In the world of photojournalism, few events are as life-changing as the Eddie Adams Workshop. This year, we celebrated the 20th anniversary of the workshop, and for the third year in a row, Brian Storm led a team of multimedia producers to create full-blown pieces in 2 days. Brian, who recently won an Emmy for his work, has been on the forefront of multimedia for years, and besides being a fellow Eddie Adams board member, he’s a forward-looking, great guy.
But back to the kids! If you’ve ever felt in a rut with photography, and need inspiration, you need to watch these. In the little town of Jeffersonville, NY, the teams manage to find stories all around them. And I’m always astonished at the quality of storytelling that can be accomplished with a camera and tape recorder.
In other news, the Yankees lost. I had the (mis)fortune of being caught on camera while Tony Gwynn opined “You can see the dejection on a lot of the Yankees fans…” Thanks to my buddy, Steve King, from Caboodle Toys for the quick trigger on the tv! We’ll get you next year, Boston.