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Growing up in a small town in Poland watching the world of American Gangster films on a 14-inch screen, Sam Golanski found himself in New York City 20 years later roaming the streets taking pictures of the nostalgia he once watched while shooting with his Hasselblad 503CX.
On this episode Robert talks with news photographer Craig Warga about his near decade-long stint as a staff photographer at the NY Daily News, his recent transition into the world of freelance photography, the business behind that, family, and much more.
During a Photo Brigade monthly meet up, Craig Ruttle, who has worked as a photographer, editor, manager and again a freelance photographer, speaks about his career path, the changes in photojournalism, and how he has used this experience to navigate an at times difficult world of the modern visual journalist.
During a Photo Brigade monthly meet up, photographer Katie Orlinsky shares her work on a long term personal project she’s titling “Chasing Winter” after she shot an assignment on the Yukon Quest, the annual 1000 mile dog sled race, which led to a project documenting climate change in Alaska.
During a Photo Brigade monthly meet up, Luiz C. Ribeiro shares his career trajectory in the photo business as a photographer at the New York Post, freelance, and more recent book projects from Brazil.