The Flood of Rights: David Campbell

Participant(s)  David Campbell
Year  2013

David Campbell is a writer, researcher, teacher, videographer, and multimedia producer engaged in the analysis and production of visual storytelling, drawing on both academic and practice-based experience. Campbell’s research examines how photojournalism works, the opportunities multimedia bring, and the challenges presented by the revolutions in the new media economy.

In his creative practice Campbell collaborates on multimedia stories, shoots documentary video, and curates visual research projects. Author of six books and some 50 articles, as well as a major 2013 report on multimedia for World Press Photo, Campbell works freelance but retains a number of academic affiliations: he is Visiting Professor in the Northern Centre of Photography at Sunderland University and Honorary Professor in the School of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Queensland, Australia.

He also lectures on the MA International Multimedia Journalism at Beijing Foreign Studies University and contributes to the Diploma in Multimedia Journalism at the Konrad Adenaeur Center for Asian Journalism at the Ateneo University de Manila in the Philippines.


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