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Twice an official photographer at The White House for President Obama’s invitation to photograph the Ohio State Buckeyes 2015 and the Cleveland Cavaliers 2016 National Championships, Georgio Sabino III continues to consistently create magic, not only in Cleveland and Ohio, but also all over the United States. Among his many pursuits, he presently is working with the Uumbaji Art Gallery at Kent State University. He has served as an art juror for the former Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones and Congresswoman Marsha Fudge, and as a guest lecturer at Virginia Marti College of Art and Design, Ursuline College and Cuyahoga Community College. He served on the board of the Cleveland Entertainment Coalition and his work with numerous community organizations helped raise their visibility through his engagement and service as a chief visionary and prime strategist.
Searching for dramatic lines, and tracing vibrant colors depicting strong contrast enriches Georgio’s artwork. “A sense of completeness is achieved by paying attention to symmetry and balance,” Sabino shares. “I enjoy creating art that stimulates the imagination and challenges the intellect, propelling the viewer towards celestial heights where they can explore, discover and uncover their polyrhythmic identities through my work.”
An experienced artist, entrepreneur and educator in the professional arts and business community, he fosters real life connections with business pioneers to build and develop new talent and works of art. Georgio’s 20 years of business ownership has proven and provided leadership qualities, giving perspective to his expertise in the field of art. His graduate thesis on “Educational Genocide” advances the mental, physical and overall well being of customers, clients and students, balanced with cultural sensitivity and an empathetic understanding of history as it unfolds.
Sabino’s photographs and graphic designs convey polyrhythmic identities striving to be heard, but especially to be seen. By concentrating on the principles of design, a thorough understanding of the relationship between the visual arts, and the future of art, is conveyed to where you are compelled to feel the moment.
EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES AND PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY HIGHLIGHTS
Director, Uumbaji Gallery, Kent State University, 2019
Exhibitor, Uumbaji Gallery Kent State University
Republican National Convention (RNC), Cleveland, 2016
President Obama honored 2016 National Champions Cleveland Cavaliers at the White House
Kehinde Wiley lecture, Cleveland Museum of Art, 2015
President Obama honored 2015 National Champions Ohio State Buckeyes at the White House
Democratic Debate: Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, Moderators Tim Russert,
Brian Williams, Cleveland State University, 2008
Art Juror, Congresswoman Marsha Fudge, Congressional Art Competition, Washington D.C. 2014
Art Juror, Case Western Reserve University, Art Studio Competition, 2010
Guggenheim Museum, Education Department Field Study, CWRU, 2009
Congressional Black Caucus Washington DC, Sen. Hilary Clinton Sen. Obama 2008
Studio Museum of Harlem, New York, NY Education Department, Field Study, CWRU 2009
Cleveland State University, Dr. Wright: After School Program: Intergenerational Dialogue, 2006-08
Art Juror, Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs-Jones, Congressional Art Competition, D.C. 2005-06
National Arts Program, Honorable Mention & Scholarship Awardee, January 2004
Kelly Randall Gallery, Exhibitor by juried selection for City Works, 2004
Attendee, 2005 Inauguration President Bush: Supreme Court Historical Society Ball
Tower Press Building, Selected Artist & Awardee of Live/Work Loft by Juried Competition,
Cleveland, Ohio, 2003- 2010
Cleveland Institute of Art: Postgraduate Fiber Arts, Class (2001)
Student of John Isaac, Award-Winning Photographer for United Nations.
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Each city in Ohio has so much to celebrate. But let’s start with the big three C’s. Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati all have wonderful things going on. New construction and more millennial’s moving downtown.
What should be celebrating? We should celebrate like we do Christmas with all the wonderful lights around. Each city should change the lights for the four seasons.
We should be celebrating every day like it’s Friday and every nights like Saturday. If you wanna be a big city we have to act like a big city and some of our businesses need to stay open 24 hours a day seven days a week. Nightclubs included. Every casinos should have a dance club.
Describe your style?
I’m a cross between a photojournalist and commercial photographer. My enjoyment is to find each moment that’s meaningful and capture it. As a commercial photographer I like high quality cover art for magazines. This is a win for wedding photography.
How much editing do you do to your images before your clients see them?
For each client its a case by case basis for editing because of the lighting differences between each wedding. I try my best before the wedding to get the right settings thus helps in postproduction. After sorting your best shot then I lightly (or heavy) use Photoshop and/or Lightroom. If the pictures call for it.
Do you have a favorite or signature shot that you always take?
Yes I have a few but I always search for more because each person may not fit into or the shot doesn’t work for them.
At a wedding would you consider yourself a take charge personality or someone who lets the day unfold and capture things as they happen?
I would consider myself a take charge person. During the wedding the “professional photographer” is responsible for the photographs. But during certain parts of the wedding such as receiving line and late in the reception time I could allow the unfolding in Capture expressions of enjoyment.
What’s one of the most important things a photographer should do on a wedding day?
This allows the photographer to understand the client and the family wants and needs. I am not the focus the client is the focus.
Note: Experienced photographer captures special occasions such as engagement, aiming to create perfect keepsakes.
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The Cleveland Cavaliers almost completed a Cindarella story. Curry would not let that happen. The golden state warriors went on to take the trophy back to Oakland California.
LeBron James carried the team again to the finals with two all stars out, Kyrie Irving and Kevin love and The heartbeat Anderson Varejao.
The fans were incredible all night long in game six.
Guiton Leads OSU Buckeyes Past SDSU Aztec
The Ohio State Buckeyes overcame the loss of star quarterback Braxton Miller with sprained MCL, could return if needed. Kenny Guiton took over and threw for two touchdowns and rushed for another as Ohio State beat San Diego State 42-7.
Kelsey Bronson tweets @kelseylbronson Love my Buckeyes 🙂 RT“@Buckeye_Nation: #ScriptOhio the coolest tradition in college football.
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