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June 2017

Talking Eyes Media: Multimedia Social Activism

June 12 - June 26

LinkedIn Learning created a short documentary about how Talking Eyes Media came to be: Multimedia Social Activism   “Ed Kashi—a leading voice in the photojournalism and visual storytelling community—always wanted to disappear as a photographer. Julie Winokur—an accomplished writer and filmmaker—has a penchant for words. Through Talking Eyes Media—a non-profit production company founded by Winokur and Kashi—they dedicate their talents to telling stories that matter. In a media landscape cluttered with negative stories that don’t always offer solutions, Julie and Ed…

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Making A Short Documentary via CreativeLive

June 12 @ 9:00 am - June 13 @ 4:00 pm

Julie Winokur and I are hosting Making A Short Documentary via CreativeLive in Seattle on June 12th-13th from 9:00am-4:00pm PDT. The class will be broadcast LIVE and will be available for $79 for on-demand access.   The class will focus on production and creation of powerful stories, breaking down technical and creative choices that are necessary in creating a short documentary film. From the class info on CreativeLive:   How to “mine” for your story – what is worth pursuing?…

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ICP Panel: The Photo Agency and the Business of Photography

June 14 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

I will be joining Katie Orlinsky, Larry Towell, and Shannon Simon for a panel at the International Center of Photography on Wednesday, June 14th entitled The Photo Agency and the Business of Photography.   “This program draws together a diversity of voices from today’s top photo agencies and collectives, expanding a discussion that is intrinsic to ICP’s current exhibition, Magnum Manifesto. Ed Kashi of VII Photo Agency, Katie Orlinsky of Prime Collective, Larry Towell of Magnum Photos, and Shannon Simon, content director and…

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Visual Storytelling with Ron Haviv & Gary Knight in Sarajevo

June 16 - June 22

Enroll now in this incredible opportunity to participate in a weeklong workshop in Sarajevo from June 16-22 with fellow VII members and co-founders Ron Haviv and Gary Knight.   “This masterclass will appeal to anyone interested in pushing the limits of their photography. Whether you are a professional fine-tuning your vision, a committed amateur, or student wanting to learn new techniques to reach your potential or you simply want to have a fantastic photographic adventure this workshop will be an…

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Do The Right Thing: interview with PDN

June 27 - July 13

I was interviewed by PDN about some of the choices I’ve had to make while covering stories, access and connecting to subjects, and responsibilities to my audience. Along with David Guttenfelder, Nina Berman, Victor J. Blue, and fellow VII photographer Sim Chi Yin, our interview excerpts can be found in PDN‘s July issue. The full interviews can be found here.   From the interview: PDN: When you’re first making a connection with a potential subject, or seeking access to their…

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Resistors: 50 Years of Social Movement Photography at Berkeley Art Center

June 29 - August 20

  I’m excited to announce that some of my work from San Francisco will be a part of the exhibition at Berkeley Art Center entitled Resistors: 50 Years of Social Movement Photography.   Curated by Ken and Melanie Light, the show features work from photographers over generations documenting the proud tradition of citizen activism in the Bay Area since the 1960’s. Included in the exhibition will be a community photo board for attendees to share their own experiences at social…

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July 2017

52nd Anniversary of Medicare & Aging in America

July 11 - August 31

52nd Anniversary of Medicare | July 30, 2017 On July 30, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law legislation that established the Medicare and Medicaid programs.  For 50 years, these programs have been protecting the health and well being of millions of American families, saving lives, and improving the economic security of the United States.  Though Medicare and Medicaid started as basic insurance programs for Americans who didn’t have health insurance, they’ve changed over the years to provide more…

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Visual Storytelling & Documentary Photography Projects – Anderson Ranch Arts Center, CO

July 16 - July 21

Join Ed Kashi and James Estrin for a 3 year Mentored study program at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass, Colorado PORTFOLIO REVIEW REQUIRED Application deadline: March 3, 2017; notified by March 17, 2017 Dates: July 17 – 21, 2017;   July 16 – 20, 2018;  July 15 – 19, 2019 Tuition: $1,500 Studio Fee: $50 Registration Fee: $45 The Center for Advanced Mentored Studies at Anderson Ranch is a vital link in the education of emerging artists. Advanced students gain access to…

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The Art of the Short Documentary Workshop at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, CO

July 24 - July 28

Join Julie Winokur and I at Anderson Ranch Arts Center from July 24-28 for a workshop entitled “The Art of the Short Documentary” — Concept: Get a behind-the-scenes look at how to produce compelling, concise documentaries in this workshop that examines the art of the short documentary film. Most filmmakers today are learning how to tell powerful stories in as little as three to ten minutes, which is an ideal amount of time for online or for film festival submissions. Learn…

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September 2017

Visa pour L’image Festival in Perpignan, France

September 2 - September 17

I am thrilled the announce that I will be exhibiting my work on Chronic Kidney Disease at the Visa pour l’image photojournalism festival in Perpignan, France this September!   The annual Visa pour l’Image international photojournalism festival was established in 1989 in the entire city of Perpignan. The festival hosts exhibitions spread across the city as well as international meetings and conferences.   Explore the site & join us in Perpignan this September!  

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