Photoville panel on Saturday – Reading the Pictures’ “The Presidential Campaign Through New Eyes”

Photoville 2016 - "The Presidential Campaign Through New Eyes" - photo by Landon Nordeman
Photoville 2016 – “The Presidential Campaign Through New Eyes” – photo by Landon Nordeman

Tomorrow, September 24, 2016, I’ll be part of a panel discussion hosted by Reading the Pictures‘ Michael Shaw at Photoville called “The Presidential Campaign Through New Eyes.”

The panel will include Mark Abramson, Landon Nordeman, Lorie Novak, Hilary Swift, and me. I’ve worked alongside Mark, Landon, and Hilary, covered the 2012 campaign a little for Michael at Reading the Pictures (then called BagNewsNotes), and have admired Lorie’s work for a while, especially her Above the Fold project, so it’s very exciting for me to sit on this panel with them, taking a step back from our work and considering it in a broader context.

The talk starts at 6pm on 24 September 2016 at the Photoville Pavilion at 60 Water Street in Brooklyn. Here’s the announcement about the event on the Reading the Pictures website, as well.

Apologies for how badly neglected this site has been over the past few months, by the way. I’ve been on the road on assignments covering American politics and, recently, exhibiting some of this work around Europe, the US, and soon, Canada. I hope to most more here in coming weeks and months.

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