Mon, 22 December 2008
In this podcast, I discuss the one year anniversary since I started Thoughts on Photography (October 15th actually), why I started the podcast, and some of my New Year resolutions for the podcast going forward for 2009.
Sun, 21 December 2008
In this podcast I pull together a list of my favorite photography books published in 2008. The book list includes:
America by Zoe Strauss
Cuba: Campo Adentro by Susan S. Bank
Planet Shanghai by Justin Guariglia
Fading Hutongs by Julio De Matos
Ideology in Paradise by Hiroshi Watanabe
Interior Exposure by Jessica Todd Harper
Domestic Vacations by Julie Blackmon
A Certain Alchemy by Keith Carter
Sun, 7 December 2008
Howard Zehr is known worldwide for his work in transforming our understanding of justice, particularly restorative justice, and is a faculty member at Eastern Mennonite University's Center for Justice and Peacebuilding. He is also the General Editor of The Little Books of Justice and Peacebuilding series of which The Little Book of Contemplative Photography is a part. Zehr is also an accomplished photographer (particularly in creating the documentary-style photographs for his books) and teaches workshops on contemplative photography which promote "mindfulness" in photography.
Fri, 5 December 2008
In this podcast I discuss the current resurgence in interest in the work of William Eggleston. An retrospective exhibition of Eggleston's work on display at the Whitney Museum of American Art along with a new book/catalog of the exhibition. Coincidentally, a new DVD documentary is also available as well. There has never been a better time to get to know the work Eggleston than now.
Tue, 2 December 2008
Ibarionex Perello is a California-based photographer, writer, and educator. Ibarionex is a contributing writer for Shutterbug Magazine, PC Photo, and Digital PhotoPro. He is co-founder of Alas Media, a studio dedicated to telling stories through a variety of media, and is the host of the Candid Frame, a podcast focused on interviews of photographers across the wide spectrum of the photographic world, and FotoBoy, a blog on photography.