Monday, 9 June 2008
Foundry Photojournalism Workshop
As readers of this blog know, the Foundry Photojournalism Workshop is six intensive days of classes, fieldwork, panel discussions, slideshows, portfolio reviews, multimedia creation, parties, networking and more, aimed especially at emerging and student photojournalists.
The workshop runs from June 16-21, 2008 at the AAVI (Academia de Artes Visuales) inMexico City, and is the brainchild of Eric Beecroft.
As one of the workshop's faculty members, I will be posting from the venue on The Travel Photographer blog as frequently as I can. A more comprehensive Foundry Photoworkshop blog is also in the plans. The diversity of the photo-projects and number of assignments being planned are just phenomenal, and the creativity of the student photojournalists is exciting.
The number of emerging and student photojournalists at the venue is about 140, with 20 faculty members. The faculty members are:
Eric Beecroft, Director
Renée C. Byer
Scott Mc Kiernan
Michael Robinson Chavez
Kadir Van Lohuizen
With special guest:
David Griffin, Director of Photography, National Geographic Society