Category: Interviews

  • B: Q & A with Sinna Nasseri

    B: Q & A with Sinna Nasseri

    Q & A with Sinna Nasseri Photo by Kyle Myles Sinna Nasseri is a photographer based in New York City. He is currently on a road trip  around the United States. • BA:… Link: http://blakeandrews.blogspot.com/2020/11/q-with-sinna-nasseri.html Sinna Nasseri is a photographer based in New York City. He is currently on a road trip around the United States.

  • Of Poetry and Magic – Photographs by Munem Wasif | Interview by Amy Parrish | LensCulture

    Of Poetry and Magic – Photographs by Munem Wasif | Interview by Amy Parrish | LensCulture

    Of Poetry and Magic – Photographs by Munem Wasif | Interview by Amy Parrish | LensCulture Munem Wasif has honed his monochromatic way of visually interpreting the world via LensCulture: https://www.lensculture.com/articles/munem-wasif-of-poetry-and-magic Munem Wasif has honed his monochromatic way of visually interpreting the world. This juror for LensCulture’s Black and White Awards reveals the details that…

  • B: Q & A with Ed Templeton

    B: Q & A with Ed Templeton

    Q & A with Ed Templeton Ed Templeton is a photographer, artist, and skateboard executive based on Huntington Beach, CA. (This interview was compiled from two chats… Link: http://blakeandrews.blogspot.com/2020/10/q-with-ed-templeton.html SO, that leads to the answer. I think I am drawn to anything that is interesting to me, mostly people and how they present themselves and…

  • Creative Leaps – Photographs by various photographers | Interview by Amy Parrish | LensCulture

    Creative Leaps – Photographs by various photographers | Interview by Amy Parrish | LensCulture

    Creative Leaps – Photographs by various photographers | Interview by Amy Parrish | LensCulture Senior Photo Editor of TIME Magazine, Thea Traff has an empowering message for photographers via LensCulture: https://www.lensculture.com/articles/thea-traff-creative-leaps Senior Photo Editor of TIME Magazine, Thea Traff has an empowering message for photographers. Drawing on her work as an editor and photographer, she…

  • On India and Identity: Sunil Gupta and Nick Sethi In Conversation | AnOther

    On India and Identity: Sunil Gupta and Nick Sethi In Conversation via AnOther: https://www.anothermag.com/art-photography/12821/sunil-gupta-nick-sethi-from-here-to-eternity-lovers-ten-years-on Ahead of a new exhibition and book of Sunil Gupta’s work, the photographer sits down with fellow image-maker Nick Sethi for a conversation spanning India, identity and sexuality

  • On Photographing Black Skin: Antwaun Sargent & Joshua Kissi In Conversation | AnOther

    On Photographing Black Skin: Antwaun Sargent & Joshua Kissi In Conversation via AnOther: https://www.anothermag.com/art-photography/12799/antwaun-sargent-joshua-kissi-in-conversation-just-pictures-exhibition-st-louis As his group exhibition Just Pictures continues in Missouri, curator Antwaun Sargent sits down with photographer Joshua Kissi to talk the technicalities of photographing Black skin, family photo albums and working with Beyoncé

  • B: Matt Stuart: Into The Fire

    B: Matt Stuart: Into The Fire

    Matt Stuart: Into The Fire Matt Stuart’s book Into The Fire was recently published by Setanta Books.  • BA: How did you discover Slab City? MS: I discovered Slab City… Link: http://blakeandrews.blogspot.com/2020/08/matt-stuartinto-fire.html Matt Stuart’s book Into The Fire was recently published by Setanta Books.

