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]
Dialing in from Taipei, Taiwan and 16 hours into the future, we have TC Lin in the studio, dropping a fantastic discussion on our crew.
TC Lin is a name that will ring many bells for our listeners and if not, its time it should. TC is a man of many creative pursuits; including street photographer, musician, film maker, documentarian, educator, early member of Hard Core Street Photography on Flickr and from that, the formation of the well regarded Burn My Eye collective.… >>> [Read the rest]
Born in LA, but a Bay area man for the last 20+ years, Neil Geller is an artist hungry for inspiration and knowledge.
While “people watching” seeped into his veins early on, professional culinary arts filled his life for over two decades. In the last few years however, his work brought him full circle as he began conducting his own food photography.… >>> [Read the rest]
It’s a laid back episode today, as Casper and Jim catch up on some photographic shop talk. We’re discussing the recent Womens March, the Oakland election protests and much more.
We also have some big news regarding our show and the upcoming Streetfoto Festival.
Can you say, Live Studio Audience? That’s right!… >>> [Read the rest]
Roxanne Overton is a photographer, writer, speaker and educator and we are proud to have her in the studio for this weeks edition of StreetPX.
An artist with roots in traditional media such as paints, pottery, stained glass and more, Roxanne got her start in photography with a kindly gifted camera and a natural curiosity for double exposures and black and white film.… >>> [Read the rest]
Sacramento photographer Steve Abbott joins the SPX team for a chill talk about his artistic path to the camera, his passion for film, background in bird watching and Richard Avedon.
Steve has a way of capturing the true life of a scene and the work must be seen. Check out his feed below.… >>> [Read the rest]
Some of our listeners may know Todd Bischoff, the photographer. A wonderful artist, featured in a number of exhibits through the years and recently one of the finalists of the juried San Francisco Street Photography exhibit, “eXposed”.
Here at StreetPX, we were obviously interested in the “street photographer” Todd Bischoff; a man who has a way of capturing a wonderful sense of energy in his photos, showing subjects simply bursting with life.… >>> [Read the rest]