Keith Jenkins General Manager for Digital Media at Nat Geo speaking at NOVA Alexandria Campus March 31

The NOVA Photography + Media Program at Alexandria is pleased to announce a special event on

Tuesday March 31st in the Bisdorf Auditorium Room AT196 at 7 pm.

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National Geographic’s Keith Jenkins will share his leading edge perspectives in a presentation on the future of digital media for photographers, videographers, editors, and anyone interested in our changing media landscape.

Keith Jenkins is the General Manager for Digital at National Geographic, where he oversees the Society’s online presence and staff. In the short time he has been at NGS, Jenkins and his team launched Proof, NGS’s photo blog, and helped grow Your Shot, NGS’s online photo site, into a thriving community.

Jenkins came to National Geographic from NPR.org, where he served as Supervising Senior Producer for Multimedia.  Before NPR, he wore many hats at The Washington Post—staff photographer, photography editor, and Deputy Assistant Managing Editor for Photo.

Jenkins is a distinguished speaker on photography and multimedia. He is currently an adjunct professor at Georgetown University.

Jenkins has won numerous awards, including Emmys and Webbys. In  2007 Jenkins was the photo editor for The Washington Post’s Pulitzer Prize-winning series on Walter Reed Army Medical Center. He has also won awards from World Press Photo, The White House News Photographers Association, and the National Press Photographer’s Association. Jenkins is a graduate of Brandeis University and Boston University School of Law.

For more information contact Page Carr by email lcarr@nvcc.edu

Or visit www.nova.edu/alexandria/visual/photo

PS Free parking in the DAWES Garage (they won’t tell you this, but it’s true so don’t accidentally pay)

If you’d like to listen to a recent lecture by Keith at Brown University click here.

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