-renowned photographer Joe McNally as he talks about a professional photographer’s life over the span of a 30+ year career. McNally is an award-winning, internationally acclaimed photographer who has been a 25 year contributor to the National Geographic, a staff member at Life Magazine, a contract photographer with Sports Illustrated and has an extensive list of corporate and commercial clients. Ever the generalist, he has photographed a wide range of subjects, from news and sports to celebrities, science and cultural trends. Known for his expertise with light, he has done large productions, studio work and simple street assignments. McNally is very honest and open about the rewards as well as the trials and tribulations of being a photographer. He discusses the technical skills required, but is open about the fact that they have to be complemented by a sense of confidence and curiosity about the world. McNally is funny, captivating, and takes the audience on a wonderful journey of a storied career, stronger than ever, because of a lasting passion for photography. The lecture will be followed by a Q&A Session and light refreshments.