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Visual Storytelling & Documentary Photography Projects – Anderson Ranch Arts Center

August 26 - August 30

| $5195

Jim Estrin and I will once again be leading this 3-year mentorship group in Snowmass, Colorado this summer, August 26-30, 2019.

Check out more here.

Future Dates:
August 24 – 28, 2020
August 23 – 27, 2021

The digital age has given documentary photographers and photojournalists new ways to tell stories with greater authorship and control. This workshop focuses on how to create a personal documentary project and get it seen. The ultimate goal is to find a subject that speaks to a personal passion, document it in a unique visual style, then disseminate the work. New technologies to be more effective storytellers are used, including social media, transmedia, virtual reality and digital video.

Media & Techniques:

Students learn through presentations, discussions, critiques and editing of work.

Activities:

Each morning begins with a presentation about documentary photography and contemporary practices. Students participate in editing and review sessions, group reviews of each student’s portfolio/essays, one-on-one sessions with faculty to discuss personal projects and dialog about building careers or the promotion and publishing of work.

Faculty:

Ed Kashi is a photojournalist, filmmaker and educator whose sensitive eye and intimate relationship to his subjects are signatures of his work. He is a member of the VII Photo Agency. Through his photography, filmmaking and work as a mentor, teacher and lecturer, Ed is a leading voice in the photojournalism and visual storytelling community.
www.edkashi.com

James Estrin is a staff photographer for The New York Times. He is a founder of LensThe New York Times’s photography blog, and has been its co-editor since it launched in 2009. He has worked for The New York Timessince 1992 and was part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team in 2001. James is a co-producer of the HBO film “Under Fire: The Untold Story of Pfc. Tony Vaccaro”.
www.lens.blogs.nytimes.com

Venue

Anderson Ranch Arts Center
5263 Owl Creek Road
Snowmass Village, CO 81615 United States
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Website:
andersonranch.org