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Defend the Darkroom

Paulette Michayluk

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We are talking to photographers and creatives about themselves – what drives them to do what they do and how they were inspired along the way. In looking at our tech based world, we realized that no one was talking about inspiration, desire, drive or creativity and we thought that it was about time.
 
Hosted by Montreal's Mike Larry. The Darkroom Podcast is a monthly electronic program that features local talent and international guests. Showcasing a wide range of underground techno and tech-house, Darkroom embodies an after-hours sensibility, embodying a hypnotic sonic blueprint that is unmistakable and unforgettable. Tune in each month for an esoteric journey into the deepest reaches of the night.
 
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I think it’s common for most creatives to dream about the day when they garner recognition, find gallery representation and starting to get shown internationally. I don’t believe I ever have had a full understanding of what these things would (or could) mean to an art practise or how an art practise needs to be in constant motion to keep evolving a…
 
Marcel Petit doesn’t mince words – he openly shares his journey, philosophy and desire to not only take a great photograph but connect with his environment. He is thoughtful about why he takes photographs and mindful of how he is capturing an image; he isn’t ok with being on default. Marcel is very respectful of the subject and strives to create a …
 
Dianne Bos does not look at her life linearly. At every opportunity she is open to learning and challenging her perception about the world around her. Speaking with Dianne was electric – she loops ideas and processes together seamlessly with a healthy dose of enthusiasm. Knowing that Dianne defines herself as an Artist and that she does not limit h…
 
While I was speaking with June Clark she mentioned how artists must be willing to take risks. This sentiment really stuck with me – in these crazy times where nothing is “the same” or “normal”, we creatives have been given the gift of time: time to break out of our routines, time to look at the world around us, time to question, time to be open and…
 
Even though video is by far the most effective way to get in front of your audience, it doesn’t mean you HAVE to start building your audience with video. In this episode, I cover: 1- Why start a podcast / 2- How to create a podcast / 3- What type of brand Darkroom Supply Co. has transformed into
 
Although April Hickox may not be an environmentalist, in the traditional definition of the word, she is very much of her environment. April is completely engaged with the place where she lives, the people that are part of her community and what is happening around her. She is an observer; a thinker; storyteller and her photographs bring you into he…
 
Craig Richards has a full life but there has always been one underlying theme that brought everything into focus: photography. From his time at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies in Banff AB starting as a technician and retiring as the Curator of photography; creating the internationally recognized “Through the Lens” program as well as being …
 
Chatting with George Webber…. While speaking with George Webber he said: “Time is the currency of photography” – so true. George has been part of Calgary’s photo community for decades; not only as an instructor but also as a documenter, through creating artistic commentary and as a commercial shooter. George started as a script writer which gave hi…
 
We all have that one artist whose work is compelling and interests us – it provides us with interesting ideas that challenge how we look at the world, ourselves, our work. Barbara Astman’s photography does that for me. I love how she constructs images, layers images (and meanings) while creating bold statements. It was such a pleasure to speak with…
 
In this episode of The Darkroom Podcast we had the pleasure of speaking with photographer and filmmaker Jesse Driftwood. Jesse began his career by filming weddings for a few friends. With such a low margin of error, wedding photography is the ultimate trial by fire for any creator and equipped Jesse with the skills to tell the stories that were unf…
 
This episode of The Darkroom Podcast was made possible by our new podcast partners, Epidemic Sound. The team at Epidemic is helping us bring on some of their amazing creators as guests for the show so this week we’re excited to kick it off with creative director and design educator, Matthew Encina. Matthew is the former creative director at Blind w…
 
In this episode of The Darkroom Podcast we spoke with photographer Jack Harding. We dive into Jack’s story from picking up a camera just five years ago to where he is today. Back in 2016, Jack was working in a Swedish bank, spending his salary to travel to Norway on the weekends with fellow photographers. Since then, Jack has shot for some of the m…
 
When Shin Sugino said that he was up for chatting with me – I was so excited. I knew he was wildly talented but his story makes that seem like an interesting side note. Shin’s story cannot be described as ordinary or dull – he has always challenge boundaries, continued learning and is always having fun. I look forward to seeing the work that comes …
 
In this episode of The Darkroom Podcast we spoke with photographer and Co-founder of Street Dreams Mag, Steven Irby. Steven has been documenting the BLM Protests in NYC, balancing his time both on the ground and in conversations with brands/communities on how to move forward from this moment. The last couple weeks have highlighted our unprecedented…
 
For our season finale, I had Angel Rosado as our guest and I am so glad we did! Listen how his transition was more spiritual than anything else. Contact Angel for more info on missions here: https://www.facebook.com/mddebenezer2020/. As always feel free to say hi and tell us your thoughts! Email: Darkroompod@gmail.com Instagram: @darkrm.podcast…
 
In this episode of The Darkroom Podcast we spoke with GNARBOX CEO, Tim Feess. GNARBOX builds rugged backup devices for professional photographers and filmmakers, creating the most reliable and secure process for backing up files. Creators ranging from professional photographers to production crews use the GNARBOX to streamline their file management…
 
David Morrish’s career is definitely unique – starting in architecture, moving into carpentry, then photography, throw in some print making all the while creating an epic collection of… things makes for a great story. I love how his every day is an exploration in creation. Learning about his use of found object, the creation of a Wunderkammen, his …
 
In this episode of The Darkroom Podcast we spoke with freelance photographer and creative Jeremy Cohen. You may know Jeremy from his viral TikTok series, Quarantine Cutie, where he tapes his phone number to a drone and flies it to a woman he saw dancing on her rooftop. After his dating TikTok series went viral, Jeremy found his work on the cover of…
 
