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Time magazine photo editor to speak at Ryerson

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Natalie Matutschovsky, a former Ryerson image arts student and Time magazine’s current senior photo editor, is flying in from New York to give a guest lecture for the IMA Student Lecture Series this Thursday, alongside Jason Logan, the creative director of all Rogers’ publications.

Before joining Time as the associate photo editor in 2010, Matutschovsky headed photography for The Walrus, of which Logan was the founding art director. She was also the photo editor of Modern Painters and Culture+Travel, as well as the senior photo researcher for The New Yorker.


At Time she contributes to weekly features and special roundup packages, such as Time 100 and great performance portraits. Matutschovsky also edits the magazine’s Culture section.

She will be discussing her current and past memorable projects at Time, and her journey from a Ryerson IMA graduate to Time senior photo editor.
Logan is the creative director of Rogers Publishing and Special Projects, a cover designer, the founding art director at Guilt & Pleasure and The Walrus, and a regular contributor to The New York Times and The Globe and Mail. Check out his interactive “Scents of the City” infographic on The Times‘s website.  It maps the variety of “disgusting or enticing; delicate or overpowering” smells that emerge in the city’s summer heat.
I know I will definitely be attending this event to hear what advice Matutschovsky and Logan have to give a room filled with some up-and-coming graduates like me. I hope you and a friend or two can also take some time out of your evening to attend this lecture as well.
The event is free and open to students and the public. It will be held in IMA 307, 122 Bond Street, from 7 to 9 p.m.  Check out the event’s Facebook group or the Student Lecture Series’ Twitter for more updates on future lectures.
Lead image by Jason Logan.


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