June 16, 2021
My Guest on this episode is Tara Workman, a Landscape and Nature photographer based in Portland Oregon. She was Born in
Barbados, and moved to the US to pursue a career in Medicine as a family physician. Her imagery is subtle, studied, and unique, and it was a pleasure learning about her approach to photography, the community she has built with other photographers and the way she works.
May 19, 2021
My Guest on this episode is Gritchelle Fallesgon, a Portland Oregon based photographer who specializes in Outdoor Adventure and lifestyle Photography, and the Cycling world. We talked about how she found a career in photography by way of graphic arts, and how she has focused on making art that celebrates diversity and people getting Rad.
Photo credit: @charries_cafe
May 7, 2021
My guest on this episode is Brian Atkins, a Portland Oregon based landscape and lifestyle photographer. Originally from the bay area of California, Brian spends his time alternating between mountain biking, hiking, and photography. We talked about what brought him to the Pacific Northwest and how he started creating imagery for outdoor brands.
March 21, 2021
My guest on this episode is Brian Bear Butler, a Filmmaker, wildlife and nature photographer who lives on the road in a converted school bus camper van.
We talked about how he went from growing up in the Chicago area, to being a full-time mechanic, to spending all of his free time photographing local wildlife, to living on the road and filming projects about things as diverse and big-game hunting and tiny home living. I think you're gonna love the range in the conversation.
March 5, 2021
My Guest on this Episode is Keith Wallach a Wildlife and nature Photographer based on the north Coast of Oregon. Keith's photographs of birds and other wildlife as well as his efforts to use his art to further conservation effots are really inspiring. We talked about how he made the jump into wildlife photography, how that started his relationship with Olympus and how he's tackling using social media in some new ways. Maybe most importatnly, we talked at length about the ideas of using imagery to give voice to wild animals and how we can protect their habitats.
-and per Keith's wishes and consent- the link to his TikTok account!- https://www.tiktok.com/@photo_earth
February 12, 2021
My guest on this episode is Autumn Schrock, a professional travel, landscape and Astro photographer who recently relocated to Salt Lake City after a great run in the Pacific Northwest.
We talked about her experience as a Sony Ambassador, their Alpha Female program, Her obsession with photographing the moon and we dug in a bunch on creativity across artistic disciplines.
January 15, 2021
My guest on this episode is Jay Fram, a commercial lifestyle photographer based here in Portland, by way of St Louis. Jay has broad experience in the Advertising and Editorial field and we spent time talking about a lot of different things.
-Everything from what it's like to work in this business during Covid, how we've dealt with being the at-home parent to our kids doing distance learning, what it's like to reboot your business in a new market, and also how our phones and the apps on them affects us as creative folks.
December 7, 2020
My guest on this episode is Nate Luebbe, an outdoor adventure and commercial photographer based in Seattle Washington.
Nate is back for a second episode of the Podcast to talk about a project that is being unveiled the same day this episode is released.
This project saw him and his team launch a super low light capable camera into the stratosphere in Alaska to film the Northern lights from the edge of space.
The link to the full film is in the shownotes and it's truly breathtaking.
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November 2, 2020
Photo by Hannah Yoon
My Guest on this episode is Alisha Jucevic, a freelance photographer and photojournalist based in Portland Oregon. Alisha has been making a name for herself as a photojournalist on staff with various newspapers throughout the US, and more recently for her freelance coverage of the Wildfires in the part of Southern Oregon where she grew up.
We discussed her coverage of the fires, her recent leap to freelance work, and how she tackles documenting tragic situations.
October 15, 2020
My guest on the episode is Ben Horne. Ben is a large format film photographer based in The San Diego Area. Yup, that's right, large format- the kind where the film is the size of a family portrait and you get to put a cool hood over yourself when you're setting things up.
Ben's approach to photography is incredibly refreshing and his photographs are full of soul.
I think you're gonna love it.