This past week I had the pleasure of getting to know Thaddeus Holownia. Our conversation really made me stop and think about how see my practice and myself. I hope that you enjoy our conversation! To see more of Thaddeus' work please visit.... https://holownia.com/ And his printing press can be found at.... https://anchoragepress.ca/…
 
In the final episode of our Creators in Isolation series, we spoke with three of our favorite creators: photographer Jessica Zollman, designer and author Dani Dipirro and Co-founder of Diversify Photo Andrea Wise. Jessica talks through losing her full-time job and how her future plans of going back to freelancing and moving to Portland had become a…
 
When things are uncertain, it's important to establish rituals we can rely on to keep our minds and spirits on a higher frequency. In this episode, I go over 5 things you can do to build your routine upon. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
In this episode of The Darkroom Podcast we spoke to three of our favorite creators: Chris Burkard, Alex Strohl and Alen Palander to get their perspective on how artists can adapt to the current pandemic. Since COVID-19 has pushed us all into isolation, there has been an influx of news on how the creative community should deal with this pandemic. We…
 
In the last month, the world and the global economy have been hit with the impacts of the Corona Virus. Driving small businesses to close, thousands of people to lose their jobs and left millions with uncertainty on how they are going to get through this crisis. We’ve seen creators and freelancers feeling these effects so deeply that we wanted to p…
 
Ruth Kaplan is a documentary-based photographer whose work explores a variety of themes such as the social behaviour of bathers in communal hot springs, participants in rituals of spirituality and most recently, the situation surrounding refugees seeking asylum in Canada in Canadian/U.S.A. border-town shelters in Buffalo, Detroit, Toronto and Fort …
 
In this episode of The Darkroom Podcast we spoke with lifestyle and adventure photographer Spencer Backman about his recent 1200 mile walk down the California coastline. Spencer found himself in a similar situation as many of us do, working hard with a seemingly great life on paper but feeling empty at the same time. He had a great relationship and…
 
In this episode of The Darkroom Podcast we got a chance to chat with YouTuber and photographer Jessica Kobeissi in the Epidemic Sound Studio. Even as a teenager, Jessica was building community and exploring her artistic talents through PaintShop Pro and Neopets. With a massive following on Neopets, Jessica was inspired to build her own website, tea…
 
This podcast started as an opportunity for creative people to talk about their motivation: not their process; their equipment or their team but simply ‘the why’ of creating. What gets them up in the middle of the night. We believe this interview with Deborah Samuel demonstrates how some people are more than simply inspired but driven to create. It …
 
In this episode of The Darkroom Podcast we got the chance to talk with storyteller and photographer Vanessa Rivera. Starting her creative career just two years ago, Vanessa has found an incredibly unique way to tell stories by creating surreal edits of herself, her husband Anthony and their 3 kids. As her career began taking off, we hear how Vaness…
 
Mark and Dave discuss the demise of PDN, the Fuji X100V, the Negative Supply 120 carrier, and basically whatever comes to mind. Also featuring Moses the dog who barks. This episode is sponsored by Negative Supply, check out the 120 carrier Kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/negativesupply/negative-supply-film-carrier-120-for-cam…
 
Mark introduces Dave and David! Two new co-hosts that bring a wealth of professional photographic experience to the pod. They talk about the Leica Monochrome, the X1D and the 45/4P, and their resolutions for the new year! Dave Waddell can be found on Instagram at @davidbryanphoto and David Pexton can be found at @davidpexton This episode is made po…
 
In this episode of The Darkroom Podcast we spoke to travel and lifestyle photographer Andrew Kearns. Coming off two workshops with Moment and Alex Strohl, Andrew dives into what it was like to be in front of the camera. We get into Andrew's past before photography and how online poker funded his music aspirations. Just a few years back, Andrew went…
 
In this episode Mark and Brennan discuss new newness. A baby! New film! Darkroom progress! And more! In the second segment Mark interviews Saxon from Negative Supply about their recent announcements. *caugh* 120 for 2020! *caugh*--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
In this episode of The Darkroom Podcast we did a roundtable with Dane and the Darkroom founders Theo Chapman and Anders Bill. In a world where seeking attention is often pursued more than paying attention, we run through the risks that poses to the creative process and the trappings of that desire. We also dive into what we think the life of a crea…
 
Welcome back! This episode we are talking with Steve Sherman. I met Steve a number of years ago when he came to Elevator Digital to lead a workshop on his method of split tone printing. Flash forward a number of years, a couple of workshops and a few parties and I was attending the inaugural Photo Arts Exchange symposium in Connecticut with over 50…
 
Welcome to our first interview! Bob Carnie has been working in the photographic industry for over 30 years now. He is an accomplished printmaker, colour corrector and project manager. Known to being a supportive collaborator, Bob has dedicated himself to helping educate new photographers and printmakers as well as supporting seasoned photographers …
 
In this episode of The Darkroom Podcast we spoke with legendary photojournalist and entrepreneur Christopher Michel. Chris has a knack for the extreme, traveling and documenting places like the North & South Poles, Everest, and even the edge of space. We get to the root of how Chris views motivation, pushing to motivate himself and others through p…
 
In this episode of The Darkroom Podcast we spoke with New York Times bestselling author and anonymous poet Atticus. Known for his short form poetry, Atticus has been writing under his pseudonym while capturing the hearts and minds of his over 1 million followers. His third book, The Truth About Magic, is set to release on September 10th and is the …
 
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