October 20, 2021
My Guest on this episode is Kristopher Shinn, a Seattle Washington based photographer. I got to know Kris through his film photography project, By Way of Water, documenting his time on the Ferries around the Seattle area.
In addition to being a fantastic photographer, he has become a leader in the NFT photography community over the last few months. We talked about everything from his background growing up in the bay area of California pursuing music and sports to how he found himself making images on a rediscovered film camera that belonged to his father.
This was a fun conversation and I hope you enjoy!
October 2, 2021
My Guest on this episode is Brynn Alise Schmidt, a Colorado based Nature, Wildlife and landscape photographer. Brynn has a breathtaking portfolio of imagery that spans locations, conditions and subjects. We talked about what it takes to be a wildlife photographer, the ethics involved as well as the carbon footprint of being a photographer.
September 4, 2021
My Guest on this episode is Matt Payne, a Landscape photographer, mountain climber and podcast host based in Colorado.
In addition to making stunning photos in incredibly remote mountain areas, Matt has one of the most extensive guest lists ever on his podcast F Stop Collaborate and Listen.
We talked about his current book project, our thoughts on the differences and similairties between those who spend time outdoors for recreation and landscape photographery. We also spent some time digging in on the ecological impact of NFT's and how that affects our decision making as people who love nature.
August 27, 2021
My Guest on this eposide is Jerad Armijo, a Portland Oregon based photographer and artist who is originally from New Mexico. His imagery is profoundly beautiful, blending breathtaking images from nature with his signature color work and conceptual process. We talked about the recent release of his collection in the NFT space as well as his process and how it's evolved over time.
August 19, 2021
My guest on this Episode is David Johnston, a Tennessee based nature and landscape photographer who has been moving into new markets and styles with success in the NFT community. We talked about the way his photography has evolved, how he balances family and business and the future of digital art.
August 9, 2021
My Guest on this episode is Tommy Spencer a street and live music photographer in Portland Oregon who specializes in film. Tommy and I have been friends for a few years and have been recording another podcast since last summer. He works in the photo industry and has a formal education in Art with a focus on photography.
We talked about his career path, what film means to him, as well as some specifics of how he juggles shooting digital and film.
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.