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Visual Revolutionary

A show featuring in-depth conversations with some of the world's leading photographers, filmmakers, and other visual artists, where we talk about the journey that shaped them into the person they are today, how they established their career, and the advice they give to others chasing their own creative goals.
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Jun 30, 2022

Renowned fine art photographer and Hasselblad ambassador Julia Fullerton-Batten joins the podcast to talk about her early love of photography and the journey that would take her from assisting commercial photographers and working night jobs, to finding her own voice as an artist and creating the beautiful cinematic style she is known for today, with large scale personal projects that have graced the walls of galleries, collectors, and publications around the world.  During our conversation Julia talks about her childhood and what it was like growing up in different areas of the world and how that story would one day lead her to try and express it visually with her earliest personal collection of images called "Teenage Stories".  We also talk about the transition from advertising work to the fine art world, where she draws creative inspiration from, what it's like trying to manage personal projects that require a huge crew, and the advice she gives to others trying to find their own creative voice.  

To Learn More About Julia Fullerton-Batten Visit:

https://juliafullerton-batten.com

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https://www.instagram.com/julia_fullertonbatten/

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Jun 21, 2022

Commercial and editorial photographer Emily Shur joins the podcast to talk about how she went from a kid growing up in Houston Texas with an early love of photography and a dream of one day working for Rolling Stone, to shooting some of the most recognizable faces in the world for a huge list of clients that most people would dream of working with.  During our conversation Emily talks about how she found photography in high school and how it ended up helping her through a rough patch of her teen years and gave her a purpose that she continues to nurture today, how she went from working as an assistant in the offices of Rolling Stone to being featured in the pages of major publications across the country, what inspired her move from New York to LA and how hard it is to get into the competive world of big celebrity shoots, the importance of all her personal projects and how it has helped her to stay passionate about the art of photography, and the advice she gives to others chasing their own creative dreams.  

To Learn More About Emily Shur Visit:

https://www.emilyshur.com

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https://www.instagram.com/emilyshur/

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Jun 1, 2022

Director of Photography and Cinematographer Gregory Middleton joins the podcast to talk about working on Marvel's newest series "Moon Knight" and how his many years of shooting on hit shows like Game of Thrones and Watchmen helped him approach this new mind bending and visually stunning story.  During our conversation Gregory talks about how his early love of film and how him and his friends turned their passion for making super 8 movies into a film school degree and slowly but surely into the career he is known for today with an incredible list of credits on feature films and television shows alike.  We also discuss what it looks like behind the scenes of some of your favorite shows, how he deals with creative burnout when it comes up, and the advice he gives to young filmmakers with dreams of one day seeing their work on the big screen.  

To Learn More About Gregory Middleton Visit:
http://www.middletondp.com

And Watch Moon Knight At:

https://www.disneyplus.com/series/moon-knight/4S3oOF1knocS

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May 21, 2022

Photographer Mathieu Chaze comes on the podcast to talk about his new book "Rock, Paper, Scissors" and his journey from a job in banking and the never ending corporate ladder climbing that comes with it, to leaving it all behind to home school his two sons and go all in with a dream of becoming a photographer.  During our conversation Mathieu talks about how we all must sometimes where different masks in our proffesional lives, but that we can lose our true selves under that persona and, in the process, lose focus of what's truly important and what actually brings us happiness.  We also discuss what led him to the idea of creating a book out of daily life with his children, the mentorship that gave him the belief in what he was doing, and the advice he gives to others chasing their own creative dreams.  

To Learn More About Mathieu Chaze Visit:

https://www.mathieuchaze.com

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https://www.instagram.com/mathieuchaze/

To Buy a Copy of "Rock, Paper, Scissors" Visit:

https://www.mathieuchaze.com/shop

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May 18, 2022

Legendary sports photographer and Hall of Famer Andrew D. Bernstein joins the show to talk about growing up in Brooklyn, NY with a love of sports and how his father introduced him to photography at an early age and his immediate desire to marry those two passions together and create the memorable career he is known for today.  During our conversation Andrew talks about his early days as the team photographer of the showtime Los Angeles Lakers and how people like Pat Riley and Magic Johnson influenced his own work ethic and drive for success, what it was like getting his first Sports Illustrated cover, how he ended up working as the team photographer for almost every pro sports team in LA, what made him start his own amazing podcast "Legends of Sport", and the advice he gives to other young photographers with dreams of one day having the best seat at the game.  

