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In the October 2020 issue of SPM, Gina Williams wrote this about Kevin Fletcher, “Essentially self-taught, he built and explored the magic of the darkroom, taught himself the Zone System, photographed and photographed, and eventually ended up attending graduate school at New York City’s School of Visual Arts. “Fletcher went on to embark on a succes…
 
It was our pleasure to speak with our good friend Meryl Meisler once again, this time about her newest book New York PARADISE LOST Bushwick Era Disco. Strand Books describes this book as “an intimate journey to the pandemonium and paradise of the 1970s through early 1990s New York City. Meryl documented a tumultuous time in NYC’s history – epidemic…
 
Suitcase Joe is an anonymous photographer and activist who uses his work to advocate for the unhoused. He spent a decade getting to know Skid Row and its inhabitants—the largest unhoused community in America—and in that time he gained the trust and acceptance to intimately observe and photograph the inner workings of their daily lives. Suitcase Joe…
 
Whenever we get together with Michael Ernest Sweet, there’s always plenty to talk about and in this episode of the podcast we certainly covered some ground. We talked about Tim Huynh’s street photography film, Fill the Frame, our thoughts on social media, the lack of community spirit in street photography, the double-edged sword of developing a str…
 
Philipp Meiners is a German photographer who is passionate about street photography. He describes his passion this way: “Strolling through the streets, always looking for something interesting, the decisive moment, is a great opportunity for me to disconnect from everyday life. I just walk through the streets and watch what is happening, or look fo…
 
Matt Jerrams is an executive producer who creates television commercials in the UK, who also happens to have a real passion for street photograhpy. As always, Matt Jerrams and I had plenty to talk about in this episode of our podcast. Matt is in London, currently under lockdown again, se he had some free time to spare to talk all things street phot…
 
Photojournalist and advertising lifestyle photographer, Craig Litten, earns his living making photographs. So he knows the importance of having his work taken seriously. Craig says that one of the most important factors in being taken seriously is to take it seriously yourself. And part of that is to be consistent in the work you show to the world.…
 
Ritchie Roesch is a Fuji photographer who lives in Salt Lake City. In his college days, he studied photography under June Van Cleef and has been a part-time/hobby photographer for two decades now. He’s also the author of the Fuji X Weekly photography blog, a blog dedicated to all things Fujifilm. He started out shooting 35mm film (like a lot of us)…
 
Gulnara Samoilova is the founder of the Women Street Photographers project: a website, social media platform and annual exhibition. She also happens to be just the person who curated a new photo book called “Women Street Photographers” – a fantastic collection of photos showcasing images by 100 contemporary women street photographers from around th…
 
Nicolas St-Pierre may come from a small town in Quebec, but by all accounts, he is a world traveler. Nicolas is a diplomat with the Canadian Foreign Service, which has meant extensive travel around the world and even a few stints living abroad in places like China and Japan. But as has been the case for many of us, a global pandemic brought interna…
 
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