Event Fee $ 450.00 includes all meals and lodging dbl occ. cabin rooms
$ 425.00 includes all meals and tent camping
Location Pinpoint & Sandlfy, GA (near Savannah)
limited 8-10 students
Pinpoint and Sandfly are historic African American small-town communities near Savannah, Georgia, currently at risk from regional growth and development pressures. Georgia Conservancy works to protect these and other threatened communities throughout Georgia through their Blueprints for Successful Communities Program. Accomplished documentary and editorial photographer JD Scott works with students in real world assignment settings with community leaders and other residents to create meaningful photographic images that tell the story of people and place. These photographs will record and preserve the cultural heritage of Pinpoint and Sandfly, many of whose residents trace their ancestry through Georgia’s coastal Gullah/Gechee culture. Students’ photographs may be selected to be used by Georgia Conservancy to advocate for the protection of these communities or in a documentary photography exhibit. This is an SPC “Eye on the World” workshop.
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About the Instructor
J.D. Scott has worked for over 20 years as a professional photographer; based in Atlanta he specializes in creating evocative photographs in the studio and on location around the world for advertising, corporate, editorial, healthcare and social institutions. Among his advertising and corporate clients include Accenture, Coca-Cola, Earthlink, GlaxoSmithKline, IBM, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, St. Joseph’s Hospital, American Cancer Society,, Duke University, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops, and The Alliance Theater. Editorial credits include the New York Times, USA Today, Ebony Magazine, Los Angeles Times, and National Geographic, among others.
J.D. is also passionate about documenting the work of organizations that benefit the world, locally and globally, to help bring their efforts to the attention of a wider audience. Internationally, these have included CARE, The Carter Center, the Synergos Institute, and World Vision, with a host of assignments abroad, especially in Africa. Shortly after 9/11, J.D. was part of an expedition into a remote part of the Sahara Desert in West Africa that was organized by the U.S. Ambassador to Niger to highlight areas and people seldom seen by Americans.