Gregory S. Marinovich

Lecturer on Journalism in the College of Communication, Boston University

Born in South Africa in 1962, Greg Marinovich is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer and co-author of The Bang Bang Club (Basic Books, 2001) and author of Murder at Small Koppie (Penguin, 2016).

He has spent twenty-five years doing conflict, documentary, and news photography around the globe. He has made several documentary films. He was a World Press Photo judge in 1994 and 2005.

He received the Nat Nakasa award for courageous journalism.

Marinovich was editor-in-chief of the Twenty Ten Project, managing one hundred African journalists in all forms of media. He teaches workshops and talks on photography and storytelling.

He was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University in 2013-14 and teaches photojournalism and film at Boston University.

Contact

marinovichg@gmail.com

Courses with Gregory S. Marinovich

Fall term 2017

Exposing Digital Photography

This course combines learning the basic techniques of digital photography with photojournalism, documentary photography, and an introduction to art photography. The goal is to enable students to expand their knowledge of photography in both the technical and aesthetic sense and to effectively use photographic software tools, develop a reliable workflow, and manage their archives.

Spring term 2018

Exposing Digital Photography

This course combines learning the basic techniques of digital photography with photojournalism, documentary photography, and an introduction to art photography. The goal is to enable students to expand their knowledge of photography in both the technical and aesthetic sense and to effectively use photographic software tools, develop a reliable workflow, and manage their archives.