Have you guys been watching those awesome videos on the do1thing multimedia page?
Well, here’s the man who literally spent hundreds of hours editing video interviews and helping other photographers put their videos together. He edited images, produced videos, troubleshooted technical issues and was an all around great guy always willing to help anyone.
If you ever wondered if there’s still an old fashioned good guy out there? Well, we found one. THANK YOU Curt, Penn State and all the interns across the country.
Curt Chandler brings more than 25 years of newsroom experience in print and online to the classroom, where he teaches communications and multimedia.
Before coming to Penn State, Chandler was the editor for online innovation and director of photography for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He also taught at Duquesne University from 1998 to 2005.
Chandler’s professional background also includes experience at the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Ogden Standard-Examiner in Utah and the Pueblo Chieftan in Colorado.
Chandler has also participated in the Poynter Institute Picture Editing and Newsroom Leadership workshop and has organized seminars conducted by the Online News Association. He has presented at seminars conducted by the National Press Photographers Association and the Society for News Design. He is a founding faculty member of the University of Kentucky-affiliated Picture Kentucky workshop, which began in 2004.
Chandler has also co-authored and published an APME Update titled “How Web + Print + Cutbacks Can Still = Success” in April 2006.