About 10 Frames Per Second
We're a weekly podcast exploring topics of photojournalism through the eyes of working photojournalists. Aiming to go beyond tech talk, 10FPS focuses on the heart of photojournalism: why and how we do what we do. Each week we will feature a new guest from the field and ask what drives them.
Hosted by J.M Giordano and Elena Volkova, produced by Audrey Gatewood and John Devecka at the WLOY studio at Loyola University Maryland.
Elena Volkova is a professor of photojournalism at Stevenson University. She was born and raised in Kiev, Ukraine, and moved to the U.S. in 1994. She earned two degrees from the Maryland Institute College of Art: an MFA in Studio Arts as well as a BFA in Photography. She has received several recognitions and awards, including the Janis Meyer Traveling Fellowship, Hamiltonian Fellowship, Sondheim semi-finalist awards well as Vermont Studio Fellowship. She has exhibited her work regionally and internationally.
J.M. Giordano is an award-winning photojournalist based in Baltimore. His work has been featured in GQ, The Observer, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Washington Post, The Baltimore City Paper, i-D Magazine, Discovery Channel Inc., Rolling-Stone, XLR8R. His work, from the Struggle series is in the permanent collections at the Smithsonian Museum of African American History and the Reginald Lewis Museum. In 2015 he was short-listed for the National Gallery's Outwin Boochever Portrait Prize.