Podcast by Alex Gagne
On today’s podcast I speak with photographer Gizelle Hernandez. Gizelle has worked with clients such as Google, Apple, Netflix, TIME magazine, and Disney to name a few. In this interview I speak to Gizelle about how she first discovered photography, studying at Art Center in Pasadena,CA, and I also speak to Gizelle about some of the jobs she had before becoming a full time Photographer such as working as a 911 dispatch operator. Gizelle is someone who’s work I’ve admired for years for the level of production and attention to detail she puts into every shoot, so I hope you enjoy and thanks for listening.
Welcome back to the photo banter podcast, I’m your host Alex Gagne and on today’s podcast I speak with photographer Victoria Will. Victoria has worked with clients such as Carhartt, ESPN, Samsung, and National Geographic to name a few. In this interview I speak to Victoria about how she got into photography, her experience working at the Associated Press and how she made the transition to going freelance and working on bigger production jobs. Victoria is someone who has a wealth of knowledge and experience in photography so I was excited to get a chance to speak with her so I hope you enjoy and thanks for listening.
On today’s podcast I speak with photographer and podcaster Ric Stovall. Ric specializes in architectural photography and has worked with clients such as The Ritz Carlton, Four Seasons, Marriott International and The Wall Street Journal to name a few. Ric is also the host of the visual revolutionary podcast where he interviews top working photographers, filmmakers, and creatives. I was excited to get Ric on the podcast to hear about his journey with photography and his podcast so I hope you enjoy and thanks for listening! Definitely go peep Ric’s podcast which is available on all podcast platforms.
Ric's Podcast : Visual Revolutionary
On today’s podcast I speak with photographer Jared Soares. Jared has worked with clients such as Apple, Nike, Time magazine, and Wired to name a few. In this interview I speak to Jared about starting out working as a newspaper photographer , transitioning to freelancing full time, and also speak to Jared about a recent test shoot and how he approaches working with a team. I’ve been following Jared’s work for awhile so I was excited to get him on the podcast to hear about his journey with photography so I hope you enjoy and thanks for listening.
On today's podcast I speak with photographer / director Matthew Salacuse. Matt has worked with clients such as Nike,Snapchat,ESPN, and Billboard to name a few. In this interview I speak to Matt about growing up in NYC, memorable assignments such as getting to spend a day with DMX.
On today’s podcast I speak with photographer Travis Carroll. Travis is a commercial photographer based in Kansas City, Missouri where he has worked with clients such as Bose, Energizer, Gatorade, and Cadillac to name a few. In this interview I speak to Travis about his passion for automotive photography, working as a retoucher, and how he made the transition from assisting to shooting full time. I’ve gotten to know Travis over the last year and really respect the passion and attention to detail he brings to his work so I was excited to get him on the podcast so I hope you enjoy and thanks for listening!
Good insights into the “real world” of photographers!
Love the candor and insights into the real lives of working photographers!
Keep up the good work.
Great guests however...
...be aware that the host curses like he breathes, so this is not a podcast you’ll want to listen to with kids around. It should be labeled explicit but it isn’t. I hope he learns to control his mouth bc it doesn’t sound professional and often is at odds with the much more polished presentation of his guests’ side of the conversation.
Thanks Alex G...
Great show! Real world photography working freelancers taking you through thier work efforts. How they got to where they are, the serindipity of connections, mistakes, the shinny side and the underbelly. Stuff colleges are AFRAID to teach. Bill Gray