Christopher Morris discusses how political photography transformed his vision as a photographer and brought him to the realization that he is a visual anthropologist. With examples of his work from projects such as My America and Americans, he demonstrates the evolution of his images into a purer form and shares with you his current work.
This lecture was originally hosted at VII Interactive, a new resource for sharing insights and information on the craft of visual storytelling. We are building different platforms within the VII ecosystem, where the public can engage directly, online with a live instructor. VII Interactive offers programming that is free and available to everyone, in addition to paid classes and individual mentoring that can be fashioned to your needs.