LIVE ONLINE WORKSHOP

PERSONAL PROJECTS, ADVOCACY & ASSIGNMENTS

WITH GUEST MENTOR ED KASHI

ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP

Photojournalism is very broad, covering a wide range of stories  told through photography, but what are the differences between an assignment for a daily newspaper, a project focused on advocacy or a personal long-term project?

To answer this we have invited the brilliant Ed Kashi to talk about his long career juggling all three and share with us some invaluable insights on the ever-evolving state of photojournalism.

YOUR MENTOR

ED KASHI

Guest mentor Ed Kashi is a critically acclaimed photojournalist who uses photography, filmmaking and social media to explore geopolitical and social issues.

A dedicated educator and mentor to photographers around the world, Kashi lectures frequently on visual storytelling, human rights and the world of media.

A member of VII Photo Agency since 2010, Kashi has been recognized for his complex imagery and its compelling rendering of the human condition. His early adoption of hybrid visual storytelling has produced a number of influential short films and in 2015 he was named Multimedia Photographer of the Year.

His work has appeared in National Geographic, Open Society Foundations, The New Yorker, MSNBC, GEO, Human Rights Watch, MediaStorm, NBC.com, New York Times Magazine, Oxfam, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and TIME magazine. His work has been published and exhibited worldwide, receiving numerous awards and honors, and he has published nine books of his photography. Photo by Tomas Van Houtryve

Dates

23rd April from 4:00pm – 5:30pm EST  (9pm UK)

Where

ONLINE & LIVE!

Once you have signed up you will be sent a ZOOM invitation via e-mail.

    Material Needed

    Laptop/PC/Tablet with Zoom installed (if you do not have zoom we will send you the link to install it once you have signed up to the workshop)

      Group

      15 people max

        Price

        20 euros

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        WORKSHOP SUMMARY

        • The differences between assignments, advocacy and personal projects

        • Identifying a story
        • Implications of photography past & present

        • Moral constraints vs. purpose
        • The future of photojournalism

        • Questions & Answers

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        1 review for Personal Projects, Advocacy and Assignments with Ed Kashi

        1. Rory Doyle

          Any time you get a chance to learn from one of the masters, it’s a great opportunity. Thanks for providing an outlet to hear from Ed directly. Really enjoyed soaking in his words of wisdom!

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