Date: January 19th
Time: 7:00pm (Central Time)
Speaker: Ruth Hoyt
Topic: How Her Nature Photography has evolved over the last 25yr
Note: All meetings will be conducted via the Zoom meeting tool until further notice. Invitations will be sent to members via email by January 15th.
Join us on Tuesday, January 19th via Zoom when MONEP founder and past president, Ruth Hoyt presents a brand-new program for our 25th anniversary meeting and celebration. She will share an overview of how her nature photography has evolved over the past 25 years, with particular focus on birds, her current specialty. She hopes you will enjoy her stories and learn a little bit about birds.
Ruth is a full-time professional nature photographer, writer, public speaker, workshop leader, coach and consultant. She has 30+ years of experience teaching nature photography and is a Certified Interpretive Guide (national certification) and Certified Texas Master Naturalist (certified annually through Texas Parks & Wildlife since 2009). She is best known for her Texas bird photography and professional guiding services on private south Texas ranches, but she also pursues landscape, flora, macro, night and much more in various locations across the United States. For current work, visit her Instagram account at @ruthhoytphoto or visit her studio at the McAllen Creative Incubator, 601 N. Main Street, McAllen, Texas.
Ruth used her Canon 1DX Mark III DSLR for most of her work until recently when she purchased a new Canon R5 mirrorless camera. She uses an iPhone X and DJI Phantom 4 drone for video and still work for selected subjects.
Her work includes large canvas gallery-wrapped prints as well as mounted prints using archival, museum-quality paper. Her work can be seen in permanent public locations in various states as well as local hospitals, private offices and visitors’ centers.
For current work, visit her Instagram account at @ruthhoytphoto or visit her studio at the McAllen Creative Incubator, 601 N. Main Street, McAllen, Texas.
Post Meeting Update…
The Zoom meeting was recorded and Ruth was kind enough to allow us to share the recording with the general public via the MONEP YouTube Channel. Find it at…