Visual Storytelling in New Media
Come creare una narrazione visiva combinando fotografia, audio, video e materiale d’archivio.
La commissione di selezione composta da ICP–International Center of Photography e CAMERA ha assegnato le borse di studio previste dal bando a:
La commissione di selezione composta da CAMERA e dall’Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti di Torino ha assegnato una borsa di studio allo studente Mattia Gaido.
La commissione di selezione composta da CAMERA e da IED Torino ha assegnato una borsa di studio alla studentessa Francesca Gemmino.
Dal 3 al 28 luglio si terrà la seconda edizione della Masterclass Visual Storytelling in New Media organizzata da CAMERA – Centro Italiano per la Fotografia in collaborazione con ICP – International Center of Photography di New York. Il corso intensivo di alta formazione è dedicato fotografi che vogliano approfondire e migliorare le proprie capacità teoriche e tecniche, in particolare in ambito documentaristico.
Durante questo intensivo programma di un mese gli studenti impareranno come raccontare una storia, come montare una sequenza di immagini attraverso approcci narrativi e non lineari, creando un dialogo tra etica, appropriazione, avvicinamento dei soggetti, acquisendo un bagaglio di competenze sia tecniche che artistiche.
Docenti dell’ICP del calibro di Andrea Cattaneo, Karen Marshall, Saul Metnick, Alison Morley, Bob Sacha e Gaia Squarci guideranno gli studenti in tutte le fasi di realizzazione di un progetto personale finale. La classe sarà suddivisa in due gruppi, in questo modo ogni studente sarà seguito individualmente.
La Masterclass prevede un programma intensivo con lezioni e shooting tutti i giorni compresi i fine settimana.
Un calendario di lectures serali affronterà temi quali Etica, New Media, Pratica Professionale, Social Media.
La partecipazione al corso consentirà agli studenti l’ammissione diretta al One-Year Certificate Program, il corso full time in Fotografia Documentaria e Fotogiornalismo dell’International Center of Photography.
Tutte le lezioni, i seminari e le attività si terranno in lingua inglese.
Andrea Cattaneo is a strong believer in the potential of the virtual contents and the immersive storytelling as a powerful form of entertainment of the future. His aim is to continue to experiment with new forms of communication linked to new technologies. Andrea holds a degree in Business engineering, and he graduated in 2015 from the Documentary and Phojournalism course in New York, at the International Center of Photography, where he was awarded the George and Hoyce Moss Scholarship and selected for the Eddie Adams XXVIII.
His multimedia project “shoulda coulda woulda” received the honarabile mention in Editorial eassay at 2015 International photography award and Moscow award 2015.
Andrea spent many years as an executive in the home entertainment industries and now he is the CEO of a company dedicated 100% to the creation of virtual experiences, tours or videos made with the highest quality standards and cutting-edge tools on the market.In the meantime, he is still working as a freelance creating multimedia stories which focus on social justice issue and environment.
Karen Marshall is a documentary photographer whose work examines the psychological lives of her subjects within the social landscape. An expert at visual story telling, she is a core faculty member in the International Center of Photography’s Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism Program where she has taught for the past two decades. In addition, Marshall is an Associate Professor (Adjunct) at New York University, and has lead numerous workshops in Europe, Asia, Latin America and the United States. Her seminal study, Between Girls: A Passage To Womanhood, is a three decade project which documents the coming of age of a group of urban middle class teenagers, following them from high school into adulthood 30 years later. The project includes video projection, ephemera, zines, and audio along with black and white photography Marshall has an MFA in New Media and is the recipient of several artist fellowships. Nominated for the Prix Pictet in 2011, her work is part of several collections, including the Feminist Artbase at The Brooklyn Museum. Her photographs have appeared in numerous publications including The New York Times Magazine, the London Sunday Times, The Atlantic, New York Magazine, GUP Magazine, and PDN, to name a few.
