On this episode I chat with my friend and fellow Ohio Bobcat alumnus, Marcus Yam who is currently serving as a 3-year resident photojournalist at the Seattle Times. Before photography, Marcus was on the path to becoming, get this, a rocket scientist, but changed his career path by attending graduate school at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication a few years after I’d graduated. He came to New York and apprenticed with me for a bit and soon after graduation, like me, landed an internship at The New York Times. There continued on as a freelancer working on amazing projects where he won a host of awards including an Emmy. Clearly, he learned everything from me. There’s something really special about Marcus from his humility, his generosity, and tremendous love for life. There’s so many quotes and words of wisdom that come out in my chat with him, so get your notebook ready! Sit back, relax, and enjoy this episode of The Photo Brigade podcast.
Photo Brigade Podcast #34 with Marcus Yam
Please support The Photo Brigade!
You're awesome and that's why we work hard to bring you quality content, gear reviews, and guides. If you're interested in purchasing any of the equipment or services mentioned in our posts, please use our links as we will receive a portion of the sale to help run the blog. You can also search for gear directly via Amazon, B&H, and Adorama.
NEXT: Cubs fans: Here comes Javier Baez! – by Brad Mangin » »