How can photographers redefine their work for presentation across marketing and art platforms?
How can still photography be incorporated with audio, animation, and video?
Showing his collaborations with still photographers in Rwanda, Iowa and many parts of the world, three-time Emmy winner and pioneering multimedia producer, Brian Storm, founder of MediaStorm (http://mediastorm.org), showed how to create multimedia platforms with still photography and use the Internet, in combination with Social Networks, to reach vast new audiences.
With the visual sophistication provided by photojournalists and art
photographers, Brian Storm showed how to move from concept to
production in creating effective multimedia platforms for both
narrative and conceptual art work. He shared innovative ideas on where
to to show your work and how build audiences through a variety of
Brian Storm leading the MediaStorm Workshop
|Workshop attendees viewing a MediaStorm production
The one-day seminar-workshop was designed
for creative artists, photojournalists, media professionals,
administrators, students, teachers and anyone interested in
the multimedia Internet world. Brian Storm built his
photojournalism. He was Director of Multimedia for MSNBC.comfrom 1995-2002 and
Vice President of News, Multimedia and Assignment Services for Corbis
based in New York from 2002-2004. He founded MediaStorm in 2005 and has
been honored with numerous prizes including four Webby Awards and two
Brian Storm collaborated with FotoFest and fine art photographer Lisa Robinson, on a new multimedia work which debuted at the FotoFest 2010 Biennial. Brian Storm transformed her well-known photographic series Snowbound into a moving multimedia piece that incorporates music, animated stills, video, and interviews with the artist.
View Snowbound here >>
Brian Storm showing how to edit sound
|Mary Virgina Swanson introduces Brian Storm
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