7TH ANNUAL BDC PORTFOLIO REVIEW
Sat, May 4th, 2019 l 10AM - 4PM
Get your work seen during 5 one-on-one sessions with the industry’s top photo editors.
Register here today!
Sign up to meet and get critiqued by the top photo editors and photographers from The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Intercept, Reuters and more.
With a widespread network representing internationally-renowned photographers and filmmakers, the BDC utilizes its resources and connections in order to offer expert guidance and unique perspectives to nurture new talent within the field.
The BDC’s annual portfolio review provides photographers and Bronx Photo League members an opportunity to present and receive feedback from a remarkable range of the top photo editors from The New York Times, TIME Magazine, Magnum Foundation, Open Society Foundations, The Wall Street Journal, Getty Images, Sports Illustrated, and other publications. Many participants have received assignments as a result of the review; some say it has jumpstarted their careers.
“Without a doubt, the portfolio review was the best thing I've ever done for my career. It really blew up after I came to the BDC's review. I have gotten more than 50 assignments from the NY Times, Newsday, and The Washington Post. The connections I made took my career to a place I was hoping for, but thought not possible for many years.” Participant, 2015 Portfolio Review
The BDC’s annual five-day Photobook Masterclass workshop is led by Teun van der Heijden and Sandra van der Doelen of the Heijdens Karwei design studio (Netherlands) and photographer Ying Ang (Australia). The Masterclass covers all aspects of how to turn a body of work into a book, from the editing and compiling process to concept development, taking into consideration design issues like choice of size, paper, grid, and typography, while providing guidance on the printing process. This workshop is designed for established photographers who are interested in working on a concept, and editing and sequencing a book. All photographers are expected to collaboratively problem solve and explore the shift from singular images to a full-length photobook in a critical and rigorous environment of photographic analysis. The number of participants is limited to 12 to ensure sufficient time for participants to thoroughly edit their work and walk away with a photobook mock-up.
The BDC has offered the following workshops:
Beginner Analog Photography | Brian Young
Photobook Workshop | Bonnie Briant + Bobbie Richardson