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Returning to the studio is Chris Suspect, as he introduces us to his new photobook project, FAITH. An engaging visual story about the often underrepresented African American LGBT community and their response to discrimination, both racial and religious.VIEW SHOW NOTES →

Dan Fenstermacher is a documentary photographer, educator and true inspiration. With travel projects from India to Puerto Rico, teaching work in China and a riveting project focusing on mental health, this is an episode surely to open your eyes.VIEW SHOW NOTES →

Alejandra López-Zaballa is a well traveled, award winning documentary photographer with over 70 countries on her punch card. Today she joins us to share her journey, her documentary work in the orphan camps of Nairobi, Kenya to Oaxaca, Mexico and so much more. Growing up with a mother who paintedVIEW SHOW NOTES →

Katie Jett Walls is a D.C. based photographer of documentary, street and families. Today we’re exploring her Puerto Rico, Grief Girls and Save Our Souls projects and the creative benefits of Improve Theater.VIEW SHOW NOTES →

Kicking off 2018, we’re sitting down with San Francisco photographer, Brenton Gieser, to discuss his documentary project and process. Through audio-video interviews and countless hours, Brenton introduces us to the Tenderloin and a community that is often ignored, but truly robust in culture and humanity. Tender Souls immediately turns up the volume and gives voice to those with stories to tell and no one to listen.VIEW SHOW NOTES →

Jock McDonald is a traveling photographer, musician and natural story teller and he is here to share his creative upbringing, inspirations and adventures documenting Cuba, Cold War era Soviet Union, Nicaragua and celebrities such as Robin Williams and Evander Holyfield.VIEW SHOW NOTES →

Christopher Rusanowsky joins us from Los Angeles, California, to discuss his most in-depth projects to date, focusing on the oil field workers of North Dakota during the boom and exploring life in Manila, from the fishing villages to the streets.VIEW SHOW NOTES →

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.VIEW SHOW NOTES →

Wesaam Al-Badry is a documentary photographer with one hell of a story to tell. From wartorn Iraq, a refuge camp in Saudi Arabia, to his home in Nebraska. These experiences have inspired Wesaam to create the most amazing humanitarian projects. VIEW SHOW NOTES →