Developing a Documentary Project
from Start to Finish
ONLINE | 22 June 2024

This online workshop aims to give participants an overview of how to develop a photography project, from the ideation phase all the way to the project's completion and publication. An A-Z overview that will help guide you with any current or future projects you plan on embarking upon.

As part of this one-day online workshop, we have created three sessions with three different mentors:


Full-time photojournalist, Micah will be sharing his process for developing short and long-term projects, go into file organization, discuss the importance of writing and how to pitch to different media outlets.


Full-time journalist (and you guessed it, Micah's wife and long-time collaborator), Kayla will share some best practices when it comes to writing and how to use it to the advantage of your visual projects. 


Photographer and co-founder of The Raw Society, Jorge will share the strategies he uses to build an audience and create your personal 'brand' as a photographer. 


The workshop will cover the following topics:

-- Photography development from start to finish including ideation, execution, and publishing

-- Developing your visual style

-- How to build an audience for your photography

-- Pitching to media outlets

-- Publishing a zine or book of your work

-- Writing as a tool to complement your photographs
-- File management and the importance of backing up your work



11am - 12:30pm EST with Micah Green

2pm - 3:30pm EST with Kayla Green

4pm - 5:30pm EST with Jorge Delgado-Ureña



A link will be sent to you upon sign-up


Members: 20€

Non-Members: 40€

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Micah Green

Born in Texas and living much of his childhood in Laurel, Mississippi, Micah Green graduated from Mississippi State University in Starkville, Miss. He began taking photographs while working at The Commercial Dispatch. He has since worked with many local newspapers around the South, while also freelancing for clients like The New York Times, Bloomberg, and Reuters. Green recently was published in the 39th edition of the American Photography Annual, he's had exhibitions of his work in South Carolina and Mississippi and was featured in The Raw Society Magazine Issue One & Two with his stories: On The American South: Perspectives from a Perpetual Optimist and American Journalism & Local News.


Kayla Green

Kayla Green, writer and copy editor-in-chief for The Raw Society Magazine, has worked in the trenches of local journalism since 2009. After earning her bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Florida, she worked her way up from reporter to her current role as executive editor for a group of newspapers. She is part of a three-person leadership team that turns failing family-owned newspapers into profitable business models through advertising and newsroom makeovers, transforming traditionally print-only outlets into full-fledged multimedia companies. She currently serves in that role for two properties, The Sumter Item in Sumter, South Carolina, and Gulf Coast Media, in Baldwin County, Alabama, that publish a total of five newspapers. She has been awarded on the state and national level for her writing and newsroom leadership, including Editor & Publisher's 25 Under 35 Next Gen of News Professionals and reporting on topics ranging from art and entertainment to heroin addiction and child trafficking.


Jorge Delgado-Ureña

Renowned Spanish photographer, resident mentor and co-founder of The Raw Society, Jorge Delgado-Ureña has taught dozens of photography workshops all over the world. Jorge has over 15 years of experience in photography and an innate ability for teaching. He’s been published in several local and international magazines, including National Geographic, Ijsberg Magazine, La Vanguardia, Publico, Fisheye Magazine to name a few. His photographs have also been exhibited in El Colegio de Periodistas and Lomography Embassy in Barcelona, Lensculture Berlin 2017, The Independent Photographer Berlin 2018 and he is currently working on the publication of two books of his photography from Cuba and Morocco.



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