The Centre for Investigative Journalism
The Centre for Investigative Journalism

Nicholas Masterton

Nicholas Masterton works at Forensic Architecture, focusing on the spatialisation of video and other open source media. He studied architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture and the Architectural Association (AA), where he carried out research into the nature of digital labour through the orchestration of crowdsourced tasks. He graduated from the AA in 2015 with RIBA Part II. He currently teaches a digital skills workshop at the AA for Diploma Unit 3. Prior to joining the team in 2017 Nicholas worked at Wilkinson Eyre Architects and KTB Architecture.

Summer Conference Event
 — Workshop

Forensic Journalism: Image and Spatial Analysis in Investigative Reporting

Forensic Architecture work on human rights violation investigations with a range of different partners, from international prosecutors to media organisations. This session will provide an insight on this work from the mindset of both an architect and a journalist, with examples and workshop exercises in image analysis, geo-locating, and interpreting video.