How To Build a Successful Photography Career

With photographers Sora DeVore and Rebecca Drobis

Sunday, March 4, 4:00 pm

Glen Echo Arcade, room 202/203

Rebecca Drobis, photographer

Rebecca Drobis is a DC-based photographer whose work is focused around youth, family, health, community and education for clients in the commercial, government and non-profit sectors.  Rebecca has photographed campaigns for Children’s National Medical Center, The US Department of Health & Human Services, Ketchum Worldwide and The American Cancer Society.  Other clients include Disney, The Washington Post and The National 4-H Council.


Sora DeVore, Photographer

Sora DeVore is a freelance photographer and educator based in Washington, DC.  Sora has received numerous grants to teach photography to low socio-economic communities nationally and internationally.  She was selected for Review Santa Fe based on La Familia Ramirez, a twenty-year photographic study of a Oaxacan family’s slow steady evolution and heart-felt example of determination and success.   Sora is the director/creator of University of Maryland’s study abroad program in Oaxaca, Mexico.  Currently, she freelances for clients such as National Geographic, The Hay Adams Hotel, and The Washington Post, among others.


Lecture fee: $15

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