Schuneman Symposium for Photojournalism & New Media:
image. immersion. impact.
::: photojournalism ::: drones ::: publication design ::: explanation graphics ::: documentary filmmaking ::: virtual reality ::: digital storytelling :: video :::
Presented by the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism & the School of Visual Communication :: Scripps College of Communication, Ohio University © 2016

Tuesday, March 15 :: All presentations are in Baker Center Theater, Second Floor

Allison Wichie

Allison Wichie
Cox Media Group

Nadine Ajaka

Nadine Ajaka
The Atlantic


Tim Minton
Zazoom Media

Robert Padavik

Robert Padavik

Nigel Holmes

Nigel Holmes
Explanation Graphics

Tim Matsui

Tim Matsui

9 a.m. Allison Wichie (Cox Group multimedia reporter), Nadine Ajaka (associate producer for video at The Atlantic), and Tim Minton (Co-founder and CEO of Zazoom Media Group) // Different Ways To Tell Stories with Video [watch streaming video]
10:30 a.m. Robert Padavik (Gannett’s lead producer for emerging forms of storytelling) // Virtual Reality Storytelling: Opportunities And Challenges [watch streaming video]
1:30 p.m. Nigel Holmes (infographics legend, founder of Explanation Graphics) // Is Humor Allowed In Information Graphics? [watch streaming video]
3:05 p.m.Tim Matsui (director/photojournalist) // Photojournalism: Agent for Change [watch streaming video]

Tuesday evening, March 15 :: Athena Cinema (20 S Court St, Athens, OH)

7:00 p.m. Tim Matsui (director/photojournalist) // Free screening of The Long Night

Wednesday, March 16 :: All presentations are in Baker Center Theater, Second Floor

Amos Chapple

Amos Chapple

Mickey Osterreicher

Mickey Osterreicher

2:00 p.m.Amos Chapple (freelance photojournalist) // The Short-Lived Golden Age of Drone Photography [watch streaming video]
3:05 p.m.Mickey Oesterreicher (freelance photojournalist) // Look. Up In The Sky – It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a . . . Drone!” [watch streaming video]
4:10 p.m.Panel discussion with all speakers


Allison Wichie :: WHIO-TV and Cox Media Group Ohio multimedia reporter based in Springfield, Ohio; 2012 graduate of Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism; started with WHIO’s breaking news team and worked in their digital department; born and raised in Troy, Ohio
Nadine Ajaka :: Curator and associate producer for video at The Atlantic; Fulbright scholar and 2012 graduate of Ohio University with degrees in broadcast journalism and global studies; spent two years in Jordan and Iraq; was photographer/videographer for the Iraq mission of the International Organization for Migration
Tim Minton :: Co-founder and CEO of Zazoom Media Group; oversaw the build out of the company’s Web video distribution network; was a news correspondent with more than 20 years of on-air experience; 18-time Emmy winner, appeared on both NBC-4 and ABC-7 in New York
Nigel Holmes :: Born in England; moved to New York in 1978 to be Graphics Director of Time; founded Explanation Graphics in 1994; clients include American Express and The Smithsonian Institution; work has appeared in National Geographic and The New York Times; author of eight books on information design
Mickey Osterreicher :: Lawyer and award-winning photojournalist with over 40 years’ experience in print and broadcast; work has appeared in The New York Times, Time, Newsweek; actively involved as legal counsel in issues such as cameras in the courtroom, the federal shield law, media access, public photography and drones
Robert Padavik :: Gannett’s lead producer for Virtual Reality, 360 Degree video and other emerging forms of storytelling; began career with CNN and later worked with NBC News; implemented multimedia strategies for nonprofit campaigns in Africa; graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism
Tim Matsui :: Emmy-nominated visual journalist; most recent project, the award-winning documentary “The Long Night”; clients have included Newsweek, Stern, Der Spiegel, GEO, Wired and many other U.S. and international publications; partners with nonprofits and corporations to inform and engage, using media for social change
Amos Chapple :: New Zealand native; early drone adapter and freelance photographer who has traveled through 67 countries; produced landmark drone photography project “Air,” which includes photos from across Europe, India and Russia; first international project was shooting UNESCO World Heritage sites