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Radio Producers are from Venus; Photographers are from Mars

When radio producers and photographers team up on multimedia projects, it can often feel as if they come from different planets.

When radio producers and photographers team up on multimedia projects, it can often feel as if they come from different planets.

Fortunately, their different approches can be harmonized and collaborations between the two can foster a deeper understanding of storytelling practices. Maisie Crow and Jesse Dukes (collaborators themselves) demonstrate the potential and identify the challenges in the radio/photo mash-up, through practical tips, examples and an interactive multimedia exercise.

Though we usually recommend simply listening to sessions, this might be one you want to watch, too.


Featuring

Jesse Dukes

Jesse Dukes is an independent writer and documentary maker.

Maisie Crow

Maisie Crow is a freelance photographer and multimedia producer. In 2010 her multimedia piece A Life Alone was nominated for a News and Documentary Emmy and recognized in the NPPA Best of Photojournalism Competition. In 2011, she shot and produced Half-Lives: The Chernobyl Workers Now which received honors from World Press Photo, Pictures of the Year International, and Best Use of Online Video from the Overseas Press Club. Crow has taught multimedia storytelling at Columbia University and the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.