Thanks to Fujifilm North America I just had the great pleasure to spend a few days documenting the work of Joshua Coombes, the founder of #DoSomethingForNothing, on the streets of New York City. It was an incredible experience and definitely the most important photographs I've ever taken.
My guest this week is Ralph Velasco, founder of PhotoEnrichment Adventures, as well as a travel photography instructor, author and international guide.
My guest today is Alec Hosterman. Alec was in Charlottesville during the recent deadly attack. He was there on a self assignment to practice his photo documentary skills. Today he gives us an account of his experience.
This week my good friend Steve Brokaw is sitting in for me and interviews photographer and YouTuber Matt Day. Enjoy!
This week on Hit The Streets my good friend Karen Hutton is back and together we answer listener questions about rituals to get in the zone, why our obsession with photography, socks and more!
Today is a new Photo Faves segment and I asked Craig Whitehead, aka @SixStreetUnder to come on the show and share his favorite subjects, locations, gear, photography book, etc.
The Through Our Eyes project puts cameras in the hands of the homeless and asks them to photograph their lives.
This week Valerie does a little housekeeping on the show, talks about the Hit The Streets World Wide Photo Walks, her upcoming books before answering a few listener questions.
After losing his job, Jimmy Lee decided to start making a difference in his community by using his camera as an effort to ‘do something for nothing’. Things led to another and a couple of exhibits and a few clients later, he is determined to make this photography gig his full time job!
This week, Dutch photographer Maurice Vliegen tells us about his experience participating in The Urban Photo Race.
This week is a new Q&A and Photo challenge episode and I invited
French Architectural photographer Michael Muraz as a guest co-host.
This week is a live recording of a panel discussion on street photography during the Out Of Chicago photo conference. The panels include Marie Laigneau, James Maher, Steve Simon and Valerie Jardin.
Chris Bailey, author of The Productivity Project is on the show and will help you become more productive so that you can find more time to pursue your passion for photography.
My guest today is Terry Gydesen, a documentary photographer based in Minnepaolis, Minnesota. Her latest project is titled "Transitions, a Daughter’s Journey” and it is a collection of 30 large color photographs that represent four years of documenting her father’s decline from Alzheimer’s. The series was on exhibit in Minneapolis recently and left no one untouched.
My guest today is Iwona Pinkowicz. She tells us about her street portrait project 'chasing Dreams' as well as her own dreams in her pursuit of being a full time photographer.
The week on Hit The Streets I sit down with award winning marketer, author, content creator and photographer C.C. Chapman. We discuss key media strategies for photographers, how to grow an audience, how to prepare for what comes next and much more!
This week on Hit The Streets my guest co-host is Ryan Katsanes. Together we answer questions about our photographic influences, camera gadgets and how to get your street photography to the next level.
This week on Hit The Streets, I am joined by photographers Meri Kukkavaara and Bjorn Moerman as they discuss participating in the 24 Hour Project in their respective cities and how you can too.
This week my good friend Ian MacDonald is sitting in for me and interviews LA based photographer Rinzi Ruiz.
This week I answer questions that you sent me via the FB group. It's a monologue and it happened to be 33 minutes long by chance on the 33rd episode!
This week I have the pleasure to share my conversation with humanitarian photographer, author and adventurer David duChemin. Through selected quotes from his book A Beautiful Anarchy, we talk about living a creative life. You will love David's wisdom. Enjoy!
Together guest co-host Elizabeth Gray and I answer questions about whether or not people need to be included in the frame to qualify as street photography, how to handle a confrontational subject on the streets and how to know if you are ready to make money with your photography.
This week I introduce you Gina Williams. I met Gina last year during a workshop in Paris. A few months later I found out that after her trip she had made the decision to pursue her life long love and talent for writing and combine it with her passion for photography. And she’s been very busy every since. This is one of those stories that shows that with passion, determination and a lot of hard work, you can really make things happen for you!
This week I'm bringing you a PR guru on the show to help you with branding, using social media better, optimizing your website and much more.