WPOW and National Geographic present:
Publishing in a Digital Age
Women Photojournalists of Washington (WPOW), in partnership with the National Geographic Society and FotoDC, present “Publishing in a Digital Age.”
This educational event features the online photo-editing team for National Geographic, all of whom are women. They will show photography that has been published on the site, and will talk about the process of choosing images and projects for three of National Geographic’s platforms: Your Shot, News, and Proof.
The event is open to the public and will be geared toward a diverse audience of working professional photographers and photography enthusiasts.
Nikon and NPPA Region 3 are generously supporting the event.
Monday, Nov. 10, 2014
6:30 p.m. to 7:30 – Reception - Wine and light snacks will be served.
7:30 p.m. to 9:30 – Presentation followed by Q&A
Where: FotoWeek Central, former Spanish Ambassador’s Residence, 2801 16th St. NW, Washington, D.C., 20009 (Nearest Metro: Columbia Heights).
$20 for the public
$15 for WPOW members (use code wpowdc14 when registering)
$10 for students with valid ID at the door (use code student14 when registering)
Prices will increase by $5 after Nov. 1.
This event will sell out! Reserve your ticket at http://tinyurl.com/wpownatgeoevent.
Monica C. Corcoran
Corcoran is an award-winning photography producer with more than 15 years of experience in visual storytelling. She is a Senior Managing Editor at the National Geographic Society, overseeing the Your Shot photo community and the National Geographic magazine Photo Contest.
Keefe has worn many hats in her career in visual storytelling, ranging from photo archivist to photo editor to photography producer for National Geographic Online. She currently edits and produces National Geographic's Proof blog and Photo of the Day.
Werbeck is a Senior Photo Editor for news at National Geographic. Before that, she spent five years as a home-page editor at National Public Radio. Werbeck also worked at The Washington Post for more than 10 years as a photo editor and deputy news editor. She focused on breaking news and investigative projects. Werbeck is from Canton, Ohio, and went to Kent State University.