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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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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.

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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.  

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https://jodymacdonaldphotography.com

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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

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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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Oct 26, 2021

National Geographic Editor In Chief Susan Goldberg joins the show to talk about the beautiful new book "The 21st Century: Photographs from the Image Collection" and the process of trying to visually tell the story of the last 21 years through the stunning photography that National Geographic is known for.  During our conversation Susan and I reminisce on some of the iconic images that you find inside the pages of the book and how they marked the passage of time that was sometimes wrought with anxiety.  We also talk about the undertaking of trying to narrow down the right images, what it's like to view the physical image archive in DC, how she got her start in journalism and built the career she is known for today, how she feels about the future of print media, and the advice she gives to young photographers, writers, and creatives who dream of one day seeing their work inside the iconic yellow frame.  

To Get Your Copy of "The 21st Century: Photographs From The Image Collection" Visit:

https://www.amazon.com/National-Geographic-21st-Century-Photographs/dp/1426222378

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Oct 15, 2021

Well known and sometimes controversial fine art photographer, director, and visual provocateur Tyler Shields joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in Jacksonville, Florida under the watchful eye of a military father with high expectations of always putting your best foot forward, to becoming a professional in-line skater at age 12, dropping out of middle school to tour the world as a skater, falling in love with making films, shooting music videos for people like Ghostface Killah, booking his first national photo campaign before he actually owned a camera, to finally finding his voice as an artist and his footing in the gallery world he is known for today.  During our conversation Tyler talks about the sacrifice and work ethic he was and is still willing to put into chasing his dreams, one of the biggest mistakes some artists make that keeps them from having longevity in the art world, and the advice he gives to others seeking their own creative existence.

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Oct 7, 2021

Award winning commercial and editorial sports photographer Donald Miralle joins the podcast to talk about his journey from competitive swimmer to shooting his 10th Olympic Games in Tokyo and how he went about creating a long lasting and successful career as a well known figure in sports photography on both the commercial and editorial sides of the industry.  During our conversation Donald talks about his early love of art and the water as a kid, and how both of those passions led him to UCLA where he competed as a collegiate swimmer and eventually found his way to the art side of the campus.  We also talk about how he feels he has maintained a true passion for shooting after all these years, some of the practices he has put into place in his life that he feels support that longevity, and the advice he gives to others pursuing their own creative life and careers. 

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Sep 23, 2021

Commercial, lifestyle, and travel photographer/videographer and former host of The Darkroom Podcast Dane Deaner joins the show to talk about his early years of chasing a creative life through improv acting, to working as a sound engineer, to finally settling into photography and videography and slowly making a name for himself in the competitive world of image making.  During our conversation we talk about how he initially found photography and why he ignored the possibility of it being a career for so long, what it was like to mix the sound for huge Disney/Marvel movies, his brief stint with commercial acting, and how all of that came together to form the creative tool kit he uses today.  We also talk about the challenge of trying to balance a busy shooting schedule with recording and managing a podcast, some of what we both do in our daily lives to keep us from burning out, and the advice he gives to other creatives out there trying to make a living out of it.  

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Sep 16, 2021

Commercial and editorial photographer Danny Weiss joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in Brooklyn with artist parents, to a competitive swimmer that would end up following in the footsteps of his mother and chase the dream of becoming an actor for a decade of hard work and rejection before finally falling in love with photography and creating the career he's known for today.  During our conversation we talk about how endurance sports helped him create a work ethic and a drive that would allow him to never give up in the pursuit of what he's chasing, how the world of acting gave him the thick skin it takes to accept rejection in the creative space without taking it personally, and how he was able to create a thriving wedding studio that continues to generate income before making the switch to commercial and editorial work.  Lastly we talk about his newest passion of ocean photography and the joy a new personal project has bought to his career and life.  

