Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Amphitheater, 209 East 23rd Street, 3rd floor, New York, NY
7 – 9pm
Free and open to the public
The digital age has given filmmakers, photographers, and photojournalists extraordinary and unprecedented new ways to tell stories, as well as a greater level of authorship. How can the long-form, in-depth visual storyteller satisfy both their journalistic and financial needs in this environment?
Brian Storm discusses how storytelling continues to evolve as a result of technological innovations and an expanding media universe, suggesting how artists can disseminate their work to create an impact and how some of the top photojournalists have redefined their storytelling capabilities to include audio reporting and an eye towards publication in multiple media. Storm is founder of the award-winning production studio MediaStorm (mediastorm.org) and previously served as director of multimedia for msnbc.com and vice president of news, multimedia, and assignment services for Corbis, New York.
Presented by the BFA Photography Department.