This article and interview with Joseph Gamble’s were published on WUSF News. Longtime Floridian Joseph Gamble has a new exhibition at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts in Tampa. It’s his largest exhibition ever, which encompasses a sort of retrospective of his entire body of work, and photographs he’s...

Colorado Mountain College’s Isaacson School for New Media professor Klaus Kocher wins honorable mention San Jose, Costa Rica. Photo by Isaacson School for New Media photography professor Klaus Kocher Entries to the Rotarian Magazine’s international photography contest, The Best Shot, came from around the world. The...

Last May, a group of students – Seth Anderson, Kate Lapides and Becky Aurora Thompson – from the Isaacson School for New Media produced a short documentary video about a paralyzed dog named Ernie. A rescue dog from the Colorado Animal Rescue shelter, on the Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs – Spring...

Isaacson School for New Media alum Patrick Badalian captured the spirit of Aspen Highland’s Ski Patrol’s end of season celebration.  Countless patrollers across Colorado have trained at EMT classes at CMC. Thanks for all you do at all our Colorado resorts: Creating safe terrain and saving lives is hard work. Enjoy the...

This article aired on Aspen Public Radio.  Standing on stage and telling a very personal story can take nerves of steel. Tonight, more than a handful of locals are giving it a try. The event is similar to the radio show The Moth. It’s part of a new local series by Justice Snow’s and Colorado Mountain...

Inaugural Isaacson School and Justice Snow’s “Writ Large” event takes place tonight, Jan. 14, at 8:30 p.m. This article was first published in the Aspen Times. By Andrew Travers. Justice Snow’s and the Isaacson School for New Media at Colorado Mountain College are launching a new storytelling series this week at the...

Since 2008, photographers around the world have taken portraits, often of people in need, through the organization Help-Portrait, then printed and delivered them free of charge. Professional photo program students in CMC’s Isaacson School donated their time to Help-Portrait for the fifth year running Friday night, Dec....

New headset makes virtual reality mobile Wall Street Journal Video recently reviewed Altergaze, a 3D-printed headset which connects to smartphones, giving users a virtual reality experience from their mobile device. For the review, WSJ Video sought the expertise of Steve Kaufman, an instructor at Colorado Mountain...

Today’s biggest innovations are coming from the combination of human inspiration and computer-processing power This article first appeared in the Wall Street Journal – By Walter Isaacson Mr. Isaacson, chief executive of the Aspen Institute, is the author of biographies of Steve Jobs, Albert Einstein and Benjamin...

Walter Isaacson announces Fullerton pledge [ASPEN] – Today Walter Isaacson, president and CEO of the Aspen Institute, announced the first $1 million pledge to the Isaacson School for New Media at Colorado Mountain College. John Fullerton and his wife, Jessica, explain why they are supporting the Isaacson School for New...