Modern technology meets mid-century modern design in this session presented by Darren Bradley, the face behind the well-followed @modarchitecture Instagram moniker.
Why does architecture look so different photographed now than when it was first constructed? What are some techniques to best capture iconic mid-century modern design today? In this virtual keynote presentation, Bradley will discuss the juxtaposition of mid-century modern photography then and now, sharing his perspective and approach alongside examples of his work.
Net proceeds from all Denver Modernism Week 2020 presentations will benefit the newly formed Colorado chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects, NOMA 5280.
This is a live ONLINE talk, which will be held on a webinar platform over the internet, in order to encourage social distancing. There will be an opportunity to ask questions in a Q&A session after the talk is complete.
You will receive an email with a link for joining the talk 24-36 hours before it is scheduled to begin. We encourage you to come online for the talk 10-15 minutes in advance of the scheduled start time to ensure that your device and internet connection are working properly, and so that we can verify your ticket before joining the talk.
Darren Bradley is an American architectural photographer with a passion for mid-century modern architecture and design. His work has appeared in large-format art books, academic and professional architecture journals, and lifestyle magazines around the world. He regularly accepts commissions from architects, builders, developers and homeowners. Based in San Diego, CA, Bradley is an avid and active supporter of historical preservation efforts, volunteering for organizations including the San Diego Architectural Foundation, La Jolla Historical Society, Docomomo US, and Palm Springs Modernism Week.
Denver Modernism Week 2020 is sponsored by Adrian Kinney, Denver’s Mid-Century Modern Real Estate Expert, and Docomomo US.
Docomomo US is celebrating the formation of the new Colorado chapter. Join today and support the advocacy of preserving and documenting Colorado’s modern architecture.