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Real Photo Show with Michael Chovan-Dalton is a Podcast about Photographers and Photography.Music by Giancarlo T. Roma & Kai McBride

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Amazing Podcast

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Keep going, very much needed oral history for the field of photography now and will be amazing archive in the future!

Smart Refreshing Podcast

By TomD’s Music - Sep 06 2015
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Each week this podcast delivers the goods.

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14 Ratings
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Amazing Podcast

By Atratpat - Jul 07 2019
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Keep going, very much needed oral history for the field of photography now and will be amazing archive in the future!

Smart Refreshing Podcast

By TomD’s Music - Sep 06 2015
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Each week this podcast delivers the goods.

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Real Photo Show with Michael Chovan-Dalton

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Real Photo Show with Michael Chovan-Dalton is a Podcast about Photographers and Photography.Music by Giancarlo T. Roma & Kai McBride

Rank #1: Andre D Wagner - Episode 64

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"It's just amazing how like when you kind of put energy out, like a certain type of energy that you want to be around and that you want to be a part of, how the world kind of brings that right back to you…"

Andre D. Wagner accidentally started his photo career while playing basketball for Buena Visa University as a social work major. He took a photo class thinking it would be an easy grade, but like many first time photo students, he was shocked by the cost and the amount of work involved, but unlike many first time photo students, he didn't give up even after being accepted to Fordham University for a Masters in social work. Andre is experiencing some great successes right now which include, his first book, Here for the Ride, he is a regular contributor to the New York Times, he was included in a campaign on Black History by Hennesy, and he recently married. We talk about his successes, learning to appreciate them but also understanding the need to keep moving forward.

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https://andredwagner.com/ https://www.instagram.com/photodre/ https://twitter.com/photoDre http://vsco.co/photodre/images/1 https://www.creativefuture.dk/editions/here-for-the-ride | Book
Power in Fleeting Moments: SLIDESHOW with Andre D. Wagner | Vice Video
New History Vol. 1 I Hennessy x Andre Wagner | Hennessy Video

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Mar 18 2018

54mins

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Rank #2: Claudio Nolasco - Episode 24

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"I left The Cooper Union completely kind of broken just because of the conversations that I was having in terms of things like race, in terms of things like who gets to make art…and I ended up working construction for a year."

Claudio Nolasco sits down with Kai and Michael at Patrice Helmar's home in the Bronx just before a Camera and Supper Club presentation. Claudio speaks about his life in terms of transitions. The challenges he faced as he transitioned from a boy growing up in the Dominican Republic to boy living in a gang filled neighborhood in Brooklyn, the identity crisis he had as he studied to become an artist and what it meant to photograph his own people and culture in an authentic way, and the adjustments he had to make to his work and his goals as he moved from the American Northeast to the American Southwest and back again.

Opening call with Patrice Helmar (Ep.3)

Links:
Website: http://www.claudionolasco.com/
Tumblr: http://claudionolasco.tumblr.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/claudiomnolasco
Instagram: @claudiomnolasco
Anewnothing.com: archived conversation: http://anewnothing.com/claudio-nolasco-yeon-j-yue/

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Jun 10 2016

1hr 39mins

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Rank #3: Rachel Stern - Episode 17

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"...the piece I had there had a big pillow pile in the middle of the room and all of a sudden at a certain point I looked over and the pillow pile was filled with children like it had become like the ball pit of open studios..."

Michael and Kai sit down with Rachel at Columbia University to discuss her show, Love 2016, that she curated at the Leroy Neiman Gallery in New York. Rachel is currently an MFA student at Columbia School of the Arts in her second year. We talk about the differences between creating work and creating a show from the work of others and how both processes can source the same creative impulses and influences. Rachel also reveals a long held secret from her time with the photographer Mary Ellen Mark.

Links:

Article & Images from Love 2016: http://www.vice.com/read/love-2016-explores
Catalog from the show -click on preview: http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/1039174?__r=78348
Website: http://msrachelstern.com
Tumblr: http://rachelstern.tumblr.com
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rachelstern/

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Feb 09 2016

1hr 23mins

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Rank #4: Andrew L Moore | Learning by Inquiry - Ep.88

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"We spent a lot of time visiting architectural sites when I was a kid…I really grew up with a kind of 6th sense about buildings, about architecture, and about how architectural space creates a kind of narrative and I've been able to take that and translate that into my photographic practice."

