The seminar really launched me into the entire FOTOFEST2008 event and it provided me with additional opportunities to mingle/speak with artists and view some very inspiring work.

Boby Fussell, Artist
2008 Workshop Attendee

 

   



   
Multi-media Storytelling –
Narrative and Conceptual Art

FotoFest 2010 Biennial

One-day Seminar for Artists, Arts Professionals and the Public
   

Sunday, March 21, 2010, 8:30am - 4:45pm
The Doubletree Hotel Downtown  Houston, Texas


Fee: $75

Discounted Fee – $50 for Meeting Place Participants and applicants whose registration forms were received by July 13. Students are also eligible for discounted registration. The discount rate is offered until December 10, 2009.


 


PRESENTER
Brian Storm – MediaStorm (http://mediastorm.org)

Emmy-winning multi-media producer and founder of MediaStorm, Brian Storm shows how the digital age is giving photographers and artists extraordinary new ways to tell their stories and distribute their work. The workshop provides an overview of diverse approaches to multi-media storytelling and shows how top photographers are redefining their work to incorporate interactivity, animation, audio and video for distribution across multiple platforms.

Through real world examples, Brian Storm demonstrates techniques in how to move from concept to production in creating effective multi-media platforms for presenting narrative and conceptual art work. He shows how artists and photojournalists are juxtaposing the shooting of stills and video while combining images with audio reporting. He shares innovative ideas on how to spread the word about one’s work and build audiences through a variety of distribution platforms. The seminar-workshop is designed for creative artists, photojournalists, arts professionals and anyone interested in how to move into the multi-media world with their images. These multi-media resources relate to both the changing marketplace of editorial and commercial photography as well as the art world.

Brian Storm was Director of Multimedia for MSNBC.com from 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 Emmy awards.

 

LINKS
 
  • MediaStorm (http://www.mediastorm.org)
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    For more information call or e-mail:
    Sarah Craig or Marta Sánchez Philippe
    FotoFest Meeting Place
    713.223.5522 x 13
    meeting@fotofest.org

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