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On this episode, which was recorded as part of our 100th Podcast celebration, Robert chats with Canon Explorer of the Light Peter Hurley about his headshot business and associate network. They talk about social media, networking, about speaking, and much more. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this episode of The Photo Brigade Podcast.
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.
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.
On this episode Robert chats with his friend and colleague Peter Lockley about his sports photography career as well as their partnership producing the Maui Photo Expedition, a luxury photography workshop that takes place at the Four Seasons in Maui, Hawaii.
Photographer David Lykes Keenan talks about his career leading up to the publication of his book “Fair Witness”.
On this episode Robert chats with his friend, photojournalist John Taggart, a documentary and editorial photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. They discuss his career and many recent projects including the Gay Pride Parade, Lower East Side building explosion, Baltimore race riots, and Eric Garner and Michael Brown protests in NYC.
Photographer and videographer Dave Geffin talks about how going back to shooting film has been the best investment for his digital stills and motion work.