Andrew L. Moore took some time after teaching his graduate class at the School of Visual Arts to talk about his work. He is probably best known for his books, Detroit Disassembled and Dirt Meridian and we have a pretty intense discussion about what was wrong with the critique of photographing ruins, known as "Ruin Porn." We have a lovely conversation about Andrew's first mentor, Emmet Gowin, and we will also talk about the influence of architecture and the importance of writing which is all very connected to Andrew's work. Andrew will be the juror for the upcoming Rust Belt Biennial. Check the link below to find out more.

https://andrewlmoore.com/ https://www.rustbeltbiennial.com/
This episode sponsored by the School of Visual Arts MFA Photography, Video, & Related Media - Charles Traub, Chair.
http://www.mfaphoto.sva.edu/

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Mar 09 2019

49mins

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Rank #5: Katie Sadie | The Way South - Ep.85

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"Ended up going on a six month road trip from Toronto to Los Angeles…all through the south…living in a van…lived in that total for a year, but six months on the road for a photo trip"

Katie Sadie started out as a fashion photographer but quickly realized she wanted more out of the work she was making. She sold off her studio equipment to pay for a 6 month road trip through the American South ending in Los Angeles. She traded studio backdrops for rolls of 120 film, bought a Pentax 6x7 off of Craigslist and purchased a van that she lived and traveled in for about a year. We also have a pretty intense conversation about a photo project she started with her mother who lives with schizophrenia. In just 3 years after restarting her photo career, Katie was a winner of the 2017 Magenta Foundation Emerging Photographer Competition, did a residency at a naturists colony, had that work published in True North Photo Journal, and more work published in Float Magazine, and Aint-Bad, and she was hired to document the production of holiday films for A&E/Lifetime. Katie was visiting New York to meet with photo editors when we recorded this show.

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https://www.katiesadie.com/

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Jan 27 2019

57mins

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Rank #6: Joe Aguirre - Kramer O'Neill - Episode 30

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Joe Aguirre and Kramer O'Neill join Kai and Michael for the first multi-guest show. Joe and Kramer both belong to different photo collectives. These modern day international photo clubs/societies have grown simultaneously with the rise of sharing photos through zines, blogs, and social media. Joe and Kramer also share their ideas about what being called a street photographer means, if it means anything at all.

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Joe Aguirre
Website: http://www.joeaguirrephotography.com
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joe_aguirre_/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joe.aguirre
Twitter: https://twitter.com/thoughtlesshero
Tumblr: http://joe-aguirre.tumblr.com

Kramer O'Neill
Website: http://krameroneill.com
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/krameroneill/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/krameroneill
Tumblr: http://picturesofpeopleandthings.com

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Sep 06 2016

1hr 30mins

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Rank #7: Ivan McClellan | Eight Seconds - Ep.98

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"Rodeo is sort of this universal expression of rural culture and everybody owns it…Native Americans own it, Mexicans own it, Black folks own it, White people own it…these are American Cowboys."

Ivan McClellan grew up with adversity both from outside his family and inside his family. He speaks openly about the trauma and the healing in his life, and the choices he made that took him from acting, to UX design, and to photography. His best known work is a project he calls Eight Seconds, A tribute to the American Cowboy, of which he has an expansive definition. We have a fantastic conversation about mental health, race, and life in Portland.

http://eightsecs.com/ https://www.instagram.com/eightsecs/ https://theundefeated.com/features/from-navajo-nation-to-rookie-of-the-year/

This episode sponsored by the School of Visual Arts MFA Photography, Video, & Related Media - Charles Traub, Chair.
http://www.mfaphoto.sva.edu/

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Aug 09 2019

1hr 17mins

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Rank #8: Melissa Bunni Elian | Afropunk x Ferguson - Ep.75

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"The analogy I always use is that we are on this table as a society, but we don't see that we are getting pushed closer and closer to the edge and we're comfortable because we are still on the table, but now we are looking at the edge and we are freaking out."