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Sep 1, 2021

Adventure travel, lifestyle, and action sports photographer Tyler Ravelle joins the podcast to talk about growing up on the west coast of Canada with a love of snowboarding and the adventure the mountains offered, and how he turned that passion into a career as a photographer and content creator after years of trying to juggle a full time job while still chasing his creative dreams. During our conversation Tyler talks about his early days as a sponsored snowboarder and how photography helped him create solid working relationships with outdoor brands, how working construction jobs in the summer time helped fund his winter adventures and created the opportunity to build a beautiful portfolio that would attract clients, the number of amazing mentors that helped guide him to where he is today, and how Covid ended up providing him the opportunity to finally go all in with photography as a full time career.  

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Aug 20, 2021

Award winning film and commercial director Jackson Tisi joins the podcast to tell the story of how he went from a kid growing up outside of Jackson Hole Wyoming with a devotion to competitive freestyle and big mountain skiing to studying filmmaking at NYU, to directing music videos with his creative friends, to working on advertising pieces for some of the biggest named brands in the country while also making beautiful documentary films.  During our conversation we talk about how he first got into filmmaking while chasing his younger brother around the mountain with a camera, his early love of New York street photography and how that inspired him to move to the city, how he made the transition into directing commercial and narrative pieces, where he draws the most visual creative inspiration, how he stays motivated in the competitive world of filmmaking, and the advice he gives to others trying to fulfill their own creative dreams.  

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Aug 12, 2021

Fashion and portrait photographer Mark Elzey joins the podcast to talk about how a kid from Bogalusa, Louisiana with an early love of art and music ended up in New York shooting for some of the most respected publications in the world.  During our conversation Mark talks about falling in love with photography the moment he held a friend's camera in high school, making the move to San Fransisco at an early age to study photography and how that shaped the way he would pursue his career, how he was able to overcome his shyness and approach strangers on the street to take their portrait, and the way he set about creating a name for himself at New York Fashion Week.  We also talk about where he draws the most creative inspiration from, the challenges that people of color can sometimes face in the photography and fashion industry, and the advice he gives to others coming up. 

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Aug 4, 2021

After a short break, the podcast returns with Season 5 and a conversation with the legendary photographer Albert Watson where we discuss how he built an iconic body of work consisting of over 100 covers of Vogue, as well as countless other top tier editorial covers, advertising jobs, world renowned gallery shows, and so much more.  From his beginnings in Edinburg, Scotland, to his early love of graphic design and then on to film school, to the move with his wife and children to Los Angeles in 1970 to begin creating a career that would eventually lead him to New York and have PDN call him one of the 20 most influential photographers of all time, we cover the story of his life and work.  During our conversation we discuss how Albert began to hone his craft and find his voice as an artist and how he has learned to trust that voice through years of shooting and a true dedication and passion to the craft.  We also talk about his latest book "Albert Watson : Creating Photographs", how he's managed to stay so motivated to keep creating after almost 50 years of nonstop shooting, and the advice he gives to others chasing their own creative dreams.  

To Learn More About Albert Watson Visit:

https://www.albertwatson.net

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https://www.amazon.com/Albert-Watson-Creating-Photographs-Photography/dp/1786278839/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=albert+watson&qid=1619625631&sr=8-1

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Jun 23, 2021

Renowned photographer Mark Seliger joins the podcast to talk about his journey from a kid growing up in Texas with a love of the darkroom, to becoming the chief photographer of Rolling Stone Magazine for 10 years, shooting iconic portraits and incredible and sometimes hilarious conceptual ideas, before deciding to move on with his career working with Vanity Fair, GQ, and an amazing list of other clients.  During our conversation Mark talks about his newest book and beautiful personal project he worked on during the quarantine lockdown of NYC called "The City That Finally Sleeps" which is currently for sale and can be purchased with the link below.  We also talk about some of the behind the scenes moments of iconic images like his portrait of Kurt Cobain or what went into turning Jerry Seinfeld into Elvis. It's an amazing journey that I think you'll enjoy hearing.  