To Learn More About Andrew Bernstein Visit:

http://www.adbapi.com

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https://www.instagram.com/adbphotoinc/

To Listen to "Legends of Sport" Visit:

https://legendsofsport.net

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May 10, 2022

Photographer, designer, and creative collaborator Daniel Rojas (aka: Fog Again) joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in a rough neigborhood in Los Angeles with a passion for art, to finding his early tribe in skateboarding and music, as well as a love for photography, to finally creating a relationship with one of the most famous drummers of all time Travis Barker that has lasted for many years, toured him all over the world, and created a beautiful archive of a beloved figure in the music industry.  During our conversation Daniel talks about his early work in web design and photography with companies like DVS and Burton and how that led to a position with Travis's apparel company Famous Stars and Straps, what it was like heading out on his first tour with Blink 182, his ability to be a fly on the wall in situations where others might desperately want to assert themselves, how he has managed to have such longevity in his working relationship with Travis, and the advice he gives to others coming up with their own creative dreams and goals.  

To Learn More About Visit:

https://www.fogagain.com

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https://www.instagram.com/fog.again/

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May 5, 2022

Ray Barbee is not only one of the most influential street skateboarders in history, he's an amazing photographer, musician, and creative thinker.   During our conversation we talk about what it was like to tour the world as a professional skateboarder, his early influences in photography, what made him embrace the Leica M6 and black and white film, what it's been like having a relationship with such a legendary camera brand, and the advice he gives to others who yearn for a more creative existence.  

Follow Ray Barbee on Instagram At:

https://www.instagram.com/r.barbee/

And make sure to check out his Solo Music Albums or many of the projects plays in at:

http://www.galaxiarecords.com/artist/ray-barbee

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Apr 28, 2022

Photographer and frequent National Geographic contributor David Liittschwager joins the podcast to talk about his latest book "Octopus, Seahorse, Jellyfish" and the challenges he faced over years of capturing stunning detailed photographs of very elusive and shy creatures.  During our conversation David talks about growing up in Eugence, Oregon and his early love of photography, how he ended up working for legendary photographer Richard Avedon, and what made him leave the world of commercial photography behind to focus his camera on the natural world and the endless array of subjects it provided him.  

To Learn More About David Liitshwager Visit:

http://www.liittschwager.com

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https://www.instagram.com/davidliittschwager/

To Buy His Latest Book "Octopus, Seahorse, Jellyfish" Visit:

https://www.amazon.com/Octopus-Seahorse-Jellyfish-David-Liittschwager/dp/1426221797

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Apr 17, 2022

Director of Photography and Cinematographer Jendra Jarnagin joins the podcast to talk about working on the full length feature film "Asking For It" and the journey she took from a suburban town in Rhode Island, to film school at NYU, to working as an electrician on shows like Sex and the City and Law and Order, to finding her own voice as a cinematographer and DP and building the career she is known for today.  During our conversation Jendra talks about how a middle school mentor helped her have the confidence to chase her creative dreams, the challenges that women have on film sets and in the industry in general, what it's like trying to film an action movie on a smaller budget, and the advice she gives to others with dreams of one day making their own movie. 

To Learn More About Jendra Jarnigan Visit: https://www.jendrajarnagin.com

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https://www.instagram.com/jendradp

To Watch "Asking For It" Visit:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/amzn1.dv.gti.43609883-b7d4-4608-bf4e-56c29097cdde?autoplay=1&ref_=atv_cf_strg_wb

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Apr 6, 2022

Outdoor adventure and hunting photographer Bianca Germain joins the podcast to talk about how a kid growing up in Albany, NY with a love of art and a passion for sports ended up living a life of adventure in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and becoming a sought after photographer by brands like Sitka, Yeti, Orvis, and more.  During our conversation Bianca talks about how she found her way to photography from her background in biology, and how she's been able to keep her dayjob as a clinical researcher while still traveling the world and working with brands many would dream of one day having on their own client lists.  We also talk about how she made the leap from backcountry ski photography to hunting photography and the similiarites the two worlds share, as well as what they could learn from each other.  

