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Parallel Art Forms: The Intersection of Garden Design and Photo Composition

May 17 at 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

$10.50 – $15
This is a hybrid event: in-person and online

After working from home for nearly a year because of the pandemic, Jason Morse decided to leave his four walls behind, and set off on a five-month road trip to visit over thirty of America’s most compelling botanic gardens. While photographing gardens over time, he noticed a great overlap between photographic composition and  the principles of good landscape design. Jason will share examples of photography from his trip and discuss some of the ways these two art forms overlap.

Jason had a twenty-five-year successful career in landscape architecture. He has recently moved into a Strategic Advisor position at the Arboretum Foundation. His lifelong passion for plants and outdoor environments has strongly influenced his work and led him on some fun adventures. Jason was raised on a farm in Montana and earned his landscape architecture degree at Washington State University. $10.50 BBGS Members/$15 nonmembers.

Webinar recording will be available to all registrants for two weeks following the live presentation.



May 17
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
$10.50 – $15
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