Photojournalism and the Media

Episode 62. Matt Richtel, NY Times Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist: Why Creativity is Terrifying, Finding Inspiration, and the Problem with Perfection

Matt Richtel is a Pulitzer Prize winning  New York Times  writer and journalist from San Francisco, USA. He’s also the author of ten books, including ‘Inspire: Understanding Creativity. A Journey Through Art, Science, and the Soul’ which addresses the science of creativity. 

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Episode 26. Photography From a War Zone: A Dispatch From Ukraine with Felipe Dana

Felipe Dana is an award-winning Brazilian photojournalist sharing his experiences on location in Kyiv, Ukraine, where he has joined the Associated Press to document the war. He started his career at 15 years old as an assistant photographer and later pursued a degree in photography while working on commercial assignments, contributing to various local and international news agencies. His work has received numerous awards, including the World Press’ ‘Photo of the Year.’ Felipe was also part of the AP team’s finalist for the Pulitzer in 2021. 

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