To Learn More About Bianca Germain Visit:

https://biancagermainphoto.com

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https://www.instagram.com/biancagermain/

To Watch the Sitka Video featuring Bianca visit:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTkJUeFXrYA

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Mar 17, 2022

Adventure photographer and filmmaker Chris Burkard returns to the podcast to talk about his new book "Wayward" and what went into creating a visually stunning memoir that tells the story of a life well lived and the creation of a career path that was all his own.  During our conversation we talk about what he's been up to since the last time we spoke, how he approached compiling the story of his life and career into a book, how we both appreciate the slow trajectory of "success" that we have had in our creative careers, and other words of wisdom from a photographer that needs no introduction to the Visual Revolutionary audience.  

To Buy Chris's new book "Wayward" Visit:

https://chrisburkardshop.com/collections/books/products/wayward

To Learn More About Chris Burkard Visit:

https://www.chrisburkard.com

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https://www.instagram.com/chrisburkard/

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Mar 10, 2022

Filmmaker and surfer Keith Malloy joins the podcast to talk about what it was like growing up in Ojai, CA in a hardworking family with traditional values and a shared passion for the ocean, and how he and his brothers would all go on to make a name for themselves in the competitive world of professional surfing.  During our conversation Keith talks about the early days on the North Shore of Oahu, meeting Jeff Johnson and eventually moving back to Ventura to help create the Patagonia surf brand, helping to work on some of his older brother's early films and act as a main character in the classic travel doc "180 Degrees South", and how that would lead him to eventually step into the world of filmmaking himself with multiple full length films, as well as short documentaries and commercial projects under his belt.  

To Learn More About Keith Malloy and Bimarian Films Visit:

https://www.bimarianfilms.co

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https://www.instagram.com/thetorpedopeople/

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Mar 4, 2022

Renowned fine art and commercial photographer/director Tim Tadder joins the podcast to talk about his journey in photography and how he went from building an extremely successful commercial studio to finding himself disillusioned with the industry and work, and his subsequent transition into the fine art world as well as NFT space. During our conversation Tim talks about what it was like growing up in Baltimore as the son of a professional photographer who wanted something more for his son than a life in the arts, and how that ultimately helped developed a work ethic and drive that would propel Tim into the world of commercial photography and help him create not only a name for himself, but a look that would be copied by many. We also talk about how he's recently reevaluated his goals and desires in life and realized that he lost track of what made him fall in love with photography in the first place, and how he's been able to make the transition into creating meaningful art that finds it's way onto the walls of art collectors and investors alike.

To Learn More About Tim Tadder Visit:

https://www.timtadder.com

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https://www.instagram.com/timtadder/

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Mar 1, 2022

Renowned headshot photographer and inspiring entrepreneur Peter Hurley returns to the podcast to talk about his new NFT collection "Shabangrs" and the creation of his very own metaverse "Shabangrville", as well as catch up on what he's been up to since we last spoke years ago on Episode 18 of the show where Peter talked about how he created his career.  During this conversation we talk about what inspired him to dive down the NFT rabbit hole, the artistic future that the metaverse most likely holds, how he set about diversifying his business, and how you can be a part of all of it and join him in a virtual creative space. 

To Learn More About Peter Hurley Visit:

https://linktr.ee/peterhurley

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https://www.instagram.com/peter_hurley/

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Feb 11, 2022

Editorial and commercial fashion and celebrity photographer Charlie Gray joins the podcast from his London studio to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in Cambridge with a love of skateboarding and browsing the artwork of the records in his dad's music store, to shooting some of the most recognizable faces in the world and creating a style of celebrity fashion work that would set him apart in a very competitive niche and earn him a spot on the roster of the renowned LGA agency and an ambassadorship with Leica.  During our conversation Charlie also talks about the early creative influence both skateboarding and music had on his life, how he fell in love with the reportage style of the Magnum photographers while at university, and how he began to apply that to his own pursuit of fashion and celebrity work.  We also discuss his approach to shooting celebrities, how being a nice person is a trait to be cherished the most, and the advice he gives to others chasing their own creative dreams.  

