1 hr 9 min

Maciek Jasik What Makes You Click with Kelvin Bulluck

    • Visual Arts

On this episode of What Makes You Click, Kelvin welcomes Maciek Jasik, an award-winning photographer based in NYC and LA that critiques Western society’s relationship with nature and identity. Maciek and Kelvin have a very grounded discussion speaking on the personal experiences and psychology that is often behind photography and other forms of artistic expression, noting Maciek’s opinion on the most important aspect of creating art. 
You’ll gain insight into Maciek’s Polish upbringing, the forming of his identity while integrating with American society, and the mindset of an immigrant that inspires a powerful work ethic. 
He sheds light on how his love for political science and art converged early in his life, how his time spent living in Japan inspired his photography, and the overwhelm and FOMO that exists in being a professional photographer. Maciek even shares the most important lessons he’s learned from shooting portraits, including Ruth Bader Ginsburg and other notable figures.
 
About the Guest:
Maciek Jasik is a photographer based in NYC/LA, critiquing Western society's relationship with Nature and exploring ideas of identity, representation and the self while employing color and distortion to re-imagine accepted norms.
 
Connect with Maciek Jasik:
Visit his website: www.maciekjasik.com 
Follow him on Instagram: www.instagram.com/maciekjasik 
 
Connect with What Makes You Click:
Visit our website: www.whatmakesyouclick.com 
Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/whatmakesyouclickpodcast 
Connect with us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/whatmakesyouclick 
 
People + Resources Mentioned:
Gary Winogrand: www.fraenkelgallery.com/artists/garry-winogrand 
Alex Webb: www.webbnorriswebb.co 
Daniel Arnold: www.daniel-arnold.org 
Nobuyoshi Araki: https://ocula.com/artists/nobuyoshi-araki/
Gregory Crewdson: www.gagosian.com/artists/gregory-crewdson
Philip-Lorca diCorcia: www.artnet.com/artists/philip-lorca-dicorcia 
Watch Nomadland on Hulu: www.hulu.com/nomadland-movie
Francis Bacon: www.francis-bacon.com 
Deeply-Ordered Chaos: www.maciekjasik.com/Deeply-Ordered-Chaos 

On this episode of What Makes You Click, Kelvin welcomes Maciek Jasik, an award-winning photographer based in NYC and LA that critiques Western society’s relationship with nature and identity. Maciek and Kelvin have a very grounded discussion speaking on the personal experiences and psychology that is often behind photography and other forms of artistic expression, noting Maciek’s opinion on the most important aspect of creating art. 
You’ll gain insight into Maciek’s Polish upbringing, the forming of his identity while integrating with American society, and the mindset of an immigrant that inspires a powerful work ethic. 
He sheds light on how his love for political science and art converged early in his life, how his time spent living in Japan inspired his photography, and the overwhelm and FOMO that exists in being a professional photographer. Maciek even shares the most important lessons he’s learned from shooting portraits, including Ruth Bader Ginsburg and other notable figures.
 
About the Guest:
Maciek Jasik is a photographer based in NYC/LA, critiquing Western society's relationship with Nature and exploring ideas of identity, representation and the self while employing color and distortion to re-imagine accepted norms.
 
Connect with Maciek Jasik:
Visit his website: www.maciekjasik.com 
Follow him on Instagram: www.instagram.com/maciekjasik 
 
Connect with What Makes You Click:
Visit our website: www.whatmakesyouclick.com 
Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/whatmakesyouclickpodcast 
Connect with us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/whatmakesyouclick 
 
People + Resources Mentioned:
Gary Winogrand: www.fraenkelgallery.com/artists/garry-winogrand 
Alex Webb: www.webbnorriswebb.co 
Daniel Arnold: www.daniel-arnold.org 
Nobuyoshi Araki: https://ocula.com/artists/nobuyoshi-araki/
Gregory Crewdson: www.gagosian.com/artists/gregory-crewdson
Philip-Lorca diCorcia: www.artnet.com/artists/philip-lorca-dicorcia 
Watch Nomadland on Hulu: www.hulu.com/nomadland-movie
Francis Bacon: www.francis-bacon.com 
Deeply-Ordered Chaos: www.maciekjasik.com/Deeply-Ordered-Chaos 

1 hr 9 min