#tfw19 (at Newhouse School at Syracuse University)
Last day #tfw19 (at Newhouse School at Syracuse University)
Community exhibition #tfw19 📸 @colin_davy (at Newhouse School at Syracuse University)
4:00 am and the lab is still rocking with students and faculty from the Fall Workshop at Newhouse/Syracuse University. If you are in the area, the final exhibit and screening starts at noon today. All are welcome! #tfw19
What’s up 3:38 am 🌈🔥🌈
Here.Now #tfw2019 (at Syracuse University)
VIS graduate student Zach Krahmer and NYT photographer James Estrin edit down Zach’s 44,000 images taken during his 2,650-mile hike on the Pacific Crest Trail. As of now, they have it down to about 115 images, all in a 24-hours.
💕Big love to our sponsor Nikon💕 Photo by Rafael Concepcion #tfw19 (at Newhouse School at Syracuse University) https://www.instagram.com/p/B3P-1KflPry/?igshid=1st0tur3m5h0k
The fabulous duo Eric D Jackson Jr. and Mylz Blake. Photo by Bruce Strong.
BlueChalk director of photography and editor at Blue Chalk, Jason Green. Photo by Bruce Strong.
From left, RC Concepcion, Lauren Steel, Bruce Strong, Sarah Leen, Les Rose, and Mary Buttolph. Photo by Amy Toensing.
Coach William Tanner, DINFOS Military Photojournalism Instructor. #tfw19 #Syracuse #photojournalism #newhouseschool (at Newhouse School at Syracuse University)
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Heather Ainsworth is a freelance photojournalist based in Ithaca, NY. Ainsworth is a regular contributor to The New York Times, The Associated Press, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post among others. Ainsworth serves as the Chair of the The National Press Photographer's Association's, New York/International region, and volunteers annually as a photo coach at The Fall Workshop at Syracuse University . Prior to freelancing, Ainsworth worked as a staff photographer for The Observer Dispatch (Utica, N.Y.) and The Idaho State Journal (Pocatello, ID.), and completed photo internships at The Denver Post, The Colorado Springs Gazette and The Montgomery (AL.) Advertiser. Ainsworth is a graduate of San Francisco State University, and is available for assignments everywhere.
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Photojournalist, multimedia producer, and adjunct professor of photography and multimedia storytelling.
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Shira Stoll is a New York Emmy award winning video producer and journalist based in New York City. She has spent the past two years sharing the stories of Holocaust survivors on Staten Island. Stoll is currently a staff multimedia specialist at the Staten Island Advance and a certified FAA Part 107 drone pilot. She holds a master’s degree in Photography with a focus in video journalism and a bachelor’s degree in Photo Illustration, both from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. She also was a student at the Eddie Adams Workshop XXVIII. Stoll was awarded a 2019 New York Emmy for Where Life Leads You: Stories of Staten Island’s Holocaust survivors and was nominated for a 2018 New York Emmy for God’s Plan: College Football Recruit Amad Anderson’s Inspiring Story. She also received a New York Publishers Association Distinguished Investigative Reporting Award of Excellence for The Untreated, a team series about mental illness on Staten Island and an Honorable Mention by NPPA Northern Short Course in 2018 for her project Artie’s by the Sea.
My name is William (Billy) Tanner and I am a Print Journalist/Public Affairs Staff Sergeant. I have been in the United States Military for the past 11 years. During my time in the military, I've served as a United States Marine with the 2nd Marine Corps Division (2nd MARDIV) and a combat engineer with the 92nd Engineer Battalion, 36th Engineer Brigade (U.S. Army). After serving a tour in Afghanistan, I reenlisted as a print journalist and was stationed at Vilseck, Germany where I covered several different operations including Operation Atlantic Resolve. Throughout the last five years as a U.S. Army print journalist, I have won several U.S. Army Keith L. Ware awards for my photography and story writing while having my work published in places such as the Bavarian Times Magazine, U.S. Army Times, and CNN. I am currently enrolled in the Military Photojournalism Program at S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication, located at Syracuse University.
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DINFOS Military Photojournalism Instructor