Picture Kentucky – from a student’s perspective

Tell your students about the Kentucky Kernel 2013 Fall Photojournalism Workshop.

David Stephenson

David Stephenson

With the guidance of David Stephenson, photojournalism adviser for the Kentucky Kernel, UK offers an immersive photojournalism experience for students with all levels of experience.  Registration for this fall’s workshop will open later summer.

The goal of the Picture Kentucky Workshop Series is to train students in journalism by telling compelling stories with photography. Stephenson has his students creating picture stories, and they work toward producing a book, multimedia and a web presentation that is shared with the university, the communities they feature, and the general public.  Past workshops have taken place in London (Laurel County), Jackson and Beattyville. (Note: Click on a photo below to access the Kentucky gallery for that particular workshop; all images are copyrighted.)

photo of pumpkins

London/Laurel County

picture of swinging bridge

Jackson

picture of rescue squad worker

Beattyville

For more information about Picture Kentucky, have your students contact David Stephenson, photojournalism adviser for the Kentucky Kernel and Workshop Director for Picture Kentucky.

Phone (859) 321-4975
Emaildstephenson@kykernel.com

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