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On this episode Robert chats with South Korean photographer Shin Woong-Jae about his long term project documenting the devastating effects from production of semiconductors in electronics to the health of humans and electronics. They also discuss his career path from marketing and brand management to his studies at ICP, and becoming a full-time photographer living and working in New York whilst traveling the world working on self-generated projects.
Veteran photo representative, Frank Meo, sits down with an acclaimed panel of art producers consisting of Joe Lombardo (photo rep at ETC CREATIVE), Jana Jarosz (Creative Director & Art Director at Publicis NA), and Raydene Salinas (Deputy Photo Editor, Time Out New York).
On our 100th podcast, Robert chats with his good friend and poker buddy Mike Isler, a pro digital tech, first assistant, and aerial technician where he works with photographers from helicopters, airplanes, cranes and rooftops providing assistance, coordination, and most importantly, safety.
On this episode Robert speaks with NPPA Lawyer, Mickey Osterreicher, about the importance of photo advocacy. We talk about drones, copyright, 1st Amendment issues, and the importance of being a part of an organization like National Press Photographers Association who will always have your back!
In this panel, hear NYC-based photographers Drew Gurian and Keziban Barry and Global Creative Director Thomas Shim discuss what it takes to start a thriving photography business, moderated by ViewFind Photo Editor Andrea Wise.
On this episode Robert Chats with Monica Stevenson, an award-winning commercial photographer, fine artist, and director based in New York City and Tryon, North Carolina. They discuss her career, business, networking, social media and much more.