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Musings of the Artist features meaningful conversations with all kinds of artists. Musicians, poets, photographers, and other creatives share their honest stories, touching on the duality of being creative - the pure joy of making art - but also the particular struggles that come with it. In speaking about vulnerability, many of these artists remind us that even though people can look like they have it all together on the surface, we all struggle. In each episode, Montse's guests share the c ...
 
Tune in every Tuesday to hear fantastic photographers, designers, and entrepreneurs share their secrets to success with red-headed Katie and curly-haired Phil! The pair are co-owners of La Rousse Shoppe, home of the original La Rousse glass box designed for professional wedding and portrait photographers. Katie and Phil are both former school teachers who have since transitioned into lives of owning their photography studios, as well as running a number of online businesses on the side. This ...
 
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Featuring contributions from: Tom Booth Woodger from Setanta Books Amak Mahmoodian (Episode 121) Kalpesh Lathigra (Episode 005) Jenny Lewis (Episode 064) Alys Tomlinson (Episode 123) Robin Maddock (Episode 056) Bryony Carlin Matthew Finn (Episode 098) Elizabeth Waterman Michael Grecco (Days of Punk)โดย Ben Smith
 
Emily Bernard is an author and professor. She holds a B.A. and Ph. D. in American Studies from Yale University. Her most recent book is the essay collection Black is the Body: Stories from My Grandmother’s Time, My Mother’s Time, and Mine. In this wide-ranging conversation, Emily speaks on motherhood, fear, forgiveness, rejecting shame and staying …
 
Tom Wood was born in 1951 in County Mayo in the west of Ireland. He trained as a conceptual painter at Leicester Polytechnic from 1973 to 1976. Extensive viewing of experimental films led him to photography, in which he is self-taught. Between 1978 and 2003 Tom lived in New Brighton, Merseyside, where much of his most famous and celebrated work was…
 
Hannah Reyes Morales is a Filipina photographer and National Geographic Explorer Based in Manila whose work documents tenderness amidst adversity. Her photography, both visceral and intimate, takes a look at how resilience is embodied in daily life. Hannah’s work explores the universal themes of diaspora, survival, and the bonds that tie us togethe…
 
Mary Gauthier is a Grammy-nominated songwriter, and author. She has a gift of making outsiders feel like insiders, which is a beautiful thread throughout her new memoir “Saved by a Song.” We talk about making a life out of being creative, the vulnerability of performing, the beauty and wonder of being a late bloomer, and why the maybe’s we get are …
 
Kirsty Mackay is an photographic artist, educator, activist and filmmaker whose research-led documentary practice highlights social issues surrounding gender, class and discrimination. She has an MA in Documentary photography from University of South Wales, Newport. Her current book project The Fish That Never Swam, considers class and discriminati…
 
Igor Posner was born in Leningrad (St. Petersburg). After the fall of the Soviet Union, Igor moved to California in the early 90s. He studied molecular and cell biology at the University of California, Los Angeles, where he first started to take pictures and experiment in the darkroom. This initial infatuation with picture-taking led Igor to explor…
 
Lottie Davies was born in Guildford, UK, in 1971. She grew up in Surrey and was educated in Alton and Godalming. After a degree in philosophy at St Andrews University in Scotland, she moved back to England to pursue a career in photography. She is currently based in Cornwall in the south west of England. Lotties’ unique style has been employed in a…
 
Matthew Genitempo is an American photographer and book publisher currently living and making work in Marfa, Texas. He received his MFA in photography from the University of Hartford. Matthew was selected as one of PDN’s 30 Emerging Photographers and received the LensCulture Emerging Photographer Award. His first book, Jasper, was chosen for the Har…
 
Craig Easton’s work is deeply rooted in the documentary tradition. He shoots long-term documentary projects exploring issues around social policy, identity and a sense of place. Known for his intimate portraits and expansive landscapes, his work regularly combines these elements with reportage approaches to storytelling, often working collaborative…
 
Lidia Yuknavitch is the nationally bestselling author of the novels The Book of Joan, The Small Backs of Children, and Dora: A Headcase, and the memoir The Chronology of Water. Her newest book Verge is a collection of short stories. She also has a TED Talk “The Beauty of Being a Misfit” that has been viewed by millions. She lives in Portland, Orego…
 
Ron Jude is an American photographer and educator, born in Los Angeles in 1965 and raised in rural Idaho. He lives and works in Eugene, Oregon, where he teaches photography as a professor of art at the University of Oregon. His recent work explores the relationship between place, memory, and narrative through multiple approaches ranging from the us…
 
American photographer Christian Patterson was born in Wisconsin and lives in New York City. His conceptually grounded, narratively driven, visually layered work has been described as novelistic, subjective documentary of the historical past, and often deals with themes of the archive, authorship, memory, place and time. It includes photographs, dra…
 
Tania Franco Klein (b. 1990) started photography while gaining a BA in Architecture in her home town of Mexico City, which led her to pursue a Masters degree in Photography at the University of the Arts, London. Her work is highly influenced by a fascination with social behavior and contemporary concerns such as leisure, consumption, media overstim…
 
