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¡ Summer teaching in Spain es estupendo !

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Estoy emocionado por haber sido invitado a impartir un taller de este verano a estudiantes de posgrado en la fotografía en la universidad Istituto Europeo di Design en Madrid España!

I need to brush up on my Spanish…it’s no muy bueno — but I was trying to say something like that I’m excited about being invited to teach in a graduate program in photography at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Madrid this summer…even more excited as their program includes stellar faculty (and personal favorite photographers of mine) such as Martin Parr and Joan Fontcuberta.

Public workshop

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I taught a workshop on portrait lighting and using Adobe Lightroom to the Youngstown Photography Society last night. Very engaged group (and tasty food) !!

Nice press in the San Diego CityBeat about the panel talk!

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Digable talk
“Stephen Chalmers’ landscape photos are lovely but eerie—he’s focused on sites where notorious serial killers dumped dead bodies. Chalmers’ work makes viewers question whether it’s OK to turn heinous acts into art. That question, and others swirling around the intersection of art and crime, will be the topic of a panel discussion and art reception, Shadow Spaces from The Art, from 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday, March 20, in Room LL108 at the SDSU Library. Chalmers’ photographs and a collection of artwork by prisoners will be on view. The event is put on by The Art | Crime Archive, a project “devoted to the study of the spaces where art and crime overlap.” Chalmers will be joined by UCSD researcher Laura Pacenco and Art | Crime Archive co-directors Brian Goeltzenleuchter and Paul Kaplan. If you can’t make the panel discussion, the two exhibitions are on view and open to the public through the end of the month.”

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MSDP (Interview)

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MSDP Interview

View a little piece on a local news channel, WFMJ (an NBC affiliate), titled “A Visual Document of the Environmental, Social and Economic Impact of the Shale Boom” from 5 March:

There was also some other press, including:

  • Photographers show off shale industry images in Youngstown. WKBN (CBS affiliate). 27 March.
  • Exhibitions will get people talking. Vindicator Newspaper (Youngstown). 27 March.
  • Marcellus Shale Documentary Project Comes to YSU. WYSU (NPR affiliate). 8 March. Photo.
  • Marcellus Shale Documentary Project at YSU this month. YSU News. 7 March.
  • Marcellus Shale Documentary Project Travels To Youngstown State University, Ohio. Frack-Free America National Coalition. 2 March. Installation photos.