Suspect Photography Launches LEMPACON: The Light Eros Muse Photography Arts Conference


I”m  proud to announce the Light Eros Muse Photography Arts Conference aka- LEMPACON; a three day event in NYC on October 4th, 5th, and 6th catering to erotic, fetish and fine art nude photography genre. Read all the details below and come out to support this conference on her maiden voyage, it’s going to have the stopping power of .357 magnum and blow you away…

Anastasia and Gun

Photo by David George Brommer

The LEMPA Conference mission is to elevate erotic and fine art nude photography by presenting the subject matter in a responsible and ethical manner.

Too often this subject matter has been associated with taboo and has been shunned by mainstream society and media as a result. LEMPA seeks to rectify this by giving leading photographers and models working in the genre, a platform to showcase their process and work while establishing a benchmark definition of the best practices while addressing the photographer-model issues of the #metoo age.

The founder of LEMPA, Photographer David Brommer combines his expertise in producing conferences with his history of running the maverick Seattle gallery, Suspect Photography in the 1990’s. He states, “There isn’t any conference like LEMPA, this genre needs to be brought forward and I curated the speakers to reflect the many facets of this genre”.

The LEMPA Speakers and Workshop Instructors

Los Angeles based Steve Diet Goedde who is recognized as the leading fetish-fashion photographer for the past 30 years produces work that is widely published in numerous books, magazines and sets a standard for photographers working in this genre hope to achieve.


Steve Diet Goedde

Conie Imboden’s fine art nude abstracts are in the collections of every major museum in America. Connie’s images are seen through the camera working with reflections and distortions in either water or mirrors. 


Connie Imboden

Vince Hemingson has perfected the nude in the landscape. By applying a technical craftsmanship and fostering a relationship between model, photographer and landscape his work blends beauty and form in a visually gratifying way. 

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Vince Hemingson’s Tree of Life

Marne Lucas aka Cuntemporary Artist has worked both sides of the camera. From fashion and fetish model to video director she crossed many creative boundaries. Marne will be moderating the models and muse panel where the model’s voice will be front and center.


Marne Lucas


The LEMPA Conference is a three day event in the heart of NYC. LEMPA commences Friday night, October 4th with a party and exhibition of the speakers work in a SoHo gallery. On Saturday, October 5th the conference continues at the Fashion Institute of Technology’s Katie Murphy Auditorium for a day long program of lectures, slide shows and panel discussions as well as a mini-trade show, book signings, and photo opportunities.  For a special few LEMPA is offering a full day of hands-on workshops on Sunday October 6th with curated models in locations across NYC under the guidance of LEMPA speakers and special instructors. Sunday’s workshop is limited to under 24 attendees.

The Sunday Intensive Workshop lighting is provided by Westcott. Westcott offers the worlds best continuous lights which are super easy to use and a line of strobes that work in manual or TTL. David Piazza from Westcott’s will be on hand to support the instructors and students to get the most out of the wide range of light and light modifiers.


Digital Silver Imaging, internationally recognized for their museum quality printing is the exclusive print partner of the LEMPA Conference. Eric Luden, DSI’s founder states, “We don’t just fill orders, we collaborate with our customers to bring their vision to life. We understand and respect the special needs of erotica photographers and collectors. We are proud to offer our services to this niche market.” Friday’s nights reception will feature a DSI printed exhibition of speakers work.



Tickets are on sale now for LEMPA.