In order to survive the ever-changing landscape of media publishing, journalists and documentarians need to diversify their skill sets. Very few people know this better than Bob Sacha. An award-winning photographer and multimedia documentarian whose clients and employers include, National Geographic, Life Magazine and MediaStorm, Sacha’s abilities span the gamut of content gathering.
During this intense weeklong workshop, students learn from Sacha’s first hand experience of gathering photography, audio and video in the field. As a photographer, videographer and producer, Sacha trains students to always consider the storyline when gathering content. Through daily lectures, critiques and demos, Sacha helps students develop, shoot and produce short multimedia documentaries about the local community.
Students should have a strong understanding of digital photography, and a good grasp on both digital audio collection and video. Students should also be comfortable working and producing in Final Cut Pro X.
A portfolio review is required for admission to this course. You can submit a portfolio via a link to your website or online portfolio. For more detailed information on these requirements, click here.
"This has been a gathering of professional, passionate people who are here for one reason...to grow!"
- Deb Dutcher, Jamaica Plain, MA
"Having a week to immerse myself with no distractions has been invaluable for me personally and for my career"
- Jeanie Adams-Smith, Bowling Green, KY
"Bob Sacha is a great teacher. Very helpful!"
- Caleb Kenna, Brandon, VT
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