Here are a few links to some stories written up about the Workshop that talk about why it is important and what we are all in for while there.
Also, I just finished the bio list of the teachers who will be at the Workshop and have already sent it out to a few people. Let me know if you would also like to get a copy by just sending me your email.
Hey guys. You may have noticed that awhile ago in the various emails we received from the workshop there was an email containing a list of the lecturers and professionals that will be attending the workshop. It suggested that we check out and learn a little about each person. I have made a word document that has a list of those people with a short bio, taken from either the Eddie Adams Workshop or their own websites. I thought it would be helpful to share it ( the more we know about the experience of our lecturers and the work they have accomplished the better right?) If any of you would like the list just send me a message and I would be glad to send it.
I am doing my best to catch up with these blog postings and review all of your websites and the work you have all accomplished. I was the alternate chosen to fill in for Abir, who unfortunately cannot make it to the workshop. I thought I would use this post to introduce myself to all of you.
I’m Craig Hudson. I’m from San Francisco, CA and now live in Washington DC, where I work as a copy aide and freelance photographer at the Washington Post. I am also a sophomore at the Corcoran College of Art & Design studying photojournalism. I’m 19 years old. I began taking photos in 2006. Most of that time was spent shooting cityscapes, but I always knew that I wanted to really work as a photojournalist. Since moving to the East Coast in 2010, I have worked towards that goal.
I have read through each of your bio’s and I hope you will all excuse me for saying, that I am truly honored to be attending this workshop and look forward to meeting all of you. The quality of the work I have seen already is inspiring to say the very least.
Below are a few of my (mostly) recent photos.