Augusta Photo Festival Keynote Presentation: Science and Inspiration
October 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Friday, October 19th | 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM | Snelling Conference Center | FREE
The Augusta Photo Festival is a biennial celebration of photography in the CSRA with workshops, exhibits & competition.
Science and Inspiration
Brion Au, Payload Developer, International Space Station
Take an insightful look through the lens back at Earth from outer space. Enjoy a breathtaking selection and discussion of NASA images with EarthKAM Payload Developer and Operations Lead, Brion Au. Brion will explain the processes used to capture and process images from a variety of platforms used by NASA both on the ground and in space. Gather inspiration for your own photographic explorations from this unique view of the world from beyond!
Brion Au works for Teledyne Brown Engineering as the EarthKAM Operations Lead with the Training & Crew Operations Branch, Mission Operations Laboratory, Marshall Space Flight Center. Overseeing the development of training and real-time flight products, he coordinates actions of the EarthKAM Mission Operations Center with the Payload Operations Integration Center during EarthKAM missions onboard the International Space Station.
This event is FREE but registration is requested!
In order to register for the event you will need to make an account on the APF website, and then you will be able to register for events.
Visit the Keynote Presentation page on the Augusta Photo Festival website HERE!