A photography-focused podcast that delves into the creative process, and the trials and tribulations of bringing lasting value to your photographs. I will discuss a range of topics including: self-publishing books and zines, great photo books by the masters of the art form, being true to your creative self while navigating the world of social media... and so much more. Hosted by Nick Tauro Jr. Visit the website: https://righteyedominantpodcast.com/
Representing the 505: Nathaniel Paolinelli
In conjunction with his one man show at 516 Arts, I sit down for a great talk with local Albuquerque photographer Nathaniel Paolinelli.
Nathaniel on Instagram
516 Arts Exhibition Link
Jim Bidgood: A Remembrance
A lively discussion about the life and art of pioneering gay photographer and filmmaker, Jim Bidgood. I talk with Jim's friend and estate executor Kelly McKaig about this unique man and his groundbreaking artistic life. I also include some personal memories of my time working with Jim in the early '00s.
The Photos We Discussed on the Episode (open for reference of discussion!)
Jim Bidgood's work at ClampArt Gallery website
Aperture article about Jim Bidgood
Jim's NYT Obituary
A Nice Overview of Jim and his life (via gaycitynews.com)
Long-Term Photo Projects
Recorded on the side of the highway, this episode discusses the patience required to create long-term photography projects. Sometimes the best things come to those who wait. Consider it a "ride along" as I head down the interstate, cameras at my side.
Grass, gas, or Tri-X, nobody rides for free!
Saguaro National Park
Center for Creative Photography, Tucson
Joan Liftin: A Life in Photography
This episode, I talk with Joan Liftin, who has had an illustrious career in photography. Besides being a photographer with three monographs under her belt, Joan spent may years as a teacher at the ICP and a photo editor at the esteemed Magnum Photos. Plus, she was married for many years to photographer Charles Harbutt. I really enjoyed this conversation, I hope you do, too.
Joan Liftin's website
Joan at the ICP
Charles Harbutt at Artnet
Worth A Thousand Words: Mark Cohen
The next installment of a (sporadically) ongoing series, where I discuss one specific photograph in detail. This episode, we look at "Bubblegum" by photographer Mark Cohen.
"Bubblegum" the photo discussed in the episode
More work by Mark Cohen
Frame: a book by Mark Cohen
Mark Cohen video (shooting on the street)
Bruce Gilden video
Join me for an interview with Ward Andrews, a creative thinker, teacher and consultant. We discuss the challenges of dealing with envy in your creative practice, along with ways to shift your thinking and perspective to avoid the toxic traps that envy can produce.
More about Ward Andrews:
Ward's blog post about Creative Envy
Ward Andrews Instagram
About the paintings and painters, not about the brushes
A really nice podcast about photographs and photographers and the process of art making in this medium, not about the tools used. Nick has depth and insight, a relatable and easygoing manner, and clearly a love for art.
Deep thinking about photography
This podcast is a nice respite from the endless gear talk find elsewhere. Always insightful. Recommended.
Really great stuff.
I really enjoyed the intro episode on Robert Frank. Really powerful and inspiring and meditative to listen to while creating my own art. I highly recommend this.