Alejandro Cartagena was born in the Dominican Republic in 1977 and lives and works in Monterrey, Mexico. His projects employ landscape and portraiture as a means to examine social, urban and environmental issues. Alejandro’s work has been exhibited internationally in more than 50 group and individual exhibitions in spaces including the Cartier foun…
 
Andrew Duhon is a singer-songwriter from New Orleans. In this episode, we chat about the search for belonging, self-acceptance, and finding the profound in the minutia. Andrew also talks about songwriting and art making in a way that is mesmerizing and inspiring. As he says, “No one else is you, no one else can tell your story. It is your human tal…
 
Influential English photographer Paul Graham has published three survey monographs, along with 17 other publications. In 1981, he completed his first body of work, A1 - The Great North Road, which he later self-published as a book, re-printed in 2020 by Mack. The series of colour photographs captured life along England’s ageing arterial road, the A…
 
David Yarrow was born in 1966 into the Scottish Yarrow shipbuilding dynasty - founded in 1865 by his grandfather, Sir Alfred Yarrow, who had come from humble origins in East London. David took up photography at an early age and as a 20-year-old university undergraduate found himself working as a photographer for The Times on the pitch at the 1986 W…
 
Nadia Owusu is an author and urbanist who grew up between Africa and Europe and now lives in Brooklyn. In the episode Nadia talks about her memoir Aftershocks and the ways growing up between cultures shaped her life. We also chat about claiming, naming, and accepting mental illness as a part of one’s identity, code-switching, and the gifts of memoi…
 
Jason Esekenazi is a photographer, curator and co-founder of the photobook publishing community Red Hook Editions. He lives in Queens, New York, where he grew up and went to university, taking a degree in psychology and American literature at Queens College. The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 led Jason out of New York into the wider world and afte…
 
Pam Houston is the author of many books including the memoir, "Deep Creek: Finding Hope In The High Country", "Cowboys are my Weakness" and most recently "Air Mail: Letters of Politics, Pandemics, and Place" (with Amy Irvine). Pam is also a fantastic teacher and the co-founder and creative director of the literary nonprofit Writing By Writers. In t…
 
Nanna Heitmann (b. 1994 in Ulm, Germany) is a German/ Russian documentary photographer, currently based in Moscow, Russia. Her work often deals with issues of isolation – physical, social and spiritual – as well as the very nature of how people react to and interact with their environs. Nanna has received awards that include the Leica Oscar Barnack…
 
Rachel Eliza Griffiths is a poet, visual artist, and novelist. We chat about her stunning collection of poetry and photography, "Seeing the Body". Some of the topics we speak on include monumental loss and the grief that follows, memory, languages of sadness, taking action against despair, and pushing away the useless pressure of likability. Rachel…
 
Josh Telles is a Celebrity and Food Photographer based in LA. He has photographed artists like Nicole Kidman, David Lynch, Mary J. Blige, and so many others. In this episode, Josh tells us about his path to becoming the photographer he is today. We chat about vulnerability in photo making, chronic anxiety, telling other people’s stories through pho…
 
Evgenia Arbugaeva was born and spent her early childhood in the secluded town of Tiksi, located on the shore the Laptev Sea in the Republic of Yakutia in Russia’s Arctic North. Though she is now based in London and recently lived for a number of years in New York City, she has spent much of the past decade returning to and exploring the region surr…
 
Cig Harvey is a photographer and writer based in Maine. She is the author of three sold-out books, and Blue Violet, her new book of photographs, drawings, and writing will be out in May. In this episode, we talk all about books, intuition, her photography process (hooray for “date nights” with photos!), and the importance of noticing in art making.…
 
Featuring: Amak Mahmoodian Ellie Davies Alys Tomlinson Michal Iwanowski Tom Oldham Jon Tonks Ken Grant Tom Craig Roger Ballen Phillip Toledano Barry Lewis Jodi Bieber Sabiha Çimen Tasneem Alsultan Stephen Dupont Tim Page Andy Sewell Aletheia Casey Jesse Lenz Michael Christopher Brown Tom Stoddartโดย Ben Smith
 
Tom Stoddart is an award-winning British photojournalist whose work has appeared in many of the most pretigious international magazines and newspapers. He is widely regarded by editors and his peers as one of the world’s most experienced and respected photographers. His international frontline assignments have included almost every major conflict a…
 
American photographer Michael Christopher Brown was raised in the Skagit Valley, a farming community in Washington. After moving to New York City in 2005, he joined the Italian photo agency Grazia Neri in 2006. He then moved to Beijing, China, in 2009 and over the next two years put together a series of works from road and train trips across the co…
 
Jesse Lenz is a self-taught photographer and multidisciplinary artist. As an illustrator he has created images for the most well-respected publications around the world, including TIME, The New York Times Magazine, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, and many others. He is the founder and director of Charcoal Book Club, Charcoal Press, and the Chico Hot Sprin…
 
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