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Developing Long Term Projects with Pat Kane

When:
September 16th, 2020
Community:
TBD
Location:
Online

Join documentary photographer Pat Kane for a deep dive into developing long term projects.

Developing Long Term Projects with Pat Kane

Wednesday, September 16, 6-8pm (Zoom)

Do you have a story that you’ve been working on for a while but not sure where to take it? Or a topic you want to explore through photography but not sure where to start? Join documentary photographer Pat Kane for a deep dive into developing long term projects, from framing the story to planning your shoots to ethics to consider throughout the course of your work. This workshop is suitable for photographers who want to use photography as a medium for telling more complex stories or documenting longer-term narratives with their work.
Pat Kane is a photographer in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, covering people, life and environment in Canada's Far North. Pat takes a documentary approach to the stories impacting Northerners, with a special focus on Indigenous issues. Pat is a member of the Timiskaming First Nation on the territory that is now Quebec, and part of the collectives Natives Photograph and Boreal Collective