To Learn More About Mark Seliger Visit:

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Jun 17, 2021

Many of you might know this week's guest Niles Jeran from all his work with Moment and the fun videos he's made alongside Caleb Babcock in their quest to not only promote the brand, but to inspire other creatives out there that they can make something beautiful with the tool that's already in their pocket.  But during our conversation, I get the chance to ask Niles about how it all started.  From his younger years growing up with artist parents and trying to figure out his place in the world around him, to living as a ski bum in Montana and making shorts films with his newly acquired GoPro, to landing a job with GoPro, to traveling all around the coast as a professional freelance filmmaker, to finally finding a creative home at Moment. Throughout our conversation Niles talks about what continues to inspire him to create and the advice he gives to others chasing their own dreams.  

To Learn More About Niles Jeran Visit:

https://www.nilesontheroad.com

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Jun 13, 2021

Chris Burkard returns to the podcast to discuss some of what he's been up to over the last year of passion projects and commercial work, as well as to catch up in general and talk about all the things that continue to inspire him as a creative.  If you haven't been following along with all the amazing films and athletic endeavors that Chris has been rolling out lately, you've got some catching up to do.  During our conversation we discuss what goes into the juggling act of trying to produce so many beautiful short films like his recent projects "Unnur", "Mylo", "Arc of Aleutia" and so much more, what made him want to tour across the inland of Iceland on fat bikes, what it's like raising alpacas, how he manages to not burn out creatively with so much on his plate, and the advice he gives others out there with big creative dreams.  

To Learn More About Chris Burkard Visit:

https://www.chrisburkard.com

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

To Watch his film Unnur Visit:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vEwe4yK1AA

To Watch his film Mylo Visit:

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

To watch his film Arc of Aleutia Visit:

https://vimeo.com/ondemand/arcofaleutia

 

 

Jun 2, 2021

Award winning documentary and editorial photographer Dina Litovsky joins the podcast to talk about how she went from studying pre-med and psychology at NYU to falling in love with photography and earning her masters at SVA and going on to work with everyone from Time to National Geographic.   During our conversation Dina talks about what it was like to immigrate to New York at the age of 11, her long time love of music, art, and culture, what made her realize that her interest in psychology and sociology actually intersected with her love of photography, and how she went about building her career.  We also talk about how she stayed busy over the last year with her personal project "Dark City" and her fascination with remote portrait work, how her style ended up garnering attention from renowned publications, what it's like to focus on personal projects in the midst of so much editorial work, and the advice she gives to others chasing their own creative dreams.  

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May 28, 2021

On this episode of the podcast I'm joined by filmmaker, photographer, YouTuber, and cycling culture enthusiast Terry Barentsen.  Many of you might know him from his "Hot Line" series on YouTube or his live streams from his bike on Twitch, but during our conversation we talk about the story that got him there and everything he's been up to in the world of commercial video production and his different streaming platforms.  From his early days growing up in the Bay Area with a love of skateboarding and BMX, to the years he spent enlisted in the Air Force, to finding his voice as a creator in Art School and finally in commercial production, Terry has covered some ground in the creative space.  But one thing has been consistent over the years, and that is his love of riding his bike.  That passion has translated into his work and helped garner him a following as well as different perspective from behind the camera.  

To Learn More About Terry Barensten Visit:

https://www.terrybarentsen.nyc

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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHRUAMAzVUS_Szvxn55GXaQ

And on Twitch At:

https://www.twitch.tv/terrybarentsen

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May 14, 2021

Renowned photographer and frequent National Geographic contributor Robert Clark joins the podcast to talk about growing up in Hays Kansas and his early love of sports photography that would create a young determined photographer working his way through multiple newspapers on the way to an extremely storied career.  During our conversation Robert talks about how the opportunity to shoot a story on a high school football team in Odessa Texas early on in his career would end up becoming the best selling book by Buzz Bissinger titled Friday Night Lights and help him on his way to creating a name for himself. After moving to New York to pursue a better understanding of lighting and studio work, Robert began to find his place in the industry, working with everyone from Vanity Fair and Time to his long relationship with the Geographic.  Known for his versatility in shooting everything from beautiful still life imagery to photojournalistic storytelling, Robert has gone on to shoot over 50 stories for National Geographic, more magazine covers than you could keep track of, and continues to be inspired by not only his contemporaries, but the young talent he sees coming up.

