Guided by photographer Andrew Kung whose work has been featured in New York Times, CNN, Vogue and Artsy, learn narrative photography and develop a considered and systematic approach to your photographic practice.

Dates:
Mar 7, 2023 - Mar 28, 2023

Levels: Intermediate, Advanced,
Workshop Fee: $425
Workshop Duration: 8 hours over 4 weeks
Class Size: 10

Note: This workshop will be held in a live, online format utilizing the Zoom platform.
Class meets on Tuesdays 10am-12pm ET.

Photo by Andrew Kung.

Guided by photographer Andrew Kung, students will learn about key figures in narrative photography and analyze how environment, lighting, color, sequencing, and subject matter contribute to the construction of a body of work. In parallel, students will bring an existing collection of work or begin a new series with these principles in mind. In each class, we’ll critique, discuss, and provide feedback as students progress in their respective projects.

While projects don’t have to be completed upon the last class, students will develop a considered and systematic approach to their photographic practice, from building mood boards to executing shot lists, sequencing, and even publishing their images. Students will walk away with practical, actionable, and individualized feedback to apply in their image making process going forward.

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Photo by Andrew Kung.
Desexualization vs Fetishization - By Andrew Kung
Desexualization vs Fetishization – By Andrew Kung
Desexualization vs Fetishization 2 - By Andrew Kung
Desexualization vs Fetishization 2 – By Andrew Kung

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Instructor: Andrew Kung

Andrew Kung is a Brooklyn based photographer working across genres to explore themes of race, identity, and belonging. Inspired to construct intimate scenes of strength and togetherness between Asian Americans rarely witnessed in an American context, Andrew explores a new visual language that challenges monolithic constructs of Americanness and normalizes the visibility and dignity of his subjects.