FULLY BOOKED – Masterclass: Brian Storm on Multimedia Storytelling
Storytelling opportunities continue to evolve as a result of technological innovations and an expanding media universe. The digital age is giving documentary photographers and photojournalists extraordinary new ways to tell stories. With this new ability, you can also exercise a greater level of authorship with your work. How can the long-form, in-depth visual storyteller satisfy both their journalistic and financial needs in this environment? Learn how to disseminate your work to create an impact on the subject, issue and hopefully society.
Join Brian Storm, Founder and Executive Producer of MediaStorm, to see how some of the top photojournalists have redefined their storytelling capabilities to include audio reporting and an eye towards publication in multiple media. Their work is capturing acclaim around the world in a time when reader’s attention spans are running short.
Storm was Director of Multimedia for MSNBC.com from 1995-2002 and Vice President of News, Multimedia and Assignment Services for Corbis based in New York from 2002-2004
More about Brian Storm:
Brian Storm is the founder and executive producer of MediaStorm, a multimedia production studio based in Brooklyn, New York.
MediaStorm’s principal aim is to usher in the next generation of multimedia storytelling by publishing social documentary projects incorporating photojournalism, interactivity, animation, audio and video for distribution across multiple media.
Prior to launching MediaStorm in 2005, Storm spent two years as vice president of News, Multimedia & Assignment Services for Corbis, a digital media agency founded and owned by Bill Gates. From 1995 to 2002 he was director of multimedia at MSNBC.com.
Storm received his master’s degree in photojournalism in 1995 from the University of Missouri. He lives in New York City and can be reached via [email protected].