Stephen Wilkes, MPD Photography alumnus (1980) has an exhibit of his long-term project, “Day to Night” at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery in New York City. Day to Night is on-going global photographic project that began in 2009. Working from a fixed camera angle. Wilkes captures the fleeting moments of humanity and light as time passes. […]
Nikon Professional Services Rep “JC” Carey will lead his class, “Packing Small and Shooting Big: Getting Dynamic Results with Nikon’s Creative Lighting System” at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications in the photography studio on Monday October 26, 2015 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. If you haven’t signed up yet, here are […]
Check out this lovely video created by Brujos & Curanderos about the POY Latam 2015 contest hosted in San Miguel de Allende. Alexia Foundation Chair and Professor Mike Davis was one of the judges alongside Gary Knight, Magdalena Herrera, Yolanda Andrade, Tomas Munita, Shayla Harris, Kim Grinfeder, Tiago Santana and Juan Carlos. Learn more about […]
Last weekend, seven Newhouse MPD Photography students — Ben Cleeton, Ousman Diallo, Chase Guttman, Drew Osumi, Michael Santiago, Shira Stoll and Kristen Tomkowid — attended the 2015 Eddie Adams Workshop. Three of the students won top awards. Michael Santiago won a scholarship to the NPPA Multimedia Immersion, Drew Osumi won an assignment from ESPN […]
You might have noticed that Ruth Fremson, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer at The New York Times, wrote the latest Lens Blog post, “Women in Photojournalism.” What you might not know is that Ruth is a Newhouse/Syracuse graduate who began her studies in graphic design before taking a photography course in Syracuse’s London Program taught by Robert Gilka, legendary […]
Take a look at some of the images taken by members of the Newhouse School’s multimedia photography and design photo class of 2015. Photo by Carly Cott Photo by Ben Clean Photo by Keegan Barber Photo by Chase Gaewski Photo by Rachel Mohler Photo by Ryan MacCammon Photo by […]
Newhouse alum Lisa Krantz, along with her co-workers Bob Owen and Jerry Lara, of the San Antonio Express-News were named finalists for the Pulitzer prize in the Feature Photography category for chilling photographs that document the hard road Central American migrants must follow to seek refuge in the United States.