Larry Gonzalez specializes in photography and filmmaking thematic workshops. A passionate teacher, Larry’s hands on personable style inspires his students to explore and embrace the aesthetic and narrative possibilities of the medium. Through thoughtful guidance, review and discussion of work, he can bring cohesion and strength to the personal vision of new and advanced shooters alike.
Larry Gonzalez is a Puerto Rican based photographer and filmmaker. During a career spanning 20 years, his photography work has evolved from a straight documentary approach into a more contemplative style. His large format portraits and landscapes explore concepts of personal memory, time and space. He has also utilized the film medium to create documentaries and humanitarian work in the Caribbean and Central America. His first book, El Espacio que Habito (The Space I Inhabit), a retrospective of his work, is due for publication later this year. He is currently working on a new project entitled Nocturnal Portraits, a photographic exploration of people and their nighttime environments. Gonzalez holds a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and an MFA form the Yale School of Art. He is a professor of photography at the University of the Sacred Heart in San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Caribbean Nocturnal Landscape / July 5, 2019 – July 19, 2019 Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico
CUSTOM WORKSHOP EXPERIENCES
Are you interested in photographing the Puerto Rican/Caribbean landscape? Are you inspired in exploring your Puerto Rican heritage through photography or documentary filmmaking? Is it your first time visiting Puerto Rico and want to complement your stay with a unique creative experience? Would you like to participate on a project shoot as an assistant? Larry creates custom designed, private, destination workshops in Puerto Rico and The Caribbean. Custom workshops are tailored-made to your needs and interests. Contact Larry for more information and a quote.