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Shooting War Pt2: Ben Brody
Dec 9 • 54 min
Ben Brody is an independent photographer, educator, and picture editor working on long-form projects related to the American wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and their aftermath. His first book, Attention Servicemember, published by Red Hook Editions and…
Shooting War Pt1: Lauren Walsh
Nov 15 • 56 min
Part one of our conversation on shooting war and conflict. Lauren Walsh, an expert on conflict photography, is a professor and writer. She teaches at The New School and New York University, where she is the director of the Gallatin Photojournalism Lab.…
Ep 64: Claire Beckett
Nov 12 • 58 min
Claire Beckett earned a BA in Anthropology at Kenyon College. She then worked as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Benin, West Africa, before going on to earn an MFA in Photography at Mass College of Art.
Ep 63: Capital Gazette Photojournalist Paul Gillespie
Sep 30 • 33 min
Photojournalist Paul Gillespie survived a mass shooting at the Capital Gazette’s offices in Annapolis, Maryland in 2018. In the year since, he has been coping with depression by taking portraits of the surviving journalists at the newspaper.
Ep 62: Pulitzer Prize Winning Photographer David Hume Kennerly
Sep 20 • 69 min
From Vietnam to iPhones, David Hume Kennerly has been a photographer on the front lines of history for fifty years. At 25 he was one of the youngest winners of the Pulitzer Prize in Journalism.
Ep 61: Shooting music and gaming Instagram with Farrah Skeiky
Jul 3 • 56 min
Farrah Skeiky is the creative/culture manager for the LINE DC. A member of to the front, women photograph, women photojournalists of washington, and the contrario collective. She has been shooting music in DC and Baltimore for over a decade.
Ep 60: Grant Scott & The United Nations of Photography
Jun 20 • 58 min
The UN of Photography, founded by Grant Scott and Sean Samuels, is what we consider the most important photo/resource podcast out there. We talk to Grant about his work on his show, the state of UK photography and his work on the Bill Jay doc, Do Not Bend.
Ep 59: Alys Tomlinson
Jun 7 • 65 min
we talk to UK photographer Alys Tomlinson about her Sony World Photography Awards winning series and book, Ex Voto.
Ep 58: Lisa Richman on Race and the FSA
May 31 • 56 min
Richman looks at photos of Mexican-American mothers and families that were made but were left almost wholly unseen—invisible. She argues that representations of Mexican mothers reflected and reinforced the gendered racialization of Mexicans in the US at…
Field Notes: Godlis
May 23 • 34 min
This week we talk to the iconic photographer and chronicler of New York’s punk scene for over 40 years. We caught up with him before his opening in The Bowery.
Ep 56: Roberta Bayley
May 10 • 46 min
An interview with Roberta Bayley, who shot The Ramones, Deborah Harry, The Sex Pistols, and more when she worked at the legendary CBGB club in New York’s Bowery during the 70s. She abruptly quit photography in the early 80s.
Ep 55: Adriana Monsalve
Apr 25 • 66 min
Adriana Monsalve is a storyteller, visual communicator, and independent book publisher. Her collaborative project and publishing company Homie House Press focuses on giving voices to underrepresented communities and marginalized groups, in the US and…
Ep 54: Military Visual Award Winner MSG Michel Sauret
Apr 11 • 54 min
We spoke with the first recipient of the The Military Visual Award, photojournalist Master Sgt. Michel Sauret, who has 16 years of service in the U.S. Army Reserve and a deployment to Iraq in 2008.
Ep 53: Chris Bonanos on his biography of Weegee
Mar 27 • 60 min
Christopher Bonanos is city editor at New York magazine, where he covers arts and culture and urban affairs. He is the author of Instant: The Story of Polaroid. He talks to us about his new book, Flash: The Making of Weegee the Famous.
Ep 52: Jim Mortram on Small Town Inertia
Mar 16 • 52 min
Jim has been photographing the lives of people in his community who, through physical and mental problems and a failing social security system, face isolation and loneliness in their daily lives.
EP 51: Colette Veasey-Cullors
Feb 26
As we wrap up the Black History Month, we interviewed contemporary photographer and educator Colette Veasey-Cullors.
