This week Valérie invites David Julian to talk about their trip to Havana, Cuba just hours after they flew back to the States.
This week Valerie talks with Minneapolis based photographer Rachel Simmons and her new adventure of combining her love for children, photography and the imaginary into whimsical birthday parties in her beautiful studio space.
Valerie and guest co-host Jens Krauer answer listener questions about going beyond the comfort zone and weekend shooting. They announce the winners of the latest photo challenge and announce a new one.
This week Valerie shares a fun conversation with German photographer, educator, author and podcaster extraordinaire Chris Marquadt.
NYC photographer Susan Rosenberg Jones shares with us the new photo series she has been working on: Widow/er. Susan meets with widows and widowers of all ages. They have a conversation, and she makes a portrait. In this conversation Susan talks to us about the process.
Fun gift ideas for photographers on Hit The Streets this week. Happy Thanksgiving!
This week on Hit The Streets, Valérie invites Marco Larousse to co-host. Together they answer listener questions, announce the winner of the last photo challenge and much, much more.
Valerie met Nicole Houff at a local art fair recently and was struck by the originally of her work. Nicole sets up some very creative scenes of everyday life with the iconic duo Barbie and Ken. Her talent, creativity and passion shines through in this conversation. Her work will bring a smile to your face, guaranteed. Enjoy!
This week on Hit the Streets, Valerie talks with Bryce Evans. He is the founder of The One Project, using the healing power of photography for mental health.
This week Valerie shares a conversation with NYC documentary photographer Karen Marshall on the show. If you’ve been involved with ICP or Maine Media workshops, her name is most likely familiar to you. I invited Karen to discuss her special 30 year project titled Between Girls: A Passage to Womanhood.
Valerie shares a conversation with Brandon Gieser and Felix Uribe. The two men are using their cameras and documentary skills to help tell the story of the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco.
This week Patrick Ludolph is my guest co-host. Together we answer questions about photographic style and mobile phones! We also announce the winner of the last photo challenge and announce a new contest and a cool prize.
Valerie shares a conversation with Paul Vincent. Find out how football, photography and serendipity brought a visual storyteller from London to work on a documentary project in Malawi.
During this special case studies episode, Valerie shares a conversation with Texas based photographer Joshua Simmons. It's all about passion, talent, determination and team Work. His journey will inspire you.
This week David Julian sits in for Valerie and interviews London based photographer Wayne Crichlow. Enjoy!
We often talk about the power of the still photograph to raise awareness and how each one of us can use our storytelling skills to make a difference in the world. Today I invited Ed Kirwan on the show. Ed uses stills and a unique word to bring the attention of the viewer on social media and bring attention to homelessness. This is an important conversation, please share it.
In this episode of HTS, Valerie invited David Julian to cohost. Together they answer questions from Frank Meffert and Andrew Raff about the weirdest thing that's happened to them on the streets and how to define street photography.
I invited Chris Bailey again for the release of his new book Hyperfocus: How To Be More Productive In a World Of Distractions. This great conversation will help you make better use of your time and attention to do things that truly matter, such as taking pictures...
This week I invited Anja Hitzenberger. She is a photographer, filmmaker and video artist. She is also member of the faculty at ICP in NYC and the founder of StrudelmediaLive. We discuss her work and her focus on the body and its relationship to architecture and space, as well as themes relating to food and how people eat. We also talk about ways to get noticed by galleries and how to be commissioned to work on photography projects. Finally Anja tells us about her online classes with StrudelmediaLive.
To celebrate episode 100, Valerie invites the person who introduced her to podcasting originally, podcaster extraordinaire and good friend Frederick Van Johnson!
This week on Hit The Streets, Valerie invited German photographer Patrick Ludolph to talk about his amazing photographic adventure on some of the largest cargo ships in the world. Enjoy!
In this episode of Hit The Streets Valerie is joined by Angelo Fernandes to answer listener questions, pick a photo challenge winner and much more!
In this episode of Hit The Streets, Valerie gives you a quick recap of the past few weeks. She talks about her workshop in Normandy in June, experiencing the World Cup victory in France, and update on Joshua Coombes and #DoSomethingForNothing and more..
In this episode, my good friend Doug Kaye talks about his street photography adventure in Hong Kong, insurance, dash cams and much more...
This is Part II of a two-part episode of Hit The Streets with photographer and author John Harrington. John gives you extremely valuable business tips to help you monetize your photography skills. From pricing to contracts, invoicing to getting paid and so much more!