Bunni Elian is an alum of the Bronx Documentary Center and one of the original members of the Bronx Photo League. Her work on the Afropunk music festival earned her a Pulitzer Center grant and was just featured on the Picture Show, NPR's photo story site. Bunni is a multimedia journalist and her work explores the cultural implications of the African Diaspora which is directly tied to Bunni's own journey of finding herself. We talk about politics, race, and how her pre-med education informs her work.

This episode sponsored by the School of Visual Arts MFA Photography, Video, & Related Media - Charles Traub, Chair.
http://www.mfaphoto.sva.edu/

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https://www.hellobunni.com/ https://www.instagram.com/hellobunni/ https://www.facebook.com/MelissaBunniElian/ https://twitter.com/bunnisays https://www.npr.org/sections/pictureshow/2018/09/02/643074020/afropunk-brings-the-black-lives-matter-ethos-abroad

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Sep 10 2018

1hr 4mins

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Rank #9: Aaron Berger - Episode 69

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"That was at the very end of Thailand, I was just starting to think I didn't want to play poker anymore and I was starting to be drawn to something maybe a little more creative which I had never done in my whole life…"

Aaron Berger taught himself photography by studying the tech specs that are included with photos on Flickr® and looking at photographers such as Garry Winogrand on the internet. His path to photography started with a realization that he was not going to be a professional soccer player which lead to a lucrative career in internet poker and a failed attempt to be a YouTube® star. We talk about how all of this leads Aaron to New York with a point and shoot film camera.

This episode sponsored by the School of Visual Arts MFA Photography, Video, & Related Media - Charles Traub, Chair.
http://www.mfaphoto.sva.edu/

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http://www.aaron-berger.com/ http://www.aaron-berger.com/workshops https://www.instagram.com/aaronbergerfoto/ https://www.facebook.com/aaron.berger.9

Photo of Aaron © Andre D Wagner

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Jun 07 2018

52mins

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Rank #10: Jeff Mermelstein - Episode 40

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"We know how beautiful of a machine that is, but right now mine is at home and for me to get to that point or to that break, was not easy…the whole notion of that rangefinder and that 35mm - 1.4. That whole thing is forever a part of me."
Jeff Mermelstein is, for lack of a better term, a New York street photographer. He is the recipient of an Aaron Siskind Foundation Fellowship and the European Publishers award. His books include Sidewalk and Twirl/Run. Kai and Michael spoke with Jeff about what it means to use Instagram as a primary platform for showing work and whether or not there is an "Instagram Look" to photography. Jeff also teaches us a little Yiddish.

This episode sponsored by the School of Visual Arts MFA Photography, Video, & Related Media - Charles Traub, Chair.

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https://www.instagram.com/jeffmermelstein/ http://www.powerhousebooks.com/books/twirlrun/

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Feb 12 2017

1hr 20mins

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Rank #11: Susan Kismaric - Part 1 - Episode 19

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"My sister and I would take our money [meant] for the collection box and drive downtown in Parkersburg West Virginia...and buy the New Yorker for that week and two candy bars and then we would drive the car to the city park and sit and read the New Yorker...and eat our candy bars and then go home and pretend we'd gone to mass."

Michael & Kai sit down with Susan Kismaric in her Manhattan apartment for a two part episode of the show. Susan was a curator in the photography department at the Museum of Modern Art and started working there in 1976, she retired in 2011. She has been influential in shaping the history of photography and has been a part of too many shows and books to list here. You can see some of her projects in the links below. In part one we get to hear about how Susan got into the art world

Links:
Biography: http://art.yale.edu/SusanKismaric
Books: http://www.artbook.com/c11832.html
More Books: http://www.amazon.com/Susan-Kismaric/e/B001K8MQVW

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Mar 15 2016

57mins

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Rank #12: Kathy Shorr | SHOT - Episode 14

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"...she has like her cheerleading jacket inside glass and kind of on an easel, and all kinds of pictures of her daughter, and a swing outside on the lawn that has a plaque on it..."