  • Photographers on Photographers: Macaulay Lerman in conversation with Paul Guilmoth | LENSCRATCH

    Photographers on Photographers: Macaulay Lerman in conversation with Paul Guilmoth | LENSCRATCH

    Photographers on Photographers: Macaulay Lerman in conversation with Paul Guilmoth At first glance the photograph is a medium of great limitation. The primary function of the camera is to describe the surface of an enclosed scene. Yet, for perhaps ineffable reasons, certain imagery surpasses it’s technical purpose, instead conjuring sen via LENSCRATCH: http://lenscratch.com/2020/08/photographers-on-photographers-macaulay-lerman-and-paul-guilmoth/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+lenscratch%2FZAbG+%28L++E++N++S++C++R++A++T++C++H%29 At first…

  • Q&A: Rosem Morton, photographer and nurse on the front lines of the pandemic – Columbia Journalism Review

    Q&A: Rosem Morton, photographer and nurse on the front lines of the pandemic Rosem Morton, a nurse for eight years, works full-time at a Baltimore hospital. When she isn’t assisting airway surgeries and distributing personal protective equipment to coworkers, she works as a freelance photojournalist and documentary photographer via Columbia Journalism Review: https://www.cjr.org/q_and_a/rosem-morton-photojournalism-covid-19-nurse.php ROSEM MORTON,…

  • Photographers on Photographers: Chen Xiangyun in conversation with Tim Soter | LENSCRATCH

    Photographers on Photographers: Chen Xiangyun in conversation with Tim Soter | LENSCRATCH

    Photographers on Photographers: Chen Xiangyun in conversation with Tim Soter I chose to have a conversation about making and self-publishing photography books, because I myself am passionate about the medium and lack of discussion in the tremendous potentials of bookmaking. I think it will bring something different to the reader. via LENSCRATCH: http://lenscratch.com/2020/07/photographers-on-photographers-chen-xiangyun-in-conversation-with-tim-soter/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+lenscratch%2FZAbG+%28L++E++N++S++C++R++A++T++C++H%29 Below is…

  • What It’s Like to Document History: An Interview with Pultizer Prize Nominated Evelyn Hockstein – PhotoShelter Blog

    What It’s Like to Document History: An Interview with Pultizer Prize Nominated Evelyn Hockstein – PhotoShelter Blog

    What It’s Like to Document History: An Interview with Pultizer Prize Nominated Evelyn Hockstein – PhotoShelter Blog PhotoShelter Community Marketing Manager Caitlyn Edwards interviews photojournalist Evelyn Hockstein about the George Floyd protests and her career. via PhotoShelter Blog: https://blog.photoshelter.com/2020/07/document-history-an-interview-with-evelyn-hockstein/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+PhotoshelterBlog+%28PhotoShelter+Blog%29 Photojournalist Evelyn Hockstein is no stranger to pivoting from one project to the next.

  • With honesty at the core of his photography, Kgomotso Neto discusses the importance of accurate representation

    With honesty at the core of his photography, Kgomotso Neto discusses the importance of accurate representation

    With honesty at the core of his photography, Kgomotso Neto discusses the importance of accurate representation The Johannesburg-based photographer tells us how he came to be a photographer and the values he instils in his practice to date. Link: https://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/kgomotso-neto-photography-230620?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+itsnicethat%2FSlXC+%28It%27s+Nice+That%29 The Johannesburg-based photographer tells us how he came to be a photographer and the values…

  • Conflict Photography at Home: An Interview With New Orleans’ Abdul Aziz – PhotoShelter Blog

    Conflict Photography at Home: An Interview With New Orleans’ Abdul Aziz – PhotoShelter Blog

    Conflict Photography at Home: An Interview With New Orleans’ Abdul Aziz – PhotoShelter Blog New Orleans conflict photographer Abdul Aziz shares his experiences as a Black photographer documenting the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests and more. via PhotoShelter Blog: https://blog.photoshelter.com/2020/06/interview-with-new-orleans-abdul-aziz/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+PhotoshelterBlog+%28PhotoShelter+Blog%29 As a Black photographer specializing in conflict photography, Aziz’s work has a certain intangible authenticity…

  • What it Takes to Be a Photo Editor – Aperture Foundation NY

    What it Takes to Be a Photo Editor – Aperture Foundation NY

    What it Takes to Be a Photo Editor For TIME magazine’s editor at large, photography is about speaking truth to the world. via Aperture Foundation NY: https://aperture.org/blog/what-it-takes-to-be-a-photo-editor/ For TIME magazine’s editor at large, photography is about speaking truth to the world.

