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STLCC’s Peterson Lecture Series Features Snappin’ Sistas

October 24, 2014

Snappin' Sistas  
The Snappin' Sistas, from left, Angela Gellner,
Nancy Lister and Judy Coday.

The trio of Angela Gellner, Nancy Lister and Judy Coday, who also are known as the Snappin’ Sistas, recently talked about their travels and passion for photography as part of the Peterson Lecture Series at St. Louis Community College-Meramec.


These fun-loving friends discussed their book, “Secret Spots for Photo Ops in Missouri and Illinois.” The book is a zany non-tourist travel guide to unusual places that are within 150 miles of downtown St. Louis. They also talked about their light-hearted approach to photography and what it takes to “not just look, but REALLY see” the world from a different perspective.


The Snappin Sistas’ book also offers unusual ideas on what to do with all the photos taken and/or stored in boxes. It also gives readers photo tips from the St. Louis pros, resources, references, books, classes, and a complete topic index with even more locations, and, of course, lots of beautiful photographs.


The Peterson Lecture Series was inspired by Kristen Peterson, a well-known professional photographer and long-time student of the Center for Visual Technology and Graphic Design at STLCC-Meramec. She established the lecture series to expose STLCC students to what the digital arts profession has to offer.


For more information about the Snappin’ Sistas, visit www.snappinsistas.ipage.com.