As a photojournalist, how much do we engage with our subject? Is there a time to get involved?
Deanne Fitzmaurice is a Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist and filmmaker whose work is known for using emotional and physical layers to expose human connection. She is a contributor for Sports Illustrated, National Geographic and other numerous publications. Join CreativeLive as Deanne discusses her 13 year project about an injured Iraqi boy, and the questions she’s wrestled with on her photographic journey.
Deanne Fitzmaurice is a Pulitzer Prize winning documentary photographer and multimedia storyteller based in San Francisco, California. She is a regular contributor to Sports Illustrated and ESPN the Magazine, and has also been published in TIME, Newsweek, The Economist, Stern,
Deanne Fitzmaurice all I can say is what an amazing person. the imagery is great each image tells a story, and you do not often capture images like this without a connection with your subject which she clearly does. recommencement 100% I will be looking out for more of this great ladys work.
I LOVE Deanne's classes. I understand and FEEL the way she describes humanizing Photojournalism. Because of her relationships and her approach, I feel her photos. They have weight, have depth, that just hits you like a brick. I hope she does more classes, I would love to hear and see more.
I have to say that this was really inspiring.
I had not heard of her before, and I hope Deanne forgives me for this! However, I was absolutely mesmerised by this session, and inspired.
I was inspired not only by the words, but by the manner of the telling of her story and philosophy