Laura Peischl Joins The App Whisperer As A New Columnist

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We’re delighted to welcome Laura Peischl as one of our new Columnists to theappwhisperer.com. Laura Peischl (iSnob) was born in Romania, later she moved to Vienna, Austria where she studied German Studies and Psychology at the University of Vienna and has been based in Malta since 2004.

Laura has been featured in various leading mobile photography websites and magazines. Her works have been displayed in numerous solo and/or collective exhibitions around the world. Her images have been mainly displayed in the United States including the OCCCA (Orange County Centre of Contemporary Art, The Lunch BOX Gallery in Miami, The Giorgi Gallery in Berkeley, California, Studio b in Florida, Philadelphia, Colorado as well as in LA Mobile Arts Festival 2012.

Laura has also been teaching online iPhoneography courses at www.thecompellingimage.com for sometime now.

As a Columnist for theappwhisperer.com, Laura’s column will focus on street photography as emotional storytelling as well as street interviews and documentary work. This bi-monthly column will be entitled streetVIEW.

You can find out more about Laura at the various social media links below. We recently welcomed Richard Gray, Misho Baranovic, Dan Marcolina, Keith Tharp, David Hayes, Teri Lou Dantzler, Richard Koci Hernandez, Rudy Vogel and Kevin Kuster as Columnists to theappwhisperer and we will have a few more announcements to make very soon.

We are growing at a phenomenal rate and trying to include as much unique content from the mobile photography world as our readers can possibly digest, you really don’t need to go anywhere else!

Please join us by welcoming Laura to theappwhisperer family, welcome Laura.

 

Laura Peischl

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9 thoughts on “Laura Peischl Joins The App Whisperer As A New Columnist

  1. Am sure you will bring a very unique view to streetVIEW, reflecting your own personal vision of “the street” – best wishes and congrats-look forward to future columns..
    Cheers!

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