How do you tell a story through images? What issues can be effectively communicated in a photograph? In this workshop, photojournalist Diego Bravo Pacheco will discuss the essentials and key concepts to photojournalism. He will discuss his own work, successes he has had and challenges he has faced.
Diego is an Indigenous-Mexican and Cuban internationally published photographer, journalist, filmmaker, and former professional baseball player. He is currently in Tiohtià:ke/Montréal where he finds pleasure in running in rain, shine or snow. He is also studying his second year of his MA in Media Studies at Concordia University.
This event is open to all CUTV members. Concordia undergraduate students can become a CUTV member for free by following this link: https://www.cutvmontreal.org/membership/membership-student-members/
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Once you have become a CUTV member, please register for the event by filling out the form below. You will receive the Zoom link on the day of the event by email.
Image description: Diego is an Indigenous-Mexican and Cuban brown-skinned man in his early thirties. He is wearing a beige camera vest, holding a camera, and wearing a mask, sunglasses and a blue beanie while photographing a street blockade protesting tax reform in Cali, Colombia in 2021. Image of Diego taken by María Alejandra Vásquez. Instagram: @malejilla90