To Learn More About Charlie Gray Visit:

https://charlie-gray.com

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https://www.instagram.com/charliegraystudio/

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Feb 3, 2022

Celebrity photographer Randall Slavin joins the podcast to talk about growing up in the shadow of Hollywood with early dreams of rock stardom that would morph into dreams of the silver screen, and how that all shifted one day when he walked into a headshot studio across the street from a job he hated and had his life changed by the power of photography. During our conversation we talk about the struggle that was his early acting career and how he loved the immediacy of taking photos, how the early snapshots he took of his group of friends in legendary venues like The Viper Room would become some of his most cherished work, how going on a Safari with Charlize Theron would become a huge jumping off point to the career he’s known for today, how he's evolved over time and slowly thinned out his gear closet and returned to some of the simplicity he loved about photography in the first place, and the advice he gives to others chasing their own dreams.

To Learn More About Randall Slavin Visit:

https://www.randallslavin.com

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https://www.instagram.com/randallslavin/

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Jan 26, 2022
On this episode of the podcast I'm joined by renowed photographer Platon for a beautiful conversation ranging from the current state of photography to affecting social change and the need for creatives to come forward and tell the story of what's around them.  Platon has had a legendary career shooting compelling portaits of some of the most powerful world leaders and celebrity figures, as well as NGO work to tell the story of those figures who have had power taken from them.  During our converstion he talks about what it was like growing up in Greece as the son of an architect and art historian and the difficult move to London that would soon have him on his way to studying graphic design and finally picking up a Hassleblad camera that would one day become synonymis with his work.  We also talk about the muse and how he tunes into the energy of his subjects in a portait session, how you never get to a point in your career where you stop questioning your right to be there, and the advice he gives to others coming up in the world of photography and visual image making.  To Learn More About Platon Visit:

http://www.platonphoto.com

And Follow Him On Instagram At:

https://www.instagram.com/platon/

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Jan 13, 2022

Fine art and commercial photographer Peter Andrew Lusztyk joins the podcast from his studio in Toronto to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in Ottawa with a desire to create videos like his hometown hero Tom Green, to studying photography, to working as a first assistant in one of the biggest commercial studios in Canada, to venturing out on his own and finding his creative voice in both the commercial world, as well as the fine art world.  During our conversation Peter talks about all the ups and downs and self doubt that has persisted through an already successful career, how he found his way into the competitive world of fine art photography and what it's like knowing your pieces are gracing the walls of art collectors, how he continues to maintain a foothold in the commercial photography world and never bought into the idea of "choosing a lane", and the advice he gives to other visual creatives coming up now.  

To Learn More About Peter Andrew Lusztyk Visit:

https://www.peterandrew.ca

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https://www.instagram.com/peter_andrew_lusztyk/

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Dec 29, 2021

Award winning cinematographer Steve Cosens joins the podcast to talk about shooting HBO's new original series “Station Eleven” and what it was like trying to create a visually stunning post apocalyptic story that revolves around a pandemic, in the midst of an actual global pandemic, as well as how the story intertwines the message of hope, art, and community. During our conversation Steve talks about growing up in the plains of Alberta and finding his artistic voice in an art class in school, how he went on to study filmmaking at the prestigious Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, how his early job of creating karaoke videos ended up being a great learning experience for working on the fly, and how he created the career and body of work he is known for today.

To Learn More About Steve Cosens Visit:

https://www.stevecosens.com

And Follow Him On Instagram At:

https://www.instagram.com/cosenssteve/

Check Out the Trailer for Station Eleven:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaAG-SwEa7k&t=37s

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Dec 17, 2021

New York based commercial/editorial fashion and lifestyle photographer Jacob Pritchard joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in Denver, CO with a love for the mountains and an early interest in photography, to working as an intern for pulitzer winning newspapers, to attending the Eddie Adams workshop, to moving to New York and sleeping on a stranger's couch, to finally finding his place in the ever growing world of professional photographers and building the body of work he is known for today. During our conversation Jacob talks about his recent project working with Acme Brooklyn on a shoot for Harpers Bazaar Vietnam, how personal work continues to drive most of his commissioned work, how he feels about the current pace of photography and how we both feel about slowing down and shooting for the meditational practice of it, and the advice he gives to others chasing their own photography dreams.  

