If you’ve ever been turned off by the photography part of my podcast about photography, give this episode a listen. It’s about not fitting in, being ahead of one’s time, and misjudging history. Listen below or or read on for the transcript.
At record pace, a second podcast episode in two weeks. You thought I was done with Latin American? No way: Here’s an episode about the Mexican photographer Manuel Álvarez Bravo, and more broadly about describing something that cannot be seen. Listen, or read on for the transcript.
How a Chilean photographer quit his career in pursuit of yoga and world peace.
Happy to bring you a new episode of my podcast Available Light, challenging the notion that a camera doesn’t lie. You can listen below – or click “Read more” to continue to the transcript.
“There is no way of knowing the territory a dream occupies within you until you feel the contours of its absence.” – Nate di Meo, in an excellent episode of The Memory Palace
Here’s the second episode of my podcast, Available Light. It’s inspired by a recent trip to the Bauhaus, and it’s about photographic lessons from the radical, 1920s approach to art. You can listen below – or click “Read more” to continue to the transcript.
In tech, things have a way of happening simultaneously. The first has been a small debate about the future of podcasting, caused by this New York Times article. On behalf of some podcasters, it makes the case for Apple – which provides the dominant podcast catalogue – to double down on the format: Interviews with […]
I am launching a podcast! It’s called Available Light and it is about photography.
In an interview on the great “Song Exploder” podcast, the singer of The Long Winters, John Roderick, comments on the cryptic lyrics of “The Commander Thinks Aloud”: Most of The Long Winters’ songs are (…) intentionally difficult to parse because they are meant to communicate in an emotional language rather than in a literal language. […]