Join us for a compact, easily digestible chat about contemporary photography in Wales, the UK and beyond. Think of it as a chat with a photo-friend over a coffee! Focussing mainly on documentary photography, we outline calls for entry, new photo books, exhibitions and have a chat with one of our photo-buddies in each carefully-packaged podcast that won't have you committed for the length of a feature film.
The Compact Edition plus Joanne Coates
We're keeping this episode in line with the title! But we have a fantastic interview for you with the talented Joanne Coates.Open Calls:Delphian Gallery: https://delphiangallery.com/open-call/Picturing England's High Streets:...
The Wellbeing Edition plus John Sevigny
Lockdown's biting, so we look at how Natalie Ball is trying to make things better, particularly for people with mental health struggles. Her project is called My Camera, My Therapy.And we talk to US photojournalist, John Sevigny, about his work in...
The Self Publishing Edition plus Tessa Bunney
We 'phone a friend', Ryan Trower to get some advice and hear about a different approach to his first self-publishing project.
And we hear from Tessa Bunney, a documentary photographer with over 25 years experience, specialising in rural affairs. We learn about true resilience, dedication and innovation in her practice.
Ryan Trower: https://www.ryantrower.com
Newspaper Club: https://www.newspaperclub.com
Affinity Publisher: https://affinity.serif.com/en-gb/publisher/
Tessa Bunney: http://www.tessabunney.co.uk
The Collaborative Edition plus Shaun Connell of TheBlkGaze
Following your lovely feedback and encouragement, we've produced a second episode for you! With ideas on staying creative during lockdown, opportunities to get your work seen and more. We also catch up and have a chat with Shaun Connell to talk about important issues of race we need to address as photographers and his website, packed with talent, TheBlkGaze.
Collective Effort: https://www.instagram.com/collective.effort/
Another Place Press: https://anotherplacepress.bigcartel.com/field-notes
The Humble Arts Foundation: http://hafny.org/submit
All Cities Are Beautiful: https://allcitiesarebeautiful.com
Offline with Dan Wood: https://offlinejournal.substack.com/p/19-dan-wood
Welcome to the Compact Camera Podcast
In this very first compact and easily digestible podcast, We talk about a print sale from Lucy Purrington, an innovative artist using photography in her avant-garde compositions. Documentary photographer Dan Wood's new photo book 'Black Was The River, You See' comes under the spotlight as it goes to print. And we look at current opportunities for new photographers to spread their wings and have they work published. We finish with a chat with the outstanding documentary photographer, Mik Critchlow.
Lucy Purrington: https://www.lucypurrington.com
Kozu Books: https://www.kozubooks.com/books-new/blackwastheriveryousee
Dan Wood: http://www.danwoodphoto.com
United Nations of Photography: https://unitednationsofphotography.com
Fleur & Arbor: http://www.fleurandarbor.com
Hinterlands Magazine: https://www.instagram.com/p/CJ8LywIHfPs/?igshid=u11cblesg3ha
WerkHaus Zine: https://workhorsecollective.co.uk/werkhaus-zine/
Invisible Britain: https://www.instagram.com/invisiblebritain/
Mik Critchlow: https://www.mikcritchlow.com
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