Visual Journalist & Content Manager | Gerald Holubowicz
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ABOUT

Journalist, digital media producer, interactive story designer, author and lecturer, Gerald Holubowicz is currently working at Racontr.com as Content Manager and Digital Project Manager.

 

He founded and directed a small interactive studio called Chewbahat for about 4 years and since it’s inception, he’s the president of Storycode Paris (a group focusing on digital storytelling and digital transformation of societies) that he co-founded back in 2012.

 

Previously, Gerald has worked as photojournalist for more than 12 years for various world renowned photo agencies such as Laif, Polaris images or Abaca in France and in the U.S, covering political, economical and entertainment news. A career that provided him with a well rounded understanding of how to bridge the gap between visual journalism, technology & storytelling. (visit his portfolio)

SIDE PROJECTS

As side projects along these years, he also participated in the creation and launch of the professional mailing list for French photographers “EP France” (170 members and counting) and the creation and launch of Haytham Pictures photo agency for which he has created the visual identity.
He’s now working on Storydesign.fr where he explores the art and science of innovative storytelling for non-fiction work and the influence of Design on Journalism.
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GERALD HOLUBOWICZ

Visual Journalist | Digital Project Manager & Content Manager |
Lecturer & Conference organiser

PRODUCTION & TEACHING

He’s been the lead author and co-director of “Moneyocracy” a Transmedia documentary about Political Campaign Finance Laws in the U.S published on “Lemonde.fr” in 2012 and available on Hulu.com. Later, his work on the interactive documentary “Grozny: 9 Cities” lead him to receive the 2014 Web Journalism Trophy at the prestigious Bayeux War Correspondent Festival.

 

Since 2010, he’s committed to share his passion for journalism, storytelling and new media and teaches interactive storytelling and interactive journalism courses in various schools such as the Journalism school of Sciences Po Paris, Sciences Po Annecy (Transmedia Master degree), the CFJ and CFPJ schools (Paris), INA (French National Institute of Audiovisual), the EJDG journalism school of the Stendhal University (in Grenoble) and at EMI-CFD Paris among others.

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