Advisory Board Meeting March 18, 2013

The Photojournalism Program is blessed with an excellent  advisory board  that is one of our secret weapons of strength.  The Spring 2013 edition was another successful day that saw 15 industry editors and photographers visit for the day, meeting with students and looking at portfolios. The day was capped by a dinner at Montana’s that saw nearly 50 students, faculty and advisors descend on the local eatery

Canadian Photojournalism legend Peter Bregg gives First Year student James Wood some sage advice during the portfolio review session. (photo-Mitch Ward)

Canadian Photojournalism legend Peter Bregg gives First Year student James Wood some sage advice during the portfolio review session. (photo-Mitch Ward)

Duncan Cairns -Brenner shows his work to Jessica Darmanin, Associate photo editor at Macleans. (photo by Mitch Ward)

Duncan Cairns -Brenner shows his work to Jessica Darmanin, Associate photo editor at Macleans. (photo by Mitch Ward)

Dave Lucas, picture editor at  the Globe's Report on Business looks at the work of graduating student Sandra Kielback. (photo by Mitch Ward)

Dave Lucas, picture editor at the Globe’s Report on Business looks at the work of graduating student Sandra Kielback. (photo by Mitch Ward)

Intense discussion and scrutiny is the order of the day during the Portfolio review sessions. Reg Vertolli of the Oakville Beaver , students Tom Hicken and Richard Barclay, and Globe ROB Picture Editor David Lucas are consumed by the task. (Photo-Matt DeSouza)

Intense discussion and scrutiny is the order of the day during the Portfolio review sessions. Reg Vertolli of the Oakville Beaver , students Tom Hicken and Richard Barclay, and Globe ROB Picture Editor David Lucas are consumed by the task. (Photo-Matt DeSouza)

 

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