Join us for our first General Meeting of 2019, on Wednesday January 2nd!
Water Calahan will be speaking on the topic of:
Innovation —The Myth of Thinking Outside the Box
Calahan Innovation Key Points and Bio 2015.pdf
Walter Calahan’s photographic career has taken him under the Atlantic Ocean aboard a US Navy Trident Submarine, down lava tube caves in Idaho, into surgical clinics for Afghan refugees in Pashawar, Pakistan, canoeing the Okefenokee Swamp of Georgia and the great northern woods of Canada, being launched off the deck of a US Navy Aircraft Carrier, as well as the tumult of the Romanian Revolution. Hundreds of magazines have used his work, including the National Geographic Society, Time, Fortune, Smithsonian, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, and Boys’ Life. General Electric, Yamaha, The Washington Performing Art Society, Hillel Foundation, and Harvard Business School have asked him to illustrate their publications and advertisements.
As an adjunct professor, he teaches photography at Stevenson University and McDaniel College’s art departments, insuring a love for photography by the next generation of image makers.
Calahan graduated with honors from Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications with a Bachelor of Science in Photojournalism, and earned a Master of Liberal Arts degree from McDaniel College specializing in the creative process of innovation.
He lives outside of Westminster, Maryland with his sculptor wife, Donna McCullough, and lots of critters, some with hooves, others with whiskers or wagging tails, and a flock of egg makers.