  • Tokyo Connection: Ihiro Hayami – Ihiro Hayami interviewed by Amy Parrish | LensCulture

    Tokyo Connection: Ihiro Hayami – Ihiro Hayami interviewed by Amy Parrish | LensCulture

    Tokyo Connection: Ihiro Hayami – Ihiro Hayami interviewed by Amy Parrish | LensCulture The founder of the T3 International Photo Festival in Tokyo, and a juror for LensCulture’s Street Photography Awards, talks about creating opportunities for photographers around the globe via LensCulture: https://www.lensculture.com/articles/ihiro-hayami-tokyo-connection-ihiro-hayami The founder of the T3 International Photo Festival in Tokyo, and a…

  • B: Q & A with Chris Shaw

    B: Q & A with Chris Shaw

    Q & A with Chris Shaw Chris Shaw is a photographer based in Paris. • How is the crazy pandemic treating you? One hour a day outside allowed with a wr… Link: http://blakeandrews.blogspot.com/2020/04/q-with-chris-shaw.html Ghetto maybe too harsh a word really, but I moved into a flat in Liverpool 8 with a girlfriend and I started…

  • Ready for Surprise: Joel Meyerowtiz Interview 2020 – Photographs by Joel Meyerowitz | Interview by Jim Casper | LensCulture

    Ready for Surprise: Joel Meyerowtiz Interview 2020 – Photographs by Joel Meyerowitz | Interview by Jim Casper | LensCulture

    Ready for Surprise: Joel Meyerowtiz Interview 2020 – Photographs by Joel Meyerowitz | Interview by Jim Casper | LensCulture The pioneering master of color street photography talks about his passions and the energy of the street in this wide-ranging audio interview via LensCulture: https://www.lensculture.com/articles/joel-meyerowitz-ready-for-surprise-joel-meyerowtiz-interview-2020 The pioneering master of color street photography talks about his passions…

  • Magnum Photographer Alec Soth on Not Giving In to What’s ‘Cool’

    Magnum Photographer Alec Soth on Not Giving In to What’s ‘Cool’

    Magnum Photographer Alec Soth on Not Giving In to What’s ‘Cool’ In his latest “sofa session” interview, Martin Parr speaks with fellow Magnum photographer Alec Soth (pronounced like “both”) about launching his career, via PetaPixel: https://petapixel.com/2020/04/09/magnum-photographer-alec-soth-on-not-giving-in-to-whats-cool/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+PetaPixel+%28PetaPixel%29 In his latest “sofa session” interview, Martin Parr speaks with fellow Magnum photographer Alec Soth (pronounced like “both”) about…

  • The Intention to be Unintentional: A Conversation with Daniel Arnold | LENSCRATCH

    The Intention to be Unintentional: A Conversation with Daniel Arnold | LENSCRATCH

    The Intention to be Unintentional: A Conversation with Daniel Arnold Daniel Arnold takes photos that defy definition. While his practice of walking the streets for endless hours and shooting candid moments would place him squarely in the “street photography” camp, somehow he doesn’t fit in. There’s an eccentricity which ov via LENSCRATCH: http://lenscratch.com/2020/04/the-intention-to-be-unintentional-a-conversation-with-daniel-arnold/ Daniel Arnold…

  • B: Q & A with Alice Christine Walker

    B: Q & A with Alice Christine Walker

    Q & A with Alice Christine Walker Alice Christine Walker is a photographer based in Portland. • BA: Tell me about your photobooth pictures. How/when did you get s… Link: http://blakeandrews.blogspot.com/2020/03/q-with-alice-christine-walker.html Haha! Yes, that’s true. I approach the photobooth from the unique position of being the darkroom photographer and the subject. Well, mechanic/photographer…