My guest today is a traveling writer and photojournalist based in Encinitas, CA. Currently on the road documenting US Nation Parks in California, his work depicts a hunger for the outdoors. Originally from the south east coast of North Carolina, he’s affinity for documenting the outdoors and watersports grew from a life on the ocean. Surfing and swimming became the roots for a pursuit of a life spent outdoors. Discovering photography in high school, artistic visual documentation became a creative outlet to accompany adventures. Following graduation from The University of North Carolina with a degree in visual arts, he set out with freelance aspirations. To date, he has worked with many notable clients and built relationships with a number of well known publications. He continues to work freelance and pursue jobs that inspire.
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My guest today is a Houston native and has been shooting professionally since 2009. he discovered his love of photography while attendingHouston baptist university. since then, he has photographed a wide range of collegiate and professional sports including the NFL, NBA, MLB, MLS, and UFC, among others. his work has been used by ESPN Magazine, Sports Illustrated, the Washington Post, the Houston Chronicle, Fathead, Adidas, and more.
Most recently he has turned his attention to corporate and editorial portraiture, enjoying the time and work it takes to craft the light and shadow to make a really killer portrait.
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My guest today is an editorial photographer. A Getty Images and WireImage contributor for entertainment-related assignments.
His work has been published in major outlets including People Magazine, USA Today, LIFE Magazine, National Geographic, The Rolling Stone, Vogue, Us Weekly, Sports Illustrated, and Time Magazine.
And mostly interestingly he is the behind the self-portrait called THE STOLEN SCREAM – although I never asked him about this image. Mainly because I was certain he apexes it, and was sick on answering it and well i did not want to define him by only one image.
Now lets Hack Noam Galai
My guest this week is a fashion photographer out of LA .
He writes for F-Stoppers and shoots headshots as well. Could you be in LA and not shoot headshots?
Now Let’s hack, Jane-Claude Vorgeack
My guest today is a beauty and fashion photographer originally from the Ukraine. Since moving to the US in 2011 with her family she has carved out a career with Clients seeking use of color and skills in high-end retouching.
Her personal project “Bruised behind the mask” got the attention or both media and the photographic industry.
ND Magazine name her “Advertising Photographer of the Year 2015”
She comes to us all the way from Jacksonville, Florida.
Now let’s hack, Daryna Barykina.
My guest today is an advertising portrait photography. Many of you will know his work. he has been published in Rolling Stone, Wired and the New York Times Magazine.
He won a PDN award for his portrait of Annie Lebovitz, which is a personal favourite.
He resides in Seattle with you wife, two kids and a dog.
Now, let’s hack John Keatley.
My guest today is a writer, director and editor from LA. She works mainly in music videos with a unique vision embedded in an aesthetic that calls back to her birthplace, I feel.
During the interview we get into creative pride, shame and the benefits of self-reflection.
Now let’s hack Agata Alexander.
Agata’s dance video!
Directed by: Agata Alexander
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