A big congratulations to PSC Graduate Chris Hopkins for being named the WINNER of the Nikon-Walkley Photo of the Year prize 2020 for his image 'I Want to Hold her Hand' for The Age. It is one of the highest accolades for journalism in Australia – and this is his second Walkley award.
Today, PSC's Master of Arts Photography Convenor, Dr. Kristian Häggblom launched 'Two Inadequate Voices' – a digital platform where image-makers/thinkers from around the world contribute a paired text and image, such as the one above that is by Japanese photographer Yukari Chikura.
PSC Senior Fellow and World-Renowned Photojournalist Michael Coyne writes about being isolated in the most remote and dangerous places.
Michael's work has appeared in National Geographic, The New York Times and Time Magazine. He is also a Fujifilm X Ambassador, author of numerous books and winner of many international awards.
This story has been repurposed from an article in Better Photography Magazine.
Topics: In the Press
PSC Bachelor of Photography Graduate Cassandra Catic launches her new podcast 'Blossom For Each Day'.
Cassandra's new weekly series is about sharing authentic conversations with creative business owners, including fellow photographers, artists and entrepreneurs, who have channeled their mindset into manifesting success.
Photography Studies College Melbourne (PSC) is adapting to the rapidly changing educational landscape by introducing new ways of creating an engaging live face-to-face learning experience for students off-campus.
ComparED is a new government website providing prospective students with relevant and transparent information about Australian higher education institutions from the perspective of current students and recent graduates. Photography Studies College achieved the highest rating in Photography nationally by the Australian Government Department of Education funded organisation. Read about how to easily navigate through this useful resource below, and the categories where PSC topped other tertiary institutions across the nation.
Martika Shakoor, PSC Advanced Diploma student, talks about her experience with the PSC/Amnesty International Australia Photographers Network. She is a second-generation Afghan who is specialising in photojournalism and documentary photography. Along with her keen interest in human rights, she was an ideal candidate to be trained by Amnesty International as a volunteer photographer, given photographic briefs and accompany active campaigners to document events. Continuing this year, this initiative aims to provide PSC students with new opportunities to gain experience as working photographers and extend their network.
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