Kathy Shorr started out in photography by photographing her children and being told they were pretty good photographs. From there she took a night class at the School of Visual Arts and was told by her professor that the photos were very good, and after making sure her professor wasn't just being nice, she enrolled full-time at SVA where she graduated with honors. Kathy has a streak of social activism in her. She has taught documentary photo to kids with behavioral issues in the public school system, and she has taught photo workshops at GMHC and The Fortune Society. The success of Kathy's work comes directly from how she immerses herself into what she is working on. Her latest project, SHOT, explores survivors of gun violence. You can see more of her work at the links below.

Links

Follow Kathy on Twitter @katshorr https://twitter.com/katshorr
See the SHOT project at http://www.shotproject.org
See more of Kathy's work at http://www.kathyshorr.com
Host: Michael Chovan-Dalton
Show opening with Patrice Helmar

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Nov 29 2015

1hr 8mins

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Rank #13: Float Magazine | Yoav Friedlander & Dana Stirling - Episode 49

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"The feeling that you are opening a door for someone , what you always dreamt that someone would do for you…it's a very humbling experience."

Float Magazine is the brainchild of Dana Stirling and Yoav Friedlander. It is an online publication that allows lesser known photographers to showcase their work with photographers who have had more success in getting recognized. In our conversation about how Dana and Yoav got started you will also hear how they became such great partners who support each other and are really rooting for each other to succeed.

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http://www.floatmagazine.us https://www.facebook.com/Floatphotomagazine https://www.instagram.com/float_magazine/
Submission Inquiries: floatzine@gmail.com
http://www.danastirling.com https://www.instagram.com/dana_stirling/ http://www.yoavfriedlander.com https://www.instagram.com/yoavfriedlander/

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Jul 07 2017

1hr 13mins

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Rank #14: Jeff Hirsch - Foto Care - Episode 15

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"A lot of my thanks have to go to Bob (Fishkin) because he was in many ways a surrogate father figure to me besides my own dad, because he offered me opportunities that no one else had before."

Kai and Michael visit Jeff Hirsch at his famed camera store, Foto Care in NYC. Jeff lays out the storied history of Foto Care from its start as the Underground Gallery on 10th Street where Duane Michals had his first solo exhibition to being one of the few camera stores left in New York that still takes pride in having relationships with and being supportive of photographers. Jeff started out as a photographer and discovered, while working at Fishkin Brothers in New Jersey, that he had a talent for solving problems for other photographers.

Hosts: Michael Chovan-Dalton & Kai McBride

Links:
http://www.fotocare.com/ https://www.facebook.com/fotocare/ https://twitter.com/fotocare https://www.instagram.com/fotocarenyc/

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Dec 27 2015

57mins

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Rank #15: Yola Monakhov Stockton - Episode 34

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"That very same day that I started I was shot by an Israeli soldier. I was shot with an…M6 or M16 rifle…and I almost certainly should have died..."

Yola Monakhov Stockton has so many great stories to tell. Born in the former Soviet Union, grew up in NYC, became a conflict photographer, got shot, transitioned to the art world, published a book, and now teaches in Buffalo. Kai and Michael had a fantastic, and a touch long, conversation with Yola just after she finished up her panel discussion at Photoville on photography and education.

Photo of Yola by Nick Butler

Links:
Website: http://yolamonakhov.com/
Gallery: http://www.rickwesterfineart.com/yola-monakhov-stockton/
Book: https://www.schiltpublishing.com/publishing/authors/yola-monakhov-stockton/

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Nov 16 2016

2hr 1min

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Rank #16: Episode 9 Origins: Laura Mircik-Sellers

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"My father was an insurance person, a loss control specialist, and so he knew about Cooper Union because he inspected the building. So he found out that hey there's a thing that my daughter could go to and it's tuition free and why the heck doesn't she apply."

Top secret pool-playing forensic photographer Laura Sellers isn't on social media, doesn't have a website, doesn't like texting, but loves sending letters. She is out in the non-virtual world working as a photographer, teaching, and putting together great shows like the recent anniversary Design & Typography show at The Cooper Union. Laura is currently the Archive Coordinator for the Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography at The Cooper Union.

