Casey Kelbaugh is a NYC-based photographer and the founder of Slideluck. He works primarily as an editorial and commercial photographer for a variety of clients including The New York Times, T Magazine, New York Magazine, The Washington Post, Mashable, Creative Time, MoMA PS1, The Art Production Fund, The Standard Hotels, and NYU. He is also the photo editor of GOOD Magazine, occasionally has writing published and artwork exhibited. More of Casey Kelbaugh’s photography, press, bio and clients can be found here.
AT: Welcome to Artist Think Casey. For Artist Think readers who don’t know: what is Slideluck?
Slideluck is a non-profit dedicated to building and strengthening community through food and art. Since 2000 we have produced multimedia slideshows combined with potluck dinners in over 100 cities worldwide – from Stockholm to São Paulo to Singapore. In the course of hosting these events – ranging in size from 25 to 1200 people – we’ve exhibited the work of over 10,000 emerging artists.
In addition to this, we also have a Youth Initiative and teach photography and multimedia storytelling in Harlem, Brooklyn, the Bronx, East Los Angeles and most recently, Kathmandu. In Europe we also just published a photo cookbook, Hungry Still, and launched a second website, Slideluck Editorial, which focuses on the best multimedia work being made today.
We have been involved in countless collaborations and initiatives with other organizations, galleries, museums, art fairs, conferences and collectives around the globe.
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