This Week in Photo
In this episode, it's a long-overdue catch-up chat with my friend Valérie Jardin! We take a deep dive into her perspectives and personal dogma pertaining to her style of Street Photography. You'll also learn why she thinks "Street Photography" is a misle.
In this week's episode, I have a fantastic conversation with the amazing Digital Storyteller and Content Strategist Amy DeLouise! We discuss creativity, filmmaking, and what it takes to be a multi-platform content creative. Web: amydelouise.comWeb: galsn.
In this episode, I speak with veteran street photographer Gerard Exupery. Gerard has been photographing the story of New York City for several decades and has a very unique perspective on "The Big Apple". We discuss the art of photographing strangers in .
In this interview, CreativeLive's Kenna Klosterman and I discuss photography education, finding your niche, and her "mindful adventures" trips. We also chat about gear acquisition syndrome, also known as GAS, and how to combat it. Kenna Klosterman is a t.
In this episode, I catch up with Adobe's Brenda Milis- Principal of Creative and Consumer Insights. We dive into the mainstream trends that set the stage for your creative work in 2021. Brenda is a photo industry veteran and experienced creative director.
In this episode, I speak with Alexis Hunley. She's a photographer based in Los Angeles California. Recently she has found herself in the middle of intersecting world events — photographing Black Lives Matter protests and Trump rallies... all in a city t.
This week I chat with futurist and filmmaker, Maxim Jago. We talk about his latest project, The Creativity Conference, taking place January 22nd - 24th. It's a completely free virtual event for creatives featuring 90 presentations, 67 speakers, 7 panels,.
In this interview Kaylee Greer and I discuss her amazing career creating wonderful photographs of dogs, and teaching others to do the same. We have a fascinating discussion about story, vision, and pursuing your passion.
In this first TWIP episode of 2021, I'm joined by the amazingly talented Fujifilm X-Photographer, Karen Hutton! Karen and I discuss her creative approach and drive, and the force behind her to create. We also discuss her decision to switch from Mac to W.
In this interview, I sit down with skateboarding and sports photographer Atiba Jefferson. Atiba is a recent inductee into the Canon Explorer of Light Program. He has a style as diverse and energetic as his personality! Atiba and I discuss his career path.