Leslye Davis is a name you’ll want to remember. At only 23, she is already a visual journalist at The New York Times, where she began working as an intern and was quickly hired to work as a multimedia producer for projects across multiple desks at The Times. Davis spoke to us about how she started, her approach to stories and her experience at the paper. (more…)
Lauren Steel is a Managing Editor at Reportage by Getty Images and is responsible for a group of renowned photographers. She started at Getty Images in 2003 as an entertainment assignment editor for the newswire, and she has been a part of the Eddie Adams Workshop faculty for the last 8 years. what she looks for in photographers, and what photojournalists who want representation with Getty need to pay attention to.
Is a photography internship necessary? Will it help you find a job? Are unpaid internships terrible? What will you learn? In this post we answer these questions, and more.
When you're making a film about the War on Drugs and mass incarceration, you're going to need some sensitive access. Here's how filmmaker Eugene Jarecki went about securing it.
Lauren Betesh, CUJ '13, was new to video when she started at the journalism school last fall. By the end of the year, she had produced (and has now published) a poignant documentary on autism and the difficulty of finding housing for autistic adults. The most inspiring part? She did it by herself.