Working on a photography project can be a daunting process, yet essential for a photographer
who wants to be recognized as an author. Taking on a project is a great way to get yourself out of a photography rut and take your career to the next level. But what does it take to make a good photography project? During the workshop we'll look at the most successful contemporary and past projects and understand which are the features that made them relevant, published, shared and got their authors exhibition opportunities, prizes and grants.
Mauro Bedoni was born in Italy in 1979 and graduated from the University of Padua with a de- gree thesis on Photojournalism. In 2007 he started working as the photo editor of COLORS Maga- zine and assigned more than 150 photographers in 60+ countries. In the same period, for Fabrica, the Benetton’s communication research center, he worked as a talent scout and producer for the editorial and photography department. In 2015, he moved to New York and worked as a freelance photo editor on the 2016 TIME 100 issue. Back to Europe, in 2017 he served as programme manager at FORMAT international photography festival. From 2018 he started working as a freelance
The program Rich and Famous is funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and the City of Berlin. Therefore, only photographers from Berlin can participate.