Saul Metnick is a Brooklyn based photographer and cinematographer with a genuine, narrative, and approachable style. He studied photography at Arizona State University and Rhode Island School of Design. Past lives include roles as the general manager for Vice Magazine and as producer for Smuggler. Saul currently works as a freelancer for a variety of commercial and editorial clients. His work has been published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Vice Magazine, Brownbook, Mother Jones, and others. He is also a faculty member at the International Center of Photography where he specializes in teaching students sound technical fundamentals and workflow for digital photography.
Alison Morley is a photo editor, consultant and educator. She has been the chair of the Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism Program at the International Center of Photography in New York since 2000. As a photo editor, she has been the photography director of The New York Times Sophisticated Traveler, Audubon, Life, Civilization, Esquire, Mirabella, Elle, and The Los Angeles Times Magazine. Currently, she works as a consultant for photographers, agencies and magazines. She has edited several major monographs and has curated touring exhibitions for Blood and Honey: A Balkan War Journal and Afghanistan: The Road to Kabul, both by Ron Haviv; I Am Rich Potosi: The Mountain That Eats Men by Stephen Ferry and The Ninth Floor by Jessica Dimmock. Most recently, she edited Urban Cave by Andrea Star Reese, and Frozen In Time by Sarah C. Butler, soon to be published by Glitterati Inc. — both with forwards written by her. Alison has written on photography for magazines and books and has lectured and led workshops in the United States as well as in Argentina, Bangladesh, China, Colombia, Hungary, Peru, The Philippines, Spain, Thailand and Uganda.
Bob Sacha is a director, cinematographer, editor, teacher and photographer and, above all, a collaborator on visual journalism projects. In 2014 he shot the video for the Guardian US team project that won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, a National Emmy for New Approaches to News and Documentary Programming, a Webby and the first gold medal ever given by the Society for News Design. He teamed up with Blue Chalk as the the director of photography for the New York Times series, Living City about New York’s infrastructure. BlindSight, a documentary short about a group of blind photographers that he directed and shot, produced with Kate Emerson, had its world premiere at DocNYC, the countries largest documentary festival. Bob has also directed, produced, shot and edited nonfiction video stories for Al Jazeera America Online, Yahoo News, AudubonScience, Apple, the Asia Society, Starbucks, the Council on Foreign Relations and the Open Society Foundation, among other international clients. For several years he worked as a staff producer and editor at MediaStorm where his projects were nominated for three national news Emmys and won numerous awards including an Alfred I. duPont- Columbia Award. Bob who graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Syracuse University, is now a Tow Professor for Visual Journalism at the new City University of NY Graduate School of Journalism, where he teaches the wildly popular Video Storytelling for the Web and videoLab classes. He also mentors students at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism on their interactive, hybrid and documentary film master’s projects. He’s lectured and taught workshops and classes at SVA, the International Center of Photography and for National Geographic Expeditions. Eight years ago, he leapfrogged into multimedia and film after winning a Knight Fellowship to Ohio University, where he studied web storytelling and documentary film and earned a master’s in visual communication. In his past lives, Bob was a staff photographer at the Philadelphia Inquirer, a contributing photographer at both Life and National Geographic Magazine and a freelancer for more magazines than remain on newsstands.
Gaia Squarci is a photographer and cinematographer based in New York City, contributor of Prospekt agency. Raised in Milan, Italy, she studied Art History at University of Bologna and photojournalism at International Center of Photography (ICP). Gaia attended the Eddie Adams Workshop in 2014, and In 2015 her work has been selected for the exhibition reGeneration3 about new approaches to photography at Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne. Her clients include the New York Times, the New Yorker, Time Magazine, Vogue, the Wall Street Journal, MSNBC, VICE, The Guardian, Newsweek, Huck, Marie Claire Italia, Sette and L’Oeil de le Photographie, among others. Her work has been exhibited in the United States, Italy, France, Switzerland, Mexico, Ireland and China.