San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Film has the power to fundamentally change how the world views - and acts on - a social issue. Jennifer Galvin ‘95 has spent her career as an environmental scientist, entrepreneur and filmmaker. Her investigations have contributed to a greater understanding of the exposure and risk patterns of environmental contamination and human health, particularly for coastal populations. She is a founder of reelblue, LLC, a production company that specializes in stories about global health and the environment, and reelgreen, a social media outreach team. Join Jen in a hands-on workshop on how to tell the story of a social issue and the visual techniques of documentary filmmaking. Students will spend time editing and discussing a piece together. Part of the Swearer Center's Storytelling Speaker Series. Co-sponsored by the Swearer Center, John Nicholas Brown Center for the Public Humanities, and Watson Institute for International Studies. Space is limited - register now!