Gritchelle Fallesgon

October 30, 8:30am - 10:00am PDT. Hosted at Virtual - see event details

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About the speaker

Gritchelle Fallesgon (pronounced Grit-ch-elle Fall-is-gone) is a photographer based in Portland, Oregon. She specializes in active and adventure lifestyle photography, centering her work around diversity and inclusion in the outdoors. She’s worked with brands such as Specialized, Swift Industries, Liv Cycling, Velocio and more! Her work has also been published in Bicycling Magazine, Oprah Magazine and Travel Oregon.

Musical guest VNPRT has became a staple contributor to the Arts/BIPOC Community in Portland. When it comes to his selection of sounds, gumbo comes to mind. The creolization of multiple genres packed into his live sets, leave people satisfied yet unsure of what they’ve just experienced. It started with himself digging for music at the library which expanded his interest in various genres of music. His influences from a life long study of music include hip hop, (original) trap, house, dance, lounge, soul, funk/boogie, r&b, jazz, chill wave and trip hop to name a few.

Additional details

We’ll be streaming to you live from 52 Limited!

Join us for this event on Zoom—the link will be provided to registered attendees only.

👌An ASL/English interpreters can be provided for this talk. To request an interpreter, or if you have questions about accessibility or anything else, please email