Some older images photographed for Hofstra University back in 2017 were recently spotted in the university’s new Summer/Fall advertising initiative. | Location: Roosevelt Field Mall and JFK Airport
Hillel offers a variety of conference opportunities to convene Jewish professionals and college students from Hillels around the world. This year the conference was at Long Island’s Hofstra University, a school Jonathan photographed for full-time over two years.
Our assignment was aimed at creating stock imagery for marketing/advertising to be used in both internal/external pieces. The challenge was the attendees schedule did not include any downtime…. at all. So, our photos had to be candid. The next challenge Jonathan had, and was fully aware of prior to arriving on site, was the facilities. At Hofstra University most of the buildings are dimly lit, poorly lit, and are extremely dated. Jonathan in some cases used fill flash to add additional light and other cases photographed with a slower shutter speed and higher ISO than preferred.
Hofstra University's Women's Soccer team (W) vs Eastern Washington University (L)
Joe Peyronnin is an associate journalism professor at Hofstra University, as well as an adjunct journalism professor at New York University. He also serves as a senior advisor and investor to several new media companies. He is also a regular contributor to the Huffington Post.
In 1999, he founded Telemundo Network News and served as its executive vice president until 2006. There he created and launched several Spanish language news programs, including Sin Fronteras, Noticiero Telemundo Fin De Semana, Enfoque, and A Rojo Vivo. He led Telemundo to its first national Emmy Award for round-the-clock coverage of the terrorist attack on New York's World Trade Center.
From 1996 to 1998, he was a media and communications consultant at Osgood, O'Donnell & Walsh, advising corporate 500 firms on communications strategy.
In 1995 and 1996, he was president of Fox News, where he put together the core organization of what would become the Fox News Channel. He also created Fox News Sunday and oversaw several news specials.
Prior to that, Peyronnin served six years, 1989-1995, as vice president and assistant to the president CBS News, the division's number two executive, where he oversaw global newsgathering and news programming, including 60 Minutes, 48 Hours, Sunday Morning, The CBS Evening News, Sunday Morning and CBS This Morning.