Schedule

June 8 - Day 1
Time Event
8:00am Breakfast, Featuring a Welcome from the BlogHer Founders and a "Pioneer Presentation" from Diane Cu and Todd Porter
9:45am Values: Food Literacy: Separate Food Fact from Food Fiction and Enhance Your Credibility [Beginning]
Visuals: Food Photography Trends: Beyond Pretty [Int/Adv]
Vocation: Traffic Building: Using the Latest Social Tools [Int/Adv]
Voice: Pushing Boundaries in Food Blogging [Advanced]
11:00am Morning Break
12:00pm Lunch
1:30pm Visuals: How Cookbook Photography Differs from Blog Photography [Advanced]
Vocation: Get to Know Your Blog's Guts and Take Control of Your Blogging Destiny [Beginning]
Voice: Basic Copyright: Understanding Your Rights and the Rights of Others [Beginning]
Values: Hunger in America: Understanding the Problem, Galvanizing Community Action [Beginning/Int]
3:00pm Values: Taking Your Blog Activism to the Next Level [Advanced]
Visuals: How to Shoot Video on a Budget and Produce a Gorgeous Product [Beginning/Int]
Vocation: Build a Career in Food: Beyond Blog Monetization [Advanced]
Voice: Fun Food Blogging: Humor's Place in Food Writing [Beginning]
4:30pm Keynote: The Intersection of Great Food, Good Health, and Social Justice
6:00pm Welcome Reception/Meet the Sponsors
June 9 - Day 2
Time Event
9:00am Breakfast, Featuring Keynote: The Intersection of Brands, Bloggers, Ethics, and Opportunity
10:45am Vittles: Food Techniques from the Pros [Advanced]
Visuals: Taking Your Food Photography Outdoors and On Location [All Levels]
Vocation: Behind the Jacket: The Collaborative Process behind Publishing a Cookbook [All Levels]
Voice: Food Bloggers as Storytellers: Telling Your Own Stories, and the Stories of Those at the Table [Advanced]
12:00pm Lunchtime Excursion to Pike Place Market, brought to you by Shutterfly -and- Taking Your Food Photography Outdoors and On Location, Part 2
2:30pm Visuals: Simple Post-Processing for Food Photography: Free, Cheap, and Easy Tools [Beginning]
Vocation: Bootstrapping a Book Tour: Modern-Day Marketing in Today's Publishing Environment [Advanced]
Voice: Making the Most of Kitchen Mishaps; Embracing Imperfection [All Levels]
Vittles: Vintage Food and Drink: Making a Modern Meatloaf, Manhattan, Martini or Macaroni & Cheese [All Levels]
3:45pm Afternoon Break, brought to you by Supervalu
4:45pm Closing Keynote: Innovator Interview with Kim Sunée
6:30pm Closing Reception with Co-hostesses Ree Drummond, Jaden Hair, and Elise Bauer, sponsored by Masterbuilt, Allrecipes.com, and the National Pork Board

Speakers

Diane Cu is a professional photographer, stylist and filmaker based in Los Angeles. Fueled by her love of local culture and a home cooked meal, she loves sharing stories of amazing people from her travels. Diane's advertising and editorial work can be found in Oprah Winfrey Network, Whole Foods, Williams Sonoma, Cooking Channel, Sunset Magazine and published cookbooks. She co-writes the food & photography blog WhiteOnRiceCouple.com. and is co-founder of EvoMultimedia.com 

 

Julie Ross Godar is the executive editor of BlogHer. She's been at the best job in the world since 2008. Some highlights (so far) include co-editing the community food anthology Roots: Where Food Comes From and Where It's Going; covering the political conventions in 2012; and discovering new talent every day.

Julie has over 20 years' experience in the editorial biz. Before BlogHer, Julie worked as a managing editor and freelance writer, mostly of food and travel stories.

Julie is also an obsessive reader, culinary camper, word nerd, and Jeopardy! champion. She lives in San Francisco.

Hank Shaw runs the James Beard Award-winning website Hunter Angler Gardener Cook, which explores wild food whether it's foraged, fished or hunted. He is also the author of two cookbooks and his work has appeared in magazines ranging from Field & Stream to Food & Wine. He lives near Sacramento, CA.

Rajashree Karwa (Raj) is an engineer, entrepreneur, technologist and food blogger. She has merged her passions to create Velvet Aroma, a website that takes your online cooking experience beyond the recipe search into the vibrant world of food bloggers.

Rajashree's career includes over a decade of technical leadership in the financial and media-entertainment industries. She loves applying her skills to solve large scale technology challenges as well as teaching young children the intricacies of math and computers. She writes about her gluten-free, attempts-to-be-healthy lifestyle on her food blog Flip Cookbook

 

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