48 hours after the The Great Tohoku Earthquake & Tsunami struck Japan's northern coast, Jake Price set out from New York to photograph the effects of the disaster where he has been working ever since.
Join us to hear about this truly independent project with award-winning photographer Jake Price who created an immersive document of the devastating event, bringing design, photography, film, audio and code together to create this chronicle of and testament to Fukushima's residents humanity in the face of unspeakable odds.
ABOUT JAKE PRICE
Jake has worked as a free-lance producer for the BBC for over 15 years producing multimedia pieces for BBC In Pictures. Along with James Wellford, senior International Photo editor at Newsweek he founded SeenUnseen which promotes in-depth stories that the mainstream media overlooks.
His immersive media and photography appears in The New York Times, TIME, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Orion Magazine, Newsweek, Le Monde II and others throughout the world.