Jonathan Woods, senior editor of photo and interactives at TIME, visited the Meek School of Journalism last week as a guest lecturer. Woods, who oversees the photography and interactive components published on TIME.com, visited with journalism students in JOUR 101, 271, and 375 classes on Thursday and Friday, and also conducted a workshop at the Student Media Center.
Recently, Woods spearheaded “Timelapse,” in partnership with Google, Landsat, and Carnegie Mellon University, a 30-year-long time-lapse of satellite images showing global climate change. The project garnered more unique views than any story TIME has published in 2013.
Prior to joining TIME, Woods spent three years with nbcnews.com as a multimedia producer and six as a photojournalist for newspapers ranging from the Gazette in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to the Rocky Mountain News in Denver. You can follow him on Twitter: @jonwoods