Cheryl Machat Dorskind is an internationally noted mentor, educator, author, professional photographer, handpainter, and photo artist.
Cheryl Machat Dorskind mentors artists and photographers worldwide through her Fine Art Mentoring Expertise (FAME) programs and addresses the search for voice and cohesion, offering deep and meaningful critiques as well as technical (camera, portfolio, photoshop, exhibition strategy) and marketing direction.
As a college professor, Cheryl teaches Adobe Photoshop, digital photography, portfolio development, and freshman seminar (LIU, SUNY, Maine Media Workshops) and online photography classes at the Bryan Peterson’s School of Photography (All About Color, More About Color, Photographing Children Naturally, Painting Photos, and The Art of Self-Portraiture).
In addition to her eBook, Photographing Children Naturally, Cheryl is the author of two best-selling books, The Art of Handpainting Photographs — considered the definitive guide to traditional darkroom photo painting — and The Art of Photographing Children — the ultimate guide to creating cherished photographs of children. Cheryl has also written seventy-five articles for her newspaper column “Picture This” for The Southampton Press and is a contributor to the e-Zine Clarity.
High-end portrait sessions by Cheryl Machat Dorskind embody the gorgeous natural Hamptons’ light. Whether the setting is at the beach, a park, or a home, the lifestyle posed-but-not-posed images are fluid and rhythmic
Noted internationally for her ethereal misty coastal handpainted photographs and her playful self-portrait Photopaintings, her New York Times critically acclaimed fine-art photographs exhibit regularly, are commissioned for book jacket cover art (including Ann Beattie’s Chilly Scenes of Winter, Distortions, and Secrets & Surprises) and are included in many public and private collections.
Cheryl is a contributor to Getty images and her corporate clients include Epic Records, Random House, Coca Cola, Hamptons magazine, Niche Media, Newsday, The Southampton Press, and The New York Times.
Cheryl can also be seen and heard on the popular podcast This Week in Photography –TWIP
Interview with Frederick Van Johnson
For further information: www.cherylmachatdorskind.com
contact cheryl: firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-395-1666