What would your antiportrait look like?

These are the faces, or anti-faces, of CreativeMornings/Geneva attendees at May’s event, where the speaker spoke on antimatter. The portraits were taken by photographer Josh Fassbind, who always has a clever idea up his sleeve when it comes to documenting the folks who attend their events.

See some more antiportraits here.
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What would your antiportrait look like?

These are the faces, or anti-faces, of CreativeMornings/Geneva attendees at May’s event, where the speaker spoke on antimatter. The portraits were taken by photographer Josh Fassbind, who always has a clever idea up his sleeve when it comes to documenting the folks who attend their events.

See some more antiportraits here.
Zoom Info
What would your antiportrait look like?

These are the faces, or anti-faces, of CreativeMornings/Geneva attendees at May’s event, where the speaker spoke on antimatter. The portraits were taken by photographer Josh Fassbind, who always has a clever idea up his sleeve when it comes to documenting the folks who attend their events.

See some more antiportraits here.
Zoom Info
What would your antiportrait look like?

These are the faces, or anti-faces, of CreativeMornings/Geneva attendees at May’s event, where the speaker spoke on antimatter. The portraits were taken by photographer Josh Fassbind, who always has a clever idea up his sleeve when it comes to documenting the folks who attend their events.

See some more antiportraits here.
Zoom Info
What would your antiportrait look like?

These are the faces, or anti-faces, of CreativeMornings/Geneva attendees at May’s event, where the speaker spoke on antimatter. The portraits were taken by photographer Josh Fassbind, who always has a clever idea up his sleeve when it comes to documenting the folks who attend their events.

See some more antiportraits here.
Zoom Info

What would your antiportrait look like?

These are the faces, or anti-faces, of CreativeMornings/Geneva attendees at May’s event, where the speaker spoke on antimatter. The portraits were taken by photographer Josh Fassbind, who always has a clever idea up his sleeve when it comes to documenting the folks who attend their events.

See some more antiportraits here.