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 Suzi Eszterhas
Suzi Eszterhas is an award-winning wildlife photographer who specialises in photographing newborn animals including elephants, cheetahs and sloths .
Talking With Georgina Steytler
Georgina Steytler is a multi award winning wildlife photographer with a passion for birds, ethics and Conservation. After quitting her corporate job over 10 years ago Georgina began volunteering for Birdlife WA. Her rapid rise to becoming one of the most recognised bird photographer is extraordinary.
Talking with Andy Rouse
For more than 25 years Andy has photographed wildlife all over the world, capturing stunning shots of iconic species such as polar bears, tigers and mountain gorillas.
Talking with Hannah Stitfall
Hannah Stitfall is a wildlife producer, filmmaker and presenter. She has presented shows for BBC Earth, BBC Springwatch and BBC Radio Four.
Talking with Keith and Jo about Hidden
Talking With Megan McCubbin
Cracking podcast which is informative, interesting and thought provoking. Each guest has a different perspective and a personal story to share. Matt is also experienced and talented in his own right, so overall, loads of great content!
An excellent insight into the lives of wildlife professionals
I’ve really enjoyed working my way through the backlog of episodes of Matt’s podcast.
His interviewing technique is relaxed and easy to listen to, and this approach has his guests open up in a way that gives a very intimate insight (often coming with excellent advice) on what it is like to work with wildlife communications.
I’ve derived lots of information and inspiration from Matt’s podcast, and will continue to be an avid listener for as long as he deigns to make them!
Love this podcast. Informative, interesting and a joy to listen to. Thanks, Matt!