New Client: Workhouse is proud to welcome the documentary feature film The Worry and the Wonder, based on National Geographic Editor-in-Chief Chris Johns, into the agency fold.
Presented by Oregon State University, this feature documentary explores photojournalism, the world's most iconic publication, and media disruption through the lives and works of two photographers. National Geographic Editor-in-Chief Chris Johns photographed wildlife around the world during the magazine's heyday, and his daughter Louise dives deep into narratives of wildlife conflict in her adopted home on the edge of Yellowstone National Park. Two voices facing two distinct eras in journalism show us how visual storytelling is more vital than ever as the industry and our entire planet are facing an uncertain future.
World Premiere: Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, February 2024
Oregon Premiere: April 17-18, 2024 at the @RAx in Corvallis
Chris Johns made some of the most recognizable pictures of our time. He's the only field photographer to rise through the ranks of National Geographic to become Editor-In-Chief, heading the world's most iconic magazine during a period of industry disruption, digital transformation, and ecological crises. After spending a career as a journalist walking the tightrope between worry and wonder, he's now being shadowed by a visual artist with her own distinct ethos. His daughter Louise Johns, who picked up a camera as a child during her father's last field assignment, is shaping her own photography vision one image at a time.
Interested media who wish to discuss featuring “The Wonder and the Worry” and provide exclusive insights through interviews with Chris Johns and Director David Alexander Baker are invited to contact Workhouse, CEO Adam Nelson via firstname.lastname@example.org
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