Fall Workshop 2015: Lectures by Photographers Joe McNally, Melissa Farlow and Randy Olson

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Joe McNally, Melissa Farlow and Randy Olson Photography lectures Newhouse

We are thrilled to announce that photographers Joe McNally, Randy Olson and Melissa Farlow will  be giving talks during The Fall Workshop this week. Both talks are open to the public. Please join us.

Joe McNally

Thursday, October 15 (tomorrow) at 7:00 p.m.
Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium, Newhouse 3
Syracuse, New York
(Sponsored by Nikon)

About Joe McNally

McNally’s career has spanned more than 35 years and included assignments in 60 countries. He was the last staff photographer in the history of Life magazine, sharing a legacy with the great photographers—Carl Mydans, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Gordon Parks, John Loengard—who influenced and shaped his work. McNally won the first Alfred Eisenstaedt Award for Journalistic Impact for his Life piece “The Panorama of War.” He has been honored numerous times by Communication Arts, Photo District News, Graphis, American Photo, Pictures of the Year and the World Press Photo Foundation. His prints are in numerous collections, including the Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery and the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. McNally is represented by the prestigious Monroe Gallery of Photography, which staged a one-man print exhibition of his photographs in 2014. His most well-known series is “Faces of Ground Zero: Portraits of the Heroes of September 11th,” a collection of 246 giant Polaroid portraits shot in the Moby C studio near Ground Zero in a three-week period shortly after 9/11.

Randy Olson and Melissa Farlow

Friday, October 16 at 7:00 p.m.
Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium, Newhouse 3
Syracuse, New York
(Sponsored by National Geographic)

About Randy Olson and Melissa Farlow

Farlow and Olson are photojournalists in the documentary tradition. Even though they are published in LIFE, GEO, Smithsonian and other magazines, they have primarily photographed for the National Geographic Society on over 50 assignments that have taken them to 50 countries over the past 20 years. They normally work individually, but have co-produced National Geographic Magazine stories on Northern California, National Parks and the Alps. They photographed a joint book project on the Southern United States and have collaborated on over 70 books with other photographers that are published by Collins Publishers, National Geographic and others.

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