Ep 50: Paul Conroy Talks Marie Colvin and photojournalism in Syria
Feb 5 • 55 min
Photojournalist Paul Conroy talks about his time in Syria and working with journalist Marie Colvin
Ep: 49 NFL Photographer Shawn Hubbard
Jan 24 • 56 min
If you’ve seen an iconic photo of a Baltimore Raven, it’s probably the work of Shawn Hubbard. Hubbard talks about what it takes to shoot in a highly charged football environment and when not to snap a photo.
Ep. 48 Photo Year in Review with Reading the Pictures’ Michael Shaw
Jan 10 • 60 min
2018’s Year in Photojournalism with Reading The Pictures’ Michael Shaw.
Ep. 47 All Things Photobook with Ben Smith
Jan 4 • 64 min
We welcome photographer and podcaster Ben Smith of A Small Voice, based in the UK. We’ll be discussing the year in photobooks, personally bought and otherwise and Ben’s pod in which he speaks to international photographers about their work.
Ep 46: Talking Sports Photography with Kate Frese
Dec 12, 2018 • 51 min
Photojournalist Kate Frese is known for her dynamic photos of the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team as well as her music and editorial work. Frese is the first sports photographer we’ve had on the pod and we couldn’t have been more excited to talk to her…
Ep 45: Writer and Editor Brandon Soderberg on covering the opioid crisis
Nov 28, 2018 • 50 min
Brandon Soderberg is not a photographer but he is a journalist and an open drug user and he came on the show to discuss the problems with “opioid crisis” photography and in general, how the media covers heroin users.
Ep 44: Photojournalist Julia Rendleman
Nov 12, 2018 • 53 min
“I think we have seen the images of needles searching for veins and people in very sad circumstances, living on the streets or prostituting. Some call this ‘needle porn.’ I don’t have any pictures to add to that sort of reporting,”-Julia Rendleman, from…
Ep 43: Spirit Photography with author Peter Manseau
Oct 28, 2018 • 39 min
Author of the book The Apparitionists talks to us about the history of William Mumler, the founder of so-called spirit photography and the manipulation of photographs during the American Civil War. Manseau’s book is sprinkled with the showmanship of P.T.…
Ep 42: Field Notes: The Kids are Alright
Oct 6, 2018 • 29 min
In our first Field Notes episode, we leave the studio and interview photojournalism seniors from the Baltimore School For The Arts who sat down for a candid talk about the future of the industry.
Ep 41: Vox’s Kainaz Amaria on #MeToo in Photojournalism
Sep 26, 2018 • 70 min
This Ep. continues to look a the #MeToo movement in photojournalism with Vox’s Kainaz Amaria,
Ep 40: International Women’s Media Foundation
Aug 31, 2018 • 52 min
Interview with IWMF’s Elisa Lees Muñoz and Chanda Daniels. The IWMF works to unleash the power of female journalists to transform the global news media.
Ep. 39 Nolan Ryan Trowe on shooting while disabled
Jul 31, 2018 • 63 min
New York-based photojournalist Nolan Ryan Trowe discusses his work before and after an accident that left him disabled and his collaboration with Adhiambo Mitchell.
Ep 38 Kristen Chick: Sexual Harassment in the Photojournalism Community
Jul 18, 2018 • 46 min
Two well-known photographers—Antonin Kratochvil and Christian Rodriguez—engaged in serial harassment and that VII, a prestigious collective, and the Eddie Adams Workshop ignored complaints of harassment.
Ep: 37 Laura Beltrán Villamizar
Jun 25, 2018 • 72 min
Laura Beltrán Villamizar is a photography editor and writer born in Bogotá, Colombia. She is the Projects Picture Editor for NPR, working with the organization’s growing efforts to shape their enterprise visual journalism. She is also the founder of…
Ep 36: Kyle Grantham
Jun 3, 2018 • 52 min
This week we talk to National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) outgoing region chair Kyle Grantham about the relevancy of such agencies, working in a small market like Delaware, covering Joe Biden, and his work as a professional photojournalist.
Ep: 35 A.D. Coleman and the Myth of Robert Capa
May 14, 2018 • 66 min
“There’s no denying that Capa experienced a failure of nerve at Omaha Beach and hightailed it out of there as fast as he could.”-A.D. Coleman
Ep 34: World Press and Pulitzer Winners with Allen Murabayashi
May 8, 2018 • 39 min
This week we discuss the past, present (scandals), and future of both the controversial World Press Photo 2018 and Pulitzer winners for photography with our fav photo pundit and Photoshelter co-founder Allen Murabayashi.
