Foundry Life Is a Blur of Activity!

Bali, Indonesia, July 24, 2015. The middle of the Foundry week is a blur to all – students, instructors and staff. So much activity, so much interaction and so much work yet to do.  Students are shooting day and night and instructors are responding to student inquiries, offering guidance where needed.  Students got quality time with their instructors, and some instructors solicited group input into the review of developing student projects.

In addition, your blogger delivered his class on the Business of Photojournalism, which was well attended and incited excellent questions and lively debates on important business and legal issues.

The students used the time waiting to meet with their instructors to talk among themselves, sharing experiences and creating bonds that will further expand the Foundry community.

So, here are a few images from the last few days…

Instructor Maggie Steber meets with student Aji Styawan from Indonesia to guide him through the development of his project. © Neal Jackson
Instructor Maggie Steber meets with student Aji Styawan from Indonesia to guide him through the development of his project. © Neal Jackson
Instructor Andrea Bruce shares her review of student project with class. © Neal Jackson
Instructor Andrea Bruce shares her review of student project with class. © Neal Jackson

 

Students share food and coffee at cantine set up for Foundry at Penangi School. © Neal Jackson
Students share food and coffee at cantine set up for Foundry at Penangi School. © Neal Jackson
Staff working with Instructor Paula Bronstein to begin setting up final presentation format.  L-R Hannah West, Peter Andersson, Taylor Savvy, videotechnician with Foundry sponsor PhotoWings, Paula Bronstein and Tiffany Clark.
Staff working with Instructor Paula Bronstein to begin setting up final presentation format. L-R Hannah West, Peter Andersson, Taylor Savvy, videotechnician with Foundry sponsor PhotoWings, Paula Bronstein and Tiffany Clark.

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