By Jannet Walsh
Here is a video, in English and Spanish, I photographed, produced and edited in the historic city of St. Augustine, Fla, founded in 1565. I just pushed record and walked in front of my video camera mounted on a tripod.
The music you hear in the background is really me playing my flute in my living room and edited in Audacity. A special microphone for my flute was attached and I recorded the music with a digital recorder. I then simply copied and pasted the music "O Son Do Ar" or "Sound of Air" to create the round style of this Galician folk song. Galicia is a region in Spain where the culture of the Celtic, people from Ireland and Scotland, combine their cultures. Please take a look at my work history along with video samples and links to my work.
Photo by Jannet Walsh from "Muslims in Marion" project from 2006
Online video of introduction in English and Spanish
Collection of work: Jannet Walsh
Master of Arts in photography - Ohio University, Athens, Ohio.
Graduation Nov. 23, 1994.
My thesis project from Ohio University, a photojournalist's documentation of Native American in Nebraska, 1990-94, was presented several times to US school children at Department of Defense School AFCENT International School, in the Brunssum, the Netherlands and Geilenkirchen NATO Air Base, Germany, 1994-97.
Bachelor of Science - mass communication with advertising emphasis. Minor in marketing and general business. Saint Cloud State University, Saint Cloud, Minn. Graduation Nov. 21, 1986.
Litchfield High School, Litchfield, Minn. Graduation May 1982.
Staff photographer: Star-Banner, New York Times Regional Media
Group, Ocala, Fla. General assignment photojournalist, including video production. Jan. 1998 to present.
Freelance photographer and writer: The Florida Catholic, 2005 to present.
Freelance photographer: Limburgs Dagblad, Herleen, the Netherlands, a daily Dutch language newspaper; NATO portrait contract, Geilenkirchen NATO Air Base, Germany and other Dutch language publications. Established Dutch registered photo agency JWK Foto. Former member of Dutch Association of Photojournalists. 1995 to 1997.
Paris Crash site 1997 recalled, above, and written story
Staff photographer: Omaha World-Herald, Omaha, Neb. General assignment photojournalist. Served brief time on photo assignment desk. March 1990 to October 1994.
Photo internship: The Flint Journal, Flint, Mich. Fall 1989.
Photo internship: The Milwaukee Journal and Milwaukee Sentinel,
Milwaukee, Wis. Summer 1989.
Graduate teaching assistant: Macintosh Computer teaching assistant,
Ohio University. Spring 1989.
Staff photographer: Beatrice Daily Sun, Beatrice, Neb. May 1987 to
Photo internship: Monticello Times, Monticello, Minn. Summer 1986.
Photo editor: Chronicle, St. Cloud State University newspaper. Spring
1986. Staff photographer Fall 1985, winter 1985 and spring 1986.
HONORS and ENRICHMENT
Dutch: conversational level.
Spanish: limited conversational usage.
Florida Society of Newspaper Editors 2008 Competition, Third Place Online Slideshow, Division C, “Sgt. Crow Remembered.”
Online Spiritual Studies Certificate Program, 2 year program, from St. Thomas University, Miami, Florida. Fall 2006 to Spring 2008.
Florida Press Club Excellence in Journalism Contest 2007, Third Place for photo essay and Third Place for portrait/personality.
Instructor and volunteer in photojournalism at University of Florida Summer Journalism Visitation Program, 2006, 2007 and 2008.
Nominated for Chairman’s Award October 2006, “Muslims in Marion” multimedia project, New York Times Regional Media Group.
Florida Press Club Excellence in Journalism Contest 2006, Third Place for photo Illustration, Class B, for food illustration.
The Stan Kalish Picture Editing Workshop,
Ball State University, Muncie, Ind., June 4 - June 9, 2004.
Star-Banner Journalist of the Month
October 2001 and December 2003.
1991 Second runner-up Nebraska Photographer of the Year
1990 Runner-up Nebraska News Photographer of the Year
The Eddie Adams Workshop, Fall 1989. Jeffersonville, New York.
College Photographer of the Year Contest 1989,
National Press Photographers Association First Place Portrait
Nebraska News Photographers Association Contest 1988 (Division II,
15,000 circulation or less) First Place News, First Place Portrait, Second
Place feature, Third Place Feature and Third Place Portrait. Nebraska Press Association Contest 1988 Third Place Feature
Nebraska Associated Press Contest 1987 Second Place Feature
Member of La Tuna Trinidad, Ocala, Fla., a Spanish language medieval genre band - sing in Spanish and play flute. Sept. 2007 to present.