Some links to things mentioned in the show:
Thirty - Anniversary Exhibition for the Lubalin Center
https://www.cooper.edu/events-and-exhibitions/exhibitions/thirty
Joy of Giving Something Video on Careers in Photography
http://www.jgsinc.org/res-test/careers-in-photography/forensic-photographer-laura-mircik-sellers/

Host: Michael Chovan-Dalton & Anibal Pella-Woo

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Sep 19 2015

1hr 25mins

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Rank #17: Geoffrey Berliner | Penumbra - Episode 42

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"As time marches on where we've become more of a technical society…we've become removed…alienated from making things, there's also a sense of a lack of community…and I think that's what we do at Penumbra, the idea that we bring people together…"

Photo Credit: © Gabriela Hnizdo

Geoffrey Berliner is the Executive Director of the Penumbra Foundation. An impressive organization devoted to both historical and alternative photographic processes. Kai and Michael sat down with Geoffrey at Penumbra after taking a tour of the facilities which included a beautiful portrait studio with floor to ceiling window light, great workspaces, a storefront tintype studio, a library, a camera repair shop, and so much more. We talk about Geoffrey's passion for education, his background in philosophy, and his desire to create community. We also talk a lot about his very ambitious future plans for Penumbra as an educational and resource center for photographers. Check out their lecture series, workshops, and how to support them at the link below.
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http://www.penumbrafoundation.org https://www.instagram.com/geoffreyberliner/ https://www.facebook.com/geoffrey.berliner https://www.facebook.com/PenumbraFoundation/ https://www.instagram.com/penumbratintypestudio/ https://www.instagram.com/penumbrafoundation/

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Mar 16 2017

1hr 26mins

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Rank #18: Lissa Rivera - BJ Lillis | History and Muse - Half Frame Ep.86

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In this half frame episode I catch up with Lissa Rivera and BJ Lillis (ep.51) to talk about their successes with the Beautiful Boy exhibition and how there is more work to come, but there was so much more to talk about as well. Lissa has just organized the first U.S. museum exhibition of Leonor Fini, the Argentinine-Italian surrealist artist, at the Museum of Sex and BJ is busy learning Dutch to help him translate his doctoral work on cultural and interethnic contact in the colonial Hudson valley. Lissa also makes a correction to something we spoke about in episode 51.

Links:
http://www.lissarivera.com/ https://www.museumofsex.com/ https://www.instagram.com/orkinpod/ https://www.instagram.com/lissa_rivera_/

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Feb 09 2019

35mins

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Rank #19: John Trotter - Episode 53

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"I remember saying, 'That, that's it, I almost died for that…it's a nothing photograph.' That's how I would have been remembered, he died to make a really nothing photograph. "
 
John Trotter is a former photojournalist and conflict photographer who had photographed in dangerous hot spots like Mogadishu, but it would be on a simple assignment in Sacramento California where John would face his own life altering experience. thePhotoShow becomes theCyclingShow for the start of this episode as John and Kai go deep on biking and how it relates to photography and how biking gave start to John's life in photography.

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http://www.johntrotterphoto.com/ https://www.instagram.com/unamericain/ https://www.instagram.com/maps.images/ https://www.facebook.com/john.trotter.33

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Sep 24 2017

1hr 34mins

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Rank #20: Lynsey Weatherspoon | Portraits & Communication - Ep.77

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"I left home because I was getting too comfortable. Comfortable with the type of work I was creating, comfortable around the people I had known for 29 years… "

Lynsey Weatherspoon was in New York for Photoville after being named to the Lit List - 30 Image Makers To Watch by the Authortity Collective. Lynsey and I talk about leaving home and taking risks in order change your life and to pursue what you truly want to do. What you will learn about Lynsey is that she doesn't like to get too comfortable or complacent. She changed her home, she changed her profession, and she would start all over again if it seemed like the right time to do so. Lynsey and I also talk about some of her work on Negro League Players, the Gulla Geechee, and a series she did called the Last Cobbler.

This episode sponsored by the School of Visual Arts MFA Photography, Video, & Related Media - Charles Traub, Chair.
http://www.mfaphoto.sva.edu/

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http://www.lynseyweatherspoon.com/ https://www.facebook.com/lnweatherspoon https://www.instagram.com/lnweatherspoon/ https://twitter.com/lnweatherspoon

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Oct 17 2018

1hr 4mins

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