Lecture: Beb Reynol

Reporting Beyond U.S. Borders

March 22 | 6:30pm

Photojournalist Beb REYNOL will share the origins of his interest in the visual narrative, as well as his approach to finding stories, from Afghanistan, where armed conflicts prevail,to unreported issues in regions of Uganda.

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Documentary Photography for Social Change Intensive Workshop

Join renown photojournalist Beb REYNOL for an intensive workshop devoted to exploring the role that documentary photography can play in promoting social change from global to local issues. Through lectures, assignments, and critiques, students will work to develop their own photographic story.


About Beb Reynol:

Beb REYNOL is a documentary photographer and a photojournalist focusing on socio-cultural and political stories. On assignments in Afghanistan, Beb walked across the border from Pakistan to work alongside Afghan photojournalists for AINA Media, a French NGO contributing to independent media development. He trained local photographers with a UNICEF anti-child-labor photo campaign while he created a photo documentary titled Forced Destiny. The photo reportage garnered him international media attention, including being featured in a Canadian national broadcasting television program for Radio-Canada. Beb also collaborated with Afghanistan Development & Peace Research Organization (ADPRO) in Kabul where he continues to work in the education of Afghan photojournalists.