Ep: 33 Michele Bogre
Apr 30, 2018 • 64 min
We talk to Michele Bogre author of Photography As Activism: Images for Social Change, and Photography 4.0: A Teaching Guide for the 21st Century, about her books, writings, and her farmer portrait series.
Ep32: Sam Herron
Apr 9, 2018 • 53 min
Photojournalist Sam Herron has a had a difficult road to photography. He photographed homeless from the inside out.
Ep31: Smita Sharma
Mar 30, 2018 • 56 min
Photojournalist Smita Sharma discusses her series Domestic Servitude in India and more…
Ep30: Michael A. McCoy
Mar 20, 2018 • 40 min
Photojournalist and Iraq War veteran Michael A. McCoy drops in the pod to discuss shooting with PTSD, shooting in civilian life, and his project on black Trump supporters. His work has appeared in Time Magazine, Baltimore Sun, Petapixel, and more.
Ep29: Joseph Rushmore
Mar 11, 2018 • 55 min
Joseph Rushmore is a freelance photojournalist currently living in Tulsa, OK. He focuses on breaking news and immersive, in depth stories. He has spent time covering Hurricane Harvey, RNC, DNC, Standing Rock, protests in St. Louis and Tulsa, the opioid…
Ep28: Allen Murabayashi
Mar 5, 2018 • 63 min
Allen Murabayashi, Chairman, Co-founder of Photoshelter, is an avid photographer and frequently speaks on how photographers can use online marketing to grow their businesses. We spoke to him about his essay, Assessing the State of Photojournalism via the…
Ep27: Brent Lewis
Feb 25, 2018 • 53 min
Brent Lewis, senior photo editor of ESPN’s Undefeated site, discusses the magazine market’s lack of POC photographers
Ep26: M. Holden Warren
Feb 17, 2018 • 56 min
Our guest this week is photojournalist and videographer M. Holden Warren. We talked to him about his work on the HBO documentary, Baltimore Rising, covering Ebola, and working in Tonga.
EP25: Daniella Zalcman
Jan 16, 2018 • 39 min
This week we talk with prolific documentary photographer Daniella Zalcman about her insight into colonialism in the United States, as well as her role as founder of Women Photograph, a project elevating the visions of women and non-binary photographers…
EP24: Elizabeth Renstrom
Jan 9, 2018 • 50 min
We’re here with Elizabeth Renstrom, a photographer and photo editor of VICE magazine, talking about the changing landscape of photography online, and the insights of photo editing on such a large-scale platform.
EP23: Matika Wilbur
Dec 20, 2017 • 29 min
This week Matika Wilbur talks about Project 562, her mission to photograph over 562 federally recognized Native American tribes in The United States. Traveling from state to state in her RV, Wilbur is creating an unprecedented body of images and oral…
EP22: BP Miller
Dec 12, 2017 • 46 min
This week we talk with BP Miller, Mid-Atlantic region chair of the National Press Photographers association.
EP21: Mickey H. Osterreicher
Dec 5, 2017 • 49 min
This week we get down to business with lawyer Mickey H. Osterreicher and talk contracts, copyrights, and other legalities. Mickey H. Osterreicher is the General Counsel at the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA), as well as an award winning…
EP20: Gabe Dinsmoor
Nov 29, 2017 • 34 min
This week we talk with Gabe Dinsmoor, one of the cinematographers of the just released HBO film Baltimore Rising , a documentary following several activist and police officers during and after the 2015 uprising that took place in the city. Gabe Dinsmoor…
EP19: Brian Ulrich
Nov 21, 2017 • 48 min
Brian Ulrich’s work focuses on consumer culture, retail spaces , and commercialism as it plays out in the landscape of America. His works been featured in a long list of museums and publications: Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, Museum of…
Ep18 Live at DC Fotoweek
Nov 19, 2017 • 22 min
We took the show on the road to the 10th anniversary of DC Fotoweek. At the beautiful Embassy of Spain, we caught up the photojournalist who caught a now iconic shot from Charlottesville ; celebrity organizers, like for the Magnum at 70 photo-show, and…