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Right Eye Dominant

A photography-focused podcast that delves into the creative process, and the trials and tribulations of bringing lasting value to your photographs. I will discuss a range of topics including: self-publishing books and zines, great photo books by the masters of the art form, being true to your creative self while navigating the world of social media... and so much more. Hosted by Nick Tauro Jr.

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Sibylle Bergemann : Walls and Windows

A wonderful discussion about the life and work of (East) German photographer Sibylle Bergemann. My guest is Ina Schmidt-Runke, a curator from the Kicken Gallery in Berlin. Ina enlightens me on the complex world that Bergemann found herself in, living and creating art behind the Berlin Wall during the days of the Cold War. Links:Sibylle Bergemann at the Berlinische GalerieSibylle Bergemann at OstkreuzKicken Gallery


25 Oct 2022

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Bruce Davidson: Take a Ride on the Subway

This episode we take a look at the classic 1986 photo book "Subway" by Bruce Davidson. A time capsule of "old" New York City and a monumental photographic study of urban life, all steeped in deeply saturated colors. Part of this episode includes a "Worth A Thousand Words" discussion about one particular image from the book.Links:The cover image (deep dive discussion)Subway at the Magnum Photo websiteMore Bruce Davidson work on artnet.com


9 Oct 2022

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Aline Smithson: Positives and Negatives

This episode I welcome Aline Smithson to the podcast. Aline is the driving force behind Lenscratch, a fantastic online showcase of contemporary photography, in all its varied glory. She is also a prolific photo-based artist who delves into the world of analogue processes in her inspiring, personal artwork. A great chat!Aline Smithson websiteLenscratch websiteFugue State portfolioShadows and Stains portfolioThe Lonesome Doll portfolioSome "Hugo" information


27 Sep 2022

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Wim Wenders: Still Photographs and Moving Pictures

Famed German filmmaker Wim Wenders is also a well-respected still photographer. A recent purchase of the book "Wim Wenders: Instant Stories" is the impetus for this episode, where we'll explore the crossing paths of still photography and moving pictures in his decades-spanning career. We'll also delve into his films "Alice in the Cities" and "Palermo Shooting" both of which feature still photography as an integral part of their storylines.Links:Wim Wenders Official websiteWim Wenders Polaroid photographyAlice In The Cities on CriterionPalermo Shooting (bad review)


13 Sep 2022

Rank #4

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"William Klein: Yes" with David Campany

Season Two kicks off with a great interview with curator and writer David Campany. David curated the current William Klein exhibition at the International Center of Photography in New York City. We discuss the inspiring life and work of Klein in this lively conversation. The exhibit is still open until September 12th, so if your are in the NYC go see it!Links of work mentioned in the episode:ICP William Klein Exhibition websiteMoscow "Bikini" photoDavid Campany websiteMany thanks to the staff at the ICP for their help coordinating the interview and accommodating my visit to the exhibition.


30 Aug 2022

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Representing the 505: Nathaniel Paolinelli

In conjunction with his one man show at 516 Arts, I sit down for a great talk with local Albuquerque photographer Nathaniel Paolinelli. Links:Nathaniel's websiteNathaniel on Instagram516 Arts Exhibition Link


23 Jun 2022

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Jim Bidgood: A Remembrance

A lively discussion about the life and art of pioneering gay photographer and filmmaker, Jim Bidgood. I talk with Jim's friend and estate executor Kelly McKaig about this unique man and his groundbreaking artistic life. I also include some personal memories of my time working with Jim in the early '00s.LINKS:The Photos We Discussed on the Episode (open for reference of discussion!)Jim Bidgood's work at ClampArt Gallery websiteAperture article about Jim BidgoodJim's NYT ObituaryA Nice Overview of Jim and his life (via gaycitynews.com)


9 Jun 2022

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Long-Term Photo Projects

Recorded on the side of the highway, this episode discusses the  patience required to create long-term photography projects. Sometimes the best things come to those who wait. Consider it a "ride along" as I head down the interstate, cameras at my side. Grass, gas, or Tri-X, nobody rides for free!Links:Saguaro National ParkCenter for Creative Photography, TucsonEtherton Gallery


27 May 2022

Rank #8

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Joan Liftin: A Life in Photography

This episode, I talk with Joan Liftin, who has had an illustrious career in photography. Besides being a photographer with three monographs under her belt, Joan spent may years as a teacher at the ICP and a photo editor at the esteemed Magnum Photos. Plus, she was married for many years to photographer Charles Harbutt. I really enjoyed this conversation, I hope you do, too.Joan Liftin's websiteJoan at the ICPCharles Harbutt at ArtnetMagnum Photos


12 May 2022

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Worth A Thousand Words: Mark Cohen

The next installment of a (sporadically) ongoing series, where I discuss one specific photograph in detail. This episode, we look at "Bubblegum" by photographer Mark Cohen."Bubblegum" the photo discussed in the episodeMore work by Mark CohenFrame: a book by Mark CohenMark Cohen video (shooting on the street)Bruce Gilden video


29 Apr 2022

Rank #10