Today we have the wonderfully talented, Roza Vulf. An award winning street photographer, kind enough to spare some time, to call in to the show from her home in Rome, Italy.… >>> [Read the rest]
Christopher Rusanowsky joins us from the comfort of his home in Los Angeles, California. We’re getting back to photojournalism and documentary photography, as we discuss his assignments in the streets of Manila, Philippines, LA, the oil fields of North Dakota and much more.
Among many topics, we also focus on two of his completed projects.… >>> [Read the rest]
After an awesome first go at recording in front of a Live Studio Audience at Streetfoto, we’re getting back into the interview groove today, as we sit down with Bangkok Street Photographer, Rammy Narula.
If this name does not yet ring a bell, then you have to listen to this episode immediately.… >>> [Read the rest]
For the first time in our show’s history, we dive head first into a live studio recording our StreetPX at the Streetfoto Festival…. in front a real life audience. Seriously, we’re talking a room of actual people.
Organizer, Ken Walton of the Streetfoto International Street Photography Festival was kind enough to honor our team with a full 2 hour time slot at this year’s fantastic week long event in San Francisco, CA.… >>> [Read the rest]
We are going with a bite-sized episode today, as we quickly drop-in on friend and former guest, Ken Walton, to discuss the upcoming happenings and plans for Streetfoto 2017.
Streetfoto, is an International Street Photography Festival, located here in the heart of San Francisco, CA and running from June 5th – June 11th.… >>> [Read the rest]
StreetPX is tapping into both sides of the brain today, as Adobe Lightroom Product Manager and travel photographer, Josh Haftel, stops by the SPX studios to discuss his work, share insights into the workings of the Adobe machine, as well as a guided story on his 2 year walk-about through Myanmar, Cambodia and other wonderfully beautiful and remote locales.… >>> [Read the rest]
Mike Kirschner began his creative path photographing the iconic musical artists’ of San Francisco’s psychedelic rock scene. As a result, from the mid-80s and the late-90s, he experienced the thrill of documenting such legends as The Grateful Dead and members of Quicksilver Messenger Service, Jefferson Airplane and more.
Today on StreetPX, we have a full house, as Visual Artist Jean-Benoit Levy, Matthew Gerring from StreetSheet and TJ Johnston from the Coalition on Homelessness (also a writer for StreetSheet).… >>> [Read the rest]
Documentarian and professor, Pedro Lange Churión, joins StreetPX today to discuss his craft, his inspirations and his large-format photography project, focused on the Stolen Children crisis in Spain. … >>> [Read the rest]
We have a great discussion for you today, as Mike Lee steps into StreetPX studio+ to share his story, his process, trade some shop talk and much more.
Growing up across the US and eventually settling in New York City, Mike Lee made it his home and carved out a great space for himself.… >>> [Read the rest]