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Join our executive producer, Brian Storm, at Photoville 2014. On Saturday, September 20th, 2014 from 5:30p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Brian will lead a presentation on digital storytelling and the cinematic narrative. Discussing work by MediaStorm, he will emphasize how storytelling continues to evolve as a result of technological innovations and an expanding media space. The digital age gives filmmakers, documentary photographers and photojournalists extraordinary and unprecedented new ways to tell stories.
This seminar does not require advanced signup, but seating is first come first serve so we highly recommend that you reserve your spot in advance!
Photoville returns to Brooklyn Bridge Park September 18th through 28th. Combining photo exhibitions, outdoor photo installations, talks, workshops, and night-time multimedia projections, Photoville welcomed 58,000 visitors during its sophomore year in 2013 and is projected to reach over 80,000 visitors in 2014. Photoville will also coincide and partner with the DUMBO Arts Festival, The Brooklyn Brook Festival and the Atlantic Antic in Brooklyn!
For more information visit the Photoville website.
MediaStorm Executive Producer Brian Storm will join innovators, strategists and trend spotters at the digiSTORY14 Conference to share insights, secrets and stories about “The Power of Digital Storytelling.”
Experience a full day of captivating speakers in Kansas City’s historic Union Station on Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014.
Never in history has the ability to communicate been so pervasive. Mobile devices, apps and internet connectivity can bring any person or idea to your fingertips with a simple click. Yet, sharing your ideas and messages through the vast profusion of these digital assets can be mind-boggling. Advertisers, social media strategists, publishers, journalists, businesses, non-profits and government agencies have all discovered that a good story can stir peoples’ emotions and compel them to action. Learn how to use today’s powerful digital media technology to get the right story to the right audience.
Purchase tickets online.
American Illustration-American Photography (AI-AP), the leading juried annuals in North America, presents the fourth International Motion Art Awards (IMAA) celebrating photographers, illustrators and designers who make their work move in all media.
Entries of the year’s best photography, illustration, animation and design in motion can be submitted for award consideration through August 29, 2014.