On Nov. 7, 2011, former director of photography at TIME magazine MaryAnne Golon spoke to students at the WVU P.I. Reed School of Journalism on the current state of visual journalism.
Golon is currently the consulting director of photography and multimedia for AARP. In her work with AARP she provides direction on design and multimedia production. Her multimedia work helps the non-profit raise awareness in issues like elderly hunger. Here are two pieces that Golon presented during her talk:
Hungry in America: A Harvest Out of Reach
Hungry in America: A Little Goes a Long Way