Course leader Dr DJ Clark and lecturer Dr David Campbell have taken on new and important roles with World Press Photo in 2014. DJ Clark is the lead trainer on the World Press Photo Connected Learning project, which offers free online multimedia training and international workshops. David Campbell is the Secretary to the World Press Photo […]
The report from the 2013 World Press Photo Multimedia Research Project – Visual Storytelling in the Age of Post-Industrial Journalism – is now available in Chinese translation: 视觉叙事（中文翻译稿）World_Press_Photo_Multimedia_Research_Project_Report_Chinese_translation Full details of the World Press Photo Multimedia Research Project are available here.
David Campbell, who runs the research modules for the MA, is directing a major new research project on multimedia for World Press Photo. Under the auspices of the World Press Photo Academy and supported by the FotografenFederatie (Dutch Photographers Association), the project will map the global emergence and development of multimedia in visual storytelling, especially photojournalism. Findings […]
MA course director Dr Dave Clark works as a multimedia journalist for The China Daily, and is always looking for ways to get his stories distributed across new platforms. Rural China is a free iBook available through iTunes to take advantage of the new publishing opportunities opened up by the iPad.
Famine has been conventionally associated with Africa, and portrayed visually through stereotypes. As in recent media coverage of the crisis in East Africa, photographs of starving children with fly-blown faces, removed from their context, remain common. MA course leader Dr Dave Clark, working as a multimedia journalist for China Daily, set out this summer to […]