These conversations give you an insight into the lives of creative professionals, from photographers and publishers, to editors, designers and conservationists. I have worked with many talented friends and colleagues and unsung heroes working in the visual arts so I decided to set about interviewing these individuals, to shed new light on what goes on behind the scenes and what it means to be a creative freelancer and make it work as a career. One thing for sure is that all of them have a unique story to tell and this is my chance to share these stories with you.
Talking With Megan McCubbin
Talking with Britta Jaschinski
Britta Jaschinski is a German photojournalist living in south London, England. After studying her BA in photography in south England she quickly gained notoriety scoring her first publishing deal with Phaidon.
Talking with Sandra Bartocha
Sandra Bartocha is a multi-award winning nature photographer living in Germany. She is a self-proclaimed lover of the seas and the trees, and of good coffee!
Sandra gained notoriety for breaking the mould, using exquisite technique to capture trees, flowers and landscapes in beautiful colour and light in a unique style. She moved away the formulaic methods of pin-sharp, hallelujah light, landscape photography to focus on capturing the mood of a place, to evoke an emotional response and the results are breath taking.
Talking with Steve Backshall
Steve Backshall is a naturalist, author and presenter best know for BBC’s Deadly 60 – a programme aimed at young people that features Steve and his camera crew attempting to find the ‘most deadly’ animals in the world.
Talking with Chris Packham
Chris Packham is a broadcaster, naturalist, writer, photographer, filmmaker, conservationist and campaigner. He presents BBC’s BAAFTA award winning Springwatch, Autumnwatch and Winterwatch series and numerous other natural history documentaries for the BBC, National Geographic and The Discovery Channel.
Talking with Neil Aldridge | Part Two
Neil Aldridge is a conservationist and multi award-winning photographer with more than 35 awards in major international competitions. He lectures at the prestigious Marine and Natural History degree course at Falmouth University and has worked for several leading NGOs in the wildlife and environment sector.
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Matt is a highly skilled interviewer, a super listener, and frankly an outstanding photographer! If you are interested in getting more creative behind a lens, or perhaps looking to become a freelancer in a creative fields then you really should subscribe!