The Candid Frame #110 - Deanne Fitzmaurice March 20, 2011

from The Candid Frame: A Photography Podcast· ·

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Deanne Fitzmaurice  is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist  who is one of those photographers who is helping to redefine storytelling in the digital age. A former staffer for the San Francisco Chronicle she has created award winning stories with still images, but she is also on the forefront of using multimedia as an important photojournalistic tool. Her stories of a young Iraqi boy recovering from horrific wounds to the life of a young mother in a carnival, demonstrate both her keen sense of story and her sensitivity of the …



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Deanne Fitzmaurice  is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist  who is one of those photographers who is helping to redefine storytelling in the digital age. A former staffer for the San Francisco Chronicle she has created award winning stories with still images, but she is also on the forefront of using multimedia as an important photojournalistic tool. Her stories of a young Iraqi boy recovering from horrific wounds to the life of a young mother in a carnival, demonstrate both her keen sense of story and her sensitivity of the humanity of her subjects. www.thecandidframe.com, thecandidframe@gmail.com