FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Bruce Barone Photography Launches at High Point Market
Art and Commercial Photographer Sets Up to Sell and Shoot at Tradeshow
West Springfield, MA – Doing what may be a High Point Market first, art and commercial photographer Bruce Barone will sell his art photography in spaces G/ADC-30 B, C of Market Square’s Antique Design Center– and additionally offer commercial photography services during show dates, April 21-26.
Barone’s art images, many featuring nature subjects, outdoor landscapes, documentary, and portraiture, will be on display and available for ordering in custom sizes and framing options. Unframed work is priced to start at $80 per unit for 8 X 8-inch prints. Archival inks and fine art giclée printing are also available on either matte or glossy canvases.
Barone’s High Point showroom will feature a fine art photography gallery and lounge, with a compact photography studio set up for scheduled headshotsand photographic portraits on site. Exhibitors may also contact Barone regarding documentation photography for their showrooms.
Having worked for some of the most popular national consumer magazine titles – Good Housekeeping, House Beautiful, and Town & Country, to name a few – the former corporate photographer and writer at Hearst publications now divides his time in Western Massachusetts between studio work and on-location work throughout the Eastern seaboard.
“I attended High Point this past October, working as a commercial photographer for Pandora de Balthazar European Luxury Bedding,” says Barone, a first-time exhibitor. “I was inspired by meeting so many of the great people in the interior design world, the best the design world has to offer in terms of creativity and quality. I knew this was the perfect place for me to exhibit my fine art photography and to offer my portrait services.”
Barone actively uses social networking to promote his business, sharing his work and building relationships with the interior designer trade and consumers on Twitter and Facebook. He is an avid cook and documents his culinary adventures in a blog entitled Bruce’s Kitchen.
~Prepared by Work The Brand