Recently, while preparing to travel to Pyongyang to take pictures for Evan Osnos’s New Yorker piece “The Risk of Nuclear War with North Korea,” Pinckers ... José Ginarte is a digital photo editor at The New Yorker.
Vancouver Film School executives realized that had reached the point where it made more sense to take Hollywood North to Bollywood ... of the bilateral opportunities to do business in the digital media and entertainment sector highlighted during the.
I'm walking through a strip of forest with Noah Strycker, with miles of Ohio marshland to the south, Lake Erie to the north and hundreds of birds ... subjects have been around for decades. But digital photography has opened up the field.
Dale McRae started out in the print industry, eventually transitioning into digital design and UX ... I also found ways to go to events. For example, the Vancouver Film School has a good UX program. I went to see some speakers talk there and learned.
Smith School of Business ... trying to go more digital and meet students where they are.” Overall, more than 1,200 undergraduate students met recruiters from 114 organizations at the daylong event, which included a headshot photography booth sponsored.
NORTH TUSTIN, Calif ... students build the skills and competencies required to succeed in the Digital Age. Kimber Johnston, Educational Technology Manager of The Prentice School says, “The ISTE standards go far beyond mere technical knowhow, and.
The last Walk for Reconciliation in Vancouver took place in 2013. This year it takes place on Sept. 24. Photo Reconciliation Canada ... Joseph is a residential school survivor. He was taken from his family and entered into St. Michael’s in Alert Bay.
with proceeds to SPEC's School Gardens Program ... hosted by Jeff Leard. Vancouver writers Jennifer Zilm, Chelene Knight, Taryn Hubbard, and Andrea Nicki discuss the influence digital media has had on their work and process at the Post at 750.
The museum co-sponsored the screening with Ruskeat Tytöt, a digital magazine by women of color in ... and she brought me a copy of her travel book, called Due North. It’s like a big photo essay of her favorite places, including Nigeria.
learning his skills on film just prior to the transition to digital, and finding inspiration and fundamentals from a passionate teacher. “I couldn’t get enough,” Girardi recalls. “By the time I graduated high school I had taken every photography.