Revisiting The Strange Lure Of Other People's Photos With Bill Shapiro On Wednesday's Access Utah
Today on Access Utah, writer Bill Shapiro joins us to talk about what draws him to other people's photos. He says other people's photographs are "like time-travel and a shortcut to empathy." We talk about how photography can pull us outside of ourselves, connecting us to something greater.
BONUS CONTENT: Interview with Bill Shapiro at the 2019 CAOC Convention in San Francisco
Civil Action with Brian & Shant
An esteemed trial attorney in the state, Bill’s practice focuses on personal injury and product liability. Bill recollects one of his more memorable first trials where he was defensed but ultimately won on appeal and settled the matter favorably. Bill associates a lot of his success to that case and how it taught him how to persevere through a difficult trial. Bill encourages young lawyers to find their way into the courtroom in legal profession where trial experience is steadily decreasing. More information about Bill Shapiro can be found here: https://wshapiro.com/
Ep. 63 — Author Bill Shapiro On The Things We Keep
Write About Now
What one object in your life holds a special meaning to you? That's the question Bill Shapiro and Naomi Wax asked 150 people of all walks of life across the country. The results of their findings are captured beautifully in their new book What We Keep. From "everyday" people such as a barber and a war widow to well-known folks such as Melinda Gates and Mark Cuban, the book chronicles the stories and meaning behind cherished personal belongings. Shapiro, who is the former editor in chief of Life magazine, talks about his inspiration for the book, his most surprising discoveries, and what it taught him about what we value most.
Bill Shapiro is a best-selling author and editor. The former Editor-in-Chief of LIFE magazine, he went on to be the founding Editor-in-Chief of LIFE.com and won the 2011 National Magazine Award foro digital photography. His most recent work is a book co-authored with Naomi Wax entitled What We Keep: 150 People Share the One Object that Brings Them Joy, Magic and Meaning. It's nice to speak with someone who gets the bigger picture. We discuss the book and more right here on The Paul Leslie Hour. Don't touch that dial, Bill Shapiro is next! Support The Paul Leslie Hour by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/the-paul-leslie-hour