• About
  • Blog
  • Store
  • Contact
  • Film Catalog
 

MediaStorm’s Pam Huling Speaking at Syracuse University

Photo District News, the American Society of Media Photographers and the Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications invite you to the Photo District News Emerging 30 Seminar and an ASMP panel discussion.

Event Details

What: Photo District News Emerging 30 Seminar & ASMP panel discussion
When: Tuesday Sept. 11 from 4:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Where: Hergenhan Auditorium, Newhouse III, Room 140 (215 University Place, Syracuse, NY)
Cost: Free!

Event Schedule

4:30–6:00pm
ASMP/Newhouse-sponsored panel, “Photography: The State of the Industry”

This panel discussion will revolve around how the industry has been affected by technology and the recent recession, what top professionals have learned, and how to prepare for success in this new world. Photo District News editor Holly Stuart Hughes will moderate the panel, which will include Gene Mopsik (executive director of ASMP) and Pam Huling (business development director at MediaStorm and former director of photo services at Discovery).

6:00–7:00pm
Photo District News reception

7:00–9:00pm
Photo District News Emerging 30 Seminar, “Transitions: Strategies for Young Working Photographers.”

Three photographers featured in this year’s PDN 30 issue (which highlights top new talent) will offer their perspectives on getting started in the photography industry. Panelists will share how they got to where they are today, including how they got their first jobs and structured their first promotional efforts. They will discuss what they learned in school, what they wished they had been taught and will share career advice you won’t hear anywhere else. This seminar is a must for any young photographer beginning his or her career. Panelists are Andy Katz (Sony Artisan of Imagery), Elissa Curtis (The New Yorker’s associate picture editor), and PDN’s 30 photographers Misha Friedman, Lauren Hermele and Ryan Pfluger and will be moderated by Holly Stuart Hughes, Editor of PDN.

More Information

For more information, call Karen Greenfield at 315-443-2304 or email her at kegreenf@syr.edu.

This entry was posted in Events, Industry Events, MediaStorm Announcements, MediaStorm Events and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.
  • Advertisement


    MediaStorm Field Guide

  • Categories

  • Archives