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A podcast about photojournalism, with photojournalists, for everyone

Latest Episodes

Roger May and Photographing Appalachia

Roger May's work explores the complicated history of place, faith, and identity in the coalfields.

59 MINJAN 28
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Roger May and Photographing Appalachia

Jackie Sofia, creator and facilitator of The Narrative Projects

Jackie is the creator and facilitator of The Narrative Projects. The initiative uses documentary strategies and participatory media to illuminate the unknown stories of the refugee experience in the MENA region and North America.

51 MINJAN 14
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Jackie Sofia, creator and facilitator of The Narrative Projects

The Year in Photobooks

We wrap up 2019 with our favorite photobooks of the year.

39 MIN2019 DEC 31
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The Year in Photobooks

Shooting War P3: Author Dr. Anthony Feinstein

Shooting War contains 18 profiles of photographers exploring their lives as filters between conflict and the general population and the effect they have on us and themselves in this endeavor. Includes such luminaries as Don McCullin, Tim Page, and Ron Haviv.

44 MIN2019 DEC 18
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Shooting War P3: Author Dr. Anthony Feinstein

Shooting War Pt2: Ben Brody

Ben Brody is an independent photographer, educator, and picture editor working on long-form projects related to the American wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and their aftermath. His first book, Attention Servicemember, published by Red Hook Editions and designed by Kummer & Herrman, has been shortlisted for the Aperture - Paris Photo First Book Award

54 MIN2019 DEC 10
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Shooting War Pt2: Ben Brody

Shooting War Pt1: Lauren Walsh

Part one of our conversation on shooting war and conflict. Lauren Walsh, an expert on conflict photography, is a professor and writer. She teaches at The New School and New York University, where she is the director of the Gallatin Photojournalism Lab. She is also the director of Lost Rolls America, a national public archive … Continue reading "Shooting War Pt1: Lauren Walsh"

56 MIN2019 NOV 16
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Shooting War Pt1: Lauren Walsh

Claire Beckett

Claire Beckett earned a BA in Anthropology at Kenyon College. She then worked as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Benin, West Africa, before going on to earn an MFA in Photography at Mass College of Art.

58 MIN2019 NOV 13
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Claire Beckett

Capital Gazette Photojournalist Paul Gillespie

Photojournalist Paul Gillespie survived a mass shooting at the Capital Gazette's offices in Annapolis, Maryland in 2018. In the year since, he has been coping with depression by taking portraits of the surviving journalists at the newspaper.

33 MIN2019 SEP 30
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Capital Gazette Photojournalist Paul Gillespie

Pulitzer Prize Winning Photographer David Hume Kennerly

From Vietnam to iPhones, David Hume Kennerly has been a photographer on the front lines of history for fifty years. At 25 he was one of the youngest winners of the Pulitzer Prize in Journalism.

69 MIN2019 SEP 21
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Pulitzer Prize Winning Photographer David Hume Kennerly

Shooting music and gaming Instagram with Farrah Skeiky

Farrah Skeiky is the creative/culture manager for the LINE DC. A member of to the front, women photograph, women photojournalists of washington, and the contrario collective. She has been shooting music in DC and Baltimore for over a decade.

56 MIN2019 JUL 4
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Shooting music and gaming Instagram with Farrah Skeiky

Latest Episodes

Roger May and Photographing Appalachia

Roger May's work explores the complicated history of place, faith, and identity in the coalfields.

59 MINJAN 28
Comments
Roger May and Photographing Appalachia

Jackie Sofia, creator and facilitator of The Narrative Projects

Jackie is the creator and facilitator of The Narrative Projects. The initiative uses documentary strategies and participatory media to illuminate the unknown stories of the refugee experience in the MENA region and North America.

51 MINJAN 14
Comments
Jackie Sofia, creator and facilitator of The Narrative Projects

The Year in Photobooks

We wrap up 2019 with our favorite photobooks of the year.

39 MIN2019 DEC 31
Comments
The Year in Photobooks

Shooting War P3: Author Dr. Anthony Feinstein

Shooting War contains 18 profiles of photographers exploring their lives as filters between conflict and the general population and the effect they have on us and themselves in this endeavor. Includes such luminaries as Don McCullin, Tim Page, and Ron Haviv.

44 MIN2019 DEC 18
Comments
Shooting War P3: Author Dr. Anthony Feinstein

Shooting War Pt2: Ben Brody

Ben Brody is an independent photographer, educator, and picture editor working on long-form projects related to the American wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and their aftermath. His first book, Attention Servicemember, published by Red Hook Editions and designed by Kummer & Herrman, has been shortlisted for the Aperture - Paris Photo First Book Award

54 MIN2019 DEC 10
Comments
Shooting War Pt2: Ben Brody

Shooting War Pt1: Lauren Walsh

Part one of our conversation on shooting war and conflict. Lauren Walsh, an expert on conflict photography, is a professor and writer. She teaches at The New School and New York University, where she is the director of the Gallatin Photojournalism Lab. She is also the director of Lost Rolls America, a national public archive … Continue reading "Shooting War Pt1: Lauren Walsh"

56 MIN2019 NOV 16
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Shooting War Pt1: Lauren Walsh

Claire Beckett

Claire Beckett earned a BA in Anthropology at Kenyon College. She then worked as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Benin, West Africa, before going on to earn an MFA in Photography at Mass College of Art.

58 MIN2019 NOV 13
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Claire Beckett

Capital Gazette Photojournalist Paul Gillespie

Photojournalist Paul Gillespie survived a mass shooting at the Capital Gazette's offices in Annapolis, Maryland in 2018. In the year since, he has been coping with depression by taking portraits of the surviving journalists at the newspaper.

33 MIN2019 SEP 30
Comments
Capital Gazette Photojournalist Paul Gillespie

Pulitzer Prize Winning Photographer David Hume Kennerly

From Vietnam to iPhones, David Hume Kennerly has been a photographer on the front lines of history for fifty years. At 25 he was one of the youngest winners of the Pulitzer Prize in Journalism.

69 MIN2019 SEP 21
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Pulitzer Prize Winning Photographer David Hume Kennerly

Shooting music and gaming Instagram with Farrah Skeiky

Farrah Skeiky is the creative/culture manager for the LINE DC. A member of to the front, women photograph, women photojournalists of washington, and the contrario collective. She has been shooting music in DC and Baltimore for over a decade.

56 MIN2019 JUL 4
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Shooting music and gaming Instagram with Farrah Skeiky
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