Natalie Amrossi (@misshattan) has taken to the skies, the roads, and most recently, the seas for her photography, and her aerial images have showcased New York City like never before. She joins us to chat about her move from finance to full-time photography, her favorite global spots to photograph, and her upcoming year-long nomadic photography journey.
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Erin Sullivan (@erinoutdoors) found a love for the outdoors from an early age. Since then, she’s led group outdoor adventures, traveled the world, and began to capture all of her journeys on her blog, ErinOutdoors.com. She joins Adorama to chat about her love for all things on-the-road, her marketing success with her brand, and how her unconventional journey naturally led her back to photography.
Tony Gale (@tonygalephoto) has been a people and portrait photographer for decades, and has been involved in the photography community for years through his work as the APA national president and his teaching career. He sits down to talk with us about his role as a Sony Artisan of Imagery, his advice to up-and-coming photographers looking to break into the market, and his ever-growing list of passion projects.
Deborah Shaffer has been a documentary filmmaker for more than 40 years, and counts multiple awards, including an Academy Award, and nominations among her many honors. Her documentary subjects have spanned the world of social justice, and have covered everything from human rights to war, and many other worlds in between. Today, she joins us to chat about her journey as a female filmmaker, the rising tide of documentaries, and her latest project. "Queen of Hearts: Audrey Flack.”
Kent Miller (@kmstudio) has been in the industry for nearly three decades, and counts Macy’s, the James Beard Foundation, and other clients as some of his biggest and most prominent projects. He joins us to chat about his love of film, his mission to get his hands on all 5x7s, and the upcoming Nikon announcement.
L’Amour Supreme (@lamoursupreme) has created some of the most memorable illustrations, murals, and artwork around New York City and beyond. He joins us to chat about his most exciting collaborations, how he made the move to a full-time artist career, and how he finds inspiration throughout the city, in pop culture, and everyday moments.
Steven Irby, mostly known as @stevesweatpants, has made it big as a New York City street photographer, and is the director and co-founder of Street Dreams Magazine. In this episode, he joins us to chat about how his journey to photography involved a few spills (and many video games), and what really goes into producing his sought-after print magazine.
J.N. Silva (@jnsilva) and Kevin Ornelas (@kevin.ornelas) have made their mark on the Instagram world. In this episode, they chat about the divide between professionals and influencers, the next medium we should all be joining, and how they’ve stayed current with the latest photography and social trends.
Mark Wallace (@jmarkwallace) and Gavin Hoey (@thegavinhoey) are staples on AdoramaTV, where they deliver tutorials and educational videos about photography techniques, gear, and their worldwide travels. In this episode, they discuss how they started their photography careers, how they produce their shows, and their years of adventures.
Show notes available at https://www.adorama.com/alc/podcast
Renan (@renan_ozturk) began his creative journey through painting landscapes, and has naturally followed it up with a passion for photojournalism and filmmaking. As an avid climber, adventurer, and Camp 4 Collective co-founder, Ozturk is on a mission to tell the planet’s story through expeditions.
Show Notes available at https://www.adorama.com/alc/podcast
Chris Burkard (@chrisburkard) has traveled the world with his photography business, bringing his 3 million Instagram followers along for the ride. Known for his surf and landscape photography, he has turned his passion into an award-winning career, and now he’s revealing how he diversifies his business, how others can grow their reach, what he plans to do next.
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Photographers, videographers, audio creatives, welcome to Adorama: The Podcast. Every Monday, our show, hosted by Seth Miranda and Suzee Skwiot, will highlight creative professionals and their career journeys, spotlighting how the pros have found success and the gear that got them there, giving you the insight and inspiration you need to launch your own projects. First episode drops July 9th.