Prime Collective

Workshops and Journalist Training

Prime’s workshops, journalist training programs, and participation in international photography festivals provide coaching, mentorship, and professional development for working and aspiring visual journalists alike.

Workshops and Journalist Training

Prime’s workshops, journalist training programs, and participation in international photography festivals provide coaching, mentorship, and professional development for working and aspiring visual journalists alike.

 
Juanita Escobar, winner of the National Geographic Award at the San José Foto Portfolio Review

Juanita Escobar, winner of the National Geographic Award at the San José Foto Portfolio Review

San José Foto 2016

San José Foto is an international photo festival located in San José de Mayo, Uruguay. With an international focus, its main goal is to bring photography into this inland region of Uruguay and closer to ordinary people with the use of new formats and unconventional spaces. Facades, bars, containers, streets, and storefronts all serve to engage the public with the images, promoting reflection and interaction.

 
Prime Collective workshop at Oso Bay Biennial XVIII. Corpus Christi, Texas, April 2014

Prime Collective workshop at Oso Bay Biennial XVIII. Corpus Christi, Texas, April 2014

Oso Bay Biennial XVIII

The Oso Bay Biennial XVIII is organized by Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi in partnership with Prime Collective, K Space, The Art Museum of South Texas, House of Rock, and the Art Center of Corpus Christi in the Corpus Christi educational and art community. There will be a series of exhibitions, workshops, panel discussions and multimedia presentations throughout Corpus Christi.

Workshops

Catering to both novices and budding professionals, our workshops allow us to share both the knowledge gleaned from years of working with top publications as well as the deep love of places we're lucky enough to live and work. Prime photographers have partnered with National Geographic on its series of international photo camps in Rwanda, Norway, and Mexico, taught young photographers at festivals in Texas and Uruguay, and in 2018 we will collaborate with the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center to offer a 10-day workshop in Patagonia.