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A preservationist’s job is to protect. She watches over something precious, something that deserves to be maintained. He understands its worth and displays it carefully to the world in the same way a white-gloved museum curator presents a rare da Vinci. They will forever stand guard and fight for the cause – for a preservationist’s job is never done. We are The Michael Jackson Preservation Project. We are here to promote his artistic brilliance, his unmatched humanitarianism and his life leg ...
 
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Marcos Cabotá, film director and massive MJ fan, joins Jamon Bull, Elise Capron, Charlie Carter, and John Cameron to discuss his new documentary film, Sonic Fantasy. Currently debuting at film festivals around the world, Sonic Fantasy tells the story of iconic sound engineer and long-time Michael Jackson studio collaborator, Bruce Swedien, and the …
 
When a production photographer actually gets to take pictures and people are still posting $100 prices on their photography websites--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support
 
Do we really have people who believe the Earth is flat still is that still a thing? I don't know let's talk about it see you inside--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support
 
In this episode, Karin and Elizabeth review the MA thesis of Ryan Gary, “Who’s Bad?” Disrupting Cultural (Re)Production Through Representations of Michael Jackson. They review every chapter so listeners can decide if this thesis can be a good starting point or be used as a referral for their own thesis. Merx, Karin, and Elizabeth Amisu. “Episode 54…
 
Abstract In this episode, Karin and Elizabeth review the MA thesis of Ryan Gary, “Who’s Bad?” Disrupting Cultural (Re)Production Through Representations of Michael Jackson. They review every chapter so listeners can decide if this thesis can be a good starting point or be used as a referral for their own thesis. REFERENCE AS: Merx, Karin, and Eliza…
 
A little free floating hostility today. I hope you're doing well maybe we'll talk a little bit about photography and maybe we'll talk a little bit about how our government lies to us or maybe just a little bit of both :-)--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support
 
And truth I can't think of a better way to see the greater picture that we are painting then through The eyes of a photographer. Just a few observations of what I see after watching us through a 28 mm lens--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support
 
Brad Buxer, Matt Forger, and Brad Sundberg join host Jamon Bull for a very special episode in remembrance of the late John Barnes. From Barnes’s early work with Jackson at Hayvenhurst, to deep-dive discussions around technical recording aspects and some of their collaborative works like the brilliant song “Another Part of Me”, Matt and the two Brad…
 
Important lessons I learned along the way like never following the money and knowing what you got in your hand and it's better than any birds that might be in that bush over there. Listen along as I lay out my dumbest camera mistake :-)--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support…
 
I got to thinking about how information was transmitted through pictures and I couldn't help but draw the similarities between the Egyptians and us--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support
 
In episode 53, Karin and Elizabeth Discuss and review the MA thesis, recently published in the Journal, The Hagiography and teratology and the HIStory of Michael Jackson. They simultaneously talk about biographies and what they should entail for academics, but also how critical readers need to be when reading them. Merx, Karin, and Elizabeth Amisu.…
 
Abstract In episode 53, Karin and Elizabeth Discuss and review the MA thesis, recently published in the Journal, The Hagiography and teratology and the HIStory of Michael Jackson. They simultaneously talk about biographies and what they should entail for academics, but also how critical readers need to be when reading them. REFERENCE AS: Merx, Kari…
 
The team is back for Season Eight of the The MJCast! Host Jamon Bull is joined by Charles Thomson, Charlie Carter, and Courtney Stribling and Cuzin Kam (co-hosts of the Janet Jackson podcast, Janet Today, Janet Tomorrow, Janet Forever) for a Roundtable to discuss the recent multi-part documentary series, JANET JACKSON. In this in-depth, lively chat…
 
I have been hearing a very disturbing line of dialog make the rounds lately. 'White people do not have culture, they only steal culture from everybody!". That is only half true. I have discovered white folk culture...--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support
 
I am a litttle worried on this one, the world is on fire.... again. Ilterally watched gas prices JUMP 40 cents! And some observations from the outside as a photographer. How will this generation be remembered, probably alot like mine and our glamour shots!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support…
 
Today I'm taking a look at social medias influence on us when the work dries up and where you and I fit in all of this. The strangest road that has arisen is tribalism. It has always been there but now it has exploded. I will classifying these folk as McKinnonites, They are responsible for 90% of camera industry revenue but less than 1% of producti…
 
In this episode, Elizabeth and Karin review the academic book Michael Jackson And The Quandary Of A Black Identity by Sherrow O Pinder. The premise of Pinder’s book is: What does it mean to be black in America. Elizabeth and Karin go in-depth in this academic book and share their thoughts with you. Merx, Karin, and Elizabeth Amisu. “Episode 52 – Re…
 