To Learn More About Jacob Pritchard Visit:

https://www.jacobpritchard.com

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https://www.instagram.com/jacobpritchard/

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Dec 10, 2021

Artist Tim Biskup joins the podcast for a beautiful conversation about art and the life he's created around it.  You might know Tim's work from features in Juxtapoz Magazine, or from gallery shows he's done around the world, or from his own experiential gallery and book store Face Guts. But on this episode we talk about Tim's early creative inspirations from skateboarding and punk rock to cartoons and monster movies, and how that led to a disillusionment with the world of fine art and how he would set about finding himself as an artist and his own place in the business that surrounded it.  During our conversation Tim and I talk about how to find the muse and the resistance that can sometimes come in the search, we discuss our shared love of architecture and our feelings around how our spaces are an extension of our creative selves, what meditation and hiking brings to his art practice, and the advice he gives to others trying to find their own voice in the world of art.  

To Learn More About Tim Biskup Visit:

http://www.timbiskup.com/wop

And Follow Him On Instagram At:

https://www.instagram.com/tbiskup/

To Learn More About FaceGuts Visit:

http://www.timbiskup.com/face-guts

To Listen to Big Butter Visit:

https://bigbutter.bandcamp.com

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Dec 1, 2021

Friend of the show and amazing surf, lifestyle, and commercial photographer/director Todd Glaser returns to the podcast to catch up on what's been going on since we last spoke.  Make sure to check out his original full length biographical episode back on Episode #144.  During this conversation we talk about how his world of travel and surf photography was interrupted by Covid and how that encouraged him to shoot commercial projects outside his wheelhouse like Golf.  We also talk about trying to keep a beginners state of mind, how running helps us to stay motivated in other struggles in our lives and careers, some of the expectations that social media platforms have introduced into the commercial shot list, the discipline of shooting what's in front of you, and what he's looking forward to shooting as he moves forward with his career.

To Learn More About Todd Glaser Visit:

http://www.tglaser.com

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https://www.instagram.com/toddglaser/

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Nov 24, 2021

On this episode of the podcast I'm joined by National Geographic photographer and adventurer Jody MacDonald where we talk about a life well lived, with so much more she still wants to experience.  From her early years as a Canadian growing up in Saudi  Arabia, to her days as a river guide in Alaska, to the tragic story of losing her boyfriend in a paragliding accident and being reminded of her own impermanence, to sailing around the world twice, to hopping trains in the Sahara Desert, we cover some of the many amazing adventures that are a recurring theme in her life.  During our conversation Jody talks about being open and present for where the adventure takes you and how that makes a more compelling photo and story in the long run, what it was like to circumnavigate the globe on a sailboat, how she fell in love with photography and how her career began to take off, the problems she sees with social media creating too much of the same, and the advice she gives to others out there wanting live out their own creative adventures.  

To Learn More About Jody MacDonald Visit:

https://jodymacdonaldphotography.com

And Follow Her On Instagram At:

https://www.instagram.com/jodymacdonaldphoto/

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Nov 12, 2021

Photographer and director Justin Bettman joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up outside the Bay Area with a passion for music and the scene surrounding it would go on to start his own clothing brand in high school, which would slowly lead him to the world of photography and the advertising business around it.  During our conversation Justin talks about his early days working in an ad agency and what he learned on all sides of the photo industry, how he came up with the idea to start shooting the personal project "Set in the Street" and how that would help him achieve recognition as well a build an aesthetic and passion for personal projects, where he draws the most creative inspiration from, how he maintains a drive for shooting personal work in the midst of so much paid work, and the advice he gives to others out there chasing their own  creative dreams.  

To Learn More About Justin Bettman Visit:

https://www.justinbettman.com

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https://www.instagram.com/justinbettman/

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Nov 3, 2021

Editorial and commercial photographer and host of The Photo Banter Podcast Alex Gagne joins the show to talk about growing up outside of Boston with a love of skateboarding and photography and how he chased that dream to California first before deciding to pursue an eduction in the medium at RIT and slowly start carving out a place for himself in the photo business.  During our conversation we talk about all the personal projects that he pursues and maintains and how that has helped him to never burn out on taking photos, what made him start his own podcast and what he's learned from talking to some of the legendary shooters he has had the opportunity to have on his show, what it's like dealing with the roller coaster ride that it can sometimes feel like in the professional photography business, and the advice he gives to others chasing their own dreams.  

To Learn More About Alex Gagne Visit:

https://www.alexgagnephoto.com

And Follow Him On Instagram At:

https://www.instagram.com/alexgagnephoto/

To Listen to the Photo Banter Podcast Visit:

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-photo-banter/id1315846850?mt=2

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