Abstract In this episode, Elizabeth and Karin review the academic book Michael Jackson And The Quandary Of A Black Identity by Sherrow O Pinder. The premise of Pinder’s book is: What does it mean to be black in America. Elizabeth and Karin go in-depth in this academic book and share their thoughts with you. REFERENCE AS: Merx, Karin, and Elizabeth …
 
To me Tik Tok is the A&R+Record Contract equivilant in the photography world. Maby I see it because I have been around the block or I could be crazy. In any case listen to me yell :)--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support
 
With this first episode, Karin and Elizabeth take a trip down memory lane with Kerry Hennigan’s Columns of MJ Studies Today as a lead and talk about the present and the future of the Journal. Merx, Karin, and Elizabeth Amisu. “Episode 51 – Past-Present-Future Book 5 ” Podcast, Michael Jackson’s Dream Lives On: An Academic Conversation 8, no. 2 (202…
 
Abstract With this first episode, Karin and Elizabeth take a trip down memory lane with Kerry Hennigan’s Columns of MJ Studies Today as a lead and talk about the present and the future of the Journal. REFERENCE AS: Merx, Karin, and Elizabeth Amisu. “Episode 51 – Past-Present-Future Book 5 ” Podcast, Michael Jackson’s Dream Lives On: An Academic Con…
 
Sometimes I watch other photographers from afar and I kind of see that you know what they are doing is sometimes not really paying off. And introducing a new segment called "An unpopular opinion". Anyways thank you for tuning in I really appreciate your time and I hope I bent your ear in a good way.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michae…
 
Been thinking about the types of photographers and how we all fit together. Not that any one group is better but how does the photo family tree look?--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support
 
Some things about this journey I could predict, this aspect did not disapoint me at all. What happens when things get good to you? What happens when it slows a bit? To quote Plug Third, "Everyone cools off from bein hotIt's about if you can handle bein cold or not!". Thats what this ones about, can you handle the cool offs and how had are they, Rea…
 
As a black and white shooter I forget the clarity of colour. This lens taught me a hard lesson today. Also, would you accept a commision to take a portrait of Donald Trump? Thank you sooo much for tuning in, you are the best.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support
 
Figured I would pop in and say hey.... HEY! Hows your 2022 going so far? Any zombies or blood rain Yet? Kidding, Just remember you can survive this year too!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support
 
Hi my name is Mike and I am an artist. Gonna take a look at lost opportunity and future promise. I should also pay homage to Mr. Meyers as well. film is also (always) on the brain. And goodbye 2021 :)--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support
 
I went for my 4 mile walk today and came up with more ideas than pictures. As usual the world is driving me nuts almost as much as $200 photographers. I got some more ideas on van life for photographers. Happy holidays :)--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support
 
Elise Capron, Jamon Bull, Charlie Carter, Charles Thomson and Taj Jackson join forces to celebrate the holidays and reflect on this past year… Welcome to The MJCast’s annual Christmas Special! Before getting into the bulk of the discussion topics, Jamon breaks the wonderful news that he and his wife Li are expecting Baby #2! The MJCast sends a spec…
 
It's been a long trip on my way to today and narcissism played a part in every way. Mabye this will document that part of my journey.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support
 
More musings of a manic mind. Porn and photography, instagram, and many other things that do not make sense in our world Thank you for stopping by and getting an earfull :)--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support
 
Released in 2001, Invincible was the seventh adult, solo studio album from Michael Jackson. Having released HIStory and Blood on the Dance Floor in uncharacteristically quick succession, Jackson had then largely retreated from the limelight for four years, appearing only at a handful of awards ceremonies and benefit concerts between 1998 and 2001. …
 
Whats on the old mans brain today? JOHNNY CASH, more specifically Elvis and June. Yeah, I said it. Also today I take a picture and edit it with NOT lightroom. I may have come up with a name for this thing and a theme. It is also the day I was born. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-a-jackson-films/support…
 
Well, It's time for a shift. I am a photographer but my ideas kinda go beyond that. Rittenhouse kinda made me see that about myself. My view of the world is weird at best, at least it's better than my spelling. Photography has likely given me a lucid view of our species and it's doings. Join me as I add color commentary to what could be the last qu…
 
Went for a walk in Albuquerque today to drum up some business and things are strange at best. Well, It's time for a shift. I am a photographer but my ideas kinda go beyond that. Rittenhouse kinda made me see that about myself. My view of the world is weird at best, at least it's better than my spelling. Photography has likely given me a lucid view …
 
I have discovered a 3rd masker party! And I think I'm in it :) Well, It's time for a shift. I am a photographer but my ideas kinda go beyond that. Rittenhouse kinda made me see that about myself. My view of the world is weird at best, at least it's better than my spelling. Photography has likely given me a lucid view of our species and it's doings.…
 
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