To Learn More About Robert Clark Visit:

http://www.robertclark.com

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May 5, 2021

Award wining commercial and adventure photographer Michael Clark makes his third appearance on the podcast for a fitting May 4th conversation about gear and current technology.  Make sure to check out Michael's biographical conversation back on episode #42 to hear the story of his journey into photography.  During this conversation we talk about how Covid affected his work and life and some of the projects he was able to be a part of over the last year, what it was like flying with the Red Bull Air Force, his relationship with Fujifilm and his thoughts on the new GFX 100s, how he feels about the future of digital camera equipment, what he sees the most in his younger workshop students, and so much more.  

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Apr 29, 2021

Commercial and lifestyle director, DP, photographer, and fellow Colorado based creative Adam Bove joins the show to talk about how a kid growing up in Cincinnati with an early love of climbing and dreams of road trips out west, ended up suffering through several day jobs before finally taking the steps it took to go out and chase his dreams of creating beautiful visual content for a living.  He's since gone on to work with sought after brands across the country on both the video and still photo side, and works closely with his wife and creative partner and their company A Collective US to cover all bases of visual content creation.  During our conversation Adam tells me about road trips with his Dad that gave him an early love of adventure and photographic story telling, how he fell in love with climbing and how that led him to Thailand and a stint at trying to make it as a climbing photographer, the string of jobs that kept him from pursuing his true calling, and the advice he gives to others out there chasing their own dreams.  

To Learn More About Adam Bove Visit:

https://www.adambove.us

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https://acollective.us

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Apr 21, 2021

Photographer, director, and passionate conservationists and storyteller Andy Mann returns to the show after his first appearance 6 years ago on Episode #2 of the podcast.  During our conversation we catch up on some of the amazing work he's been a part of and the relationship he has formed with Paul Nicklen and Christina Mittermeier with Sea Legacy and Only One where they are telling visually stunning stories about the sea, our relationship to it, and what we can do to help preserve it.  Andy has also gone on to form a family since we last spoke and we talk about the balance between his busy professional life and his role as a husband and father.  Lastly, he talks about where he draws the most creative inspiration from, how he keeps from burning out, and the advice he gives to others dreaming of a creative life or their own.  

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Apr 15, 2021

Commercial photographer, director, and all around curator of cool Magdalena Wosinska returns to the podcast to talk about the latest collaborative film from Monster Children that features her, some of the amazing work she does, and the small 1930s adobe home she spent 4 years restoring in the desert and now calls a personal getaway and new location for commercial production.  During our conversation we catch up on some of the amazing projects she has been a part of since we last talked, like the recent shoot she did with her friend Dave Grohl for the cover of his new book, the story she shot about the Lakota people of the Two Sprit community of Pine Ridge that finally found a home with a feature in The Guardian, her continued visual storytelling of her Mother and her Muse, the two new books she is currently working on, and how she has balanced these personal projects in the midst of a busy commercial schedule.  

To Learn More About Magdalena Visit:

https://www.magdalenawosinska.com

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Apr 1, 2021

Photographer, Director, and DP Gabriel L'Heureux joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in DC making skateboard videos with his friends, to getting his foot in the door of the ski and snowboard industry as a filmmaker with companies like Matchstick Productions and Mack Dawg, to finally getting the opportunity to work with Burton where he fell in love with the still image and got the chance to start shooting advertising lifestyle campaigns with some of the biggest names in the sport and create a look that would transcend snowboard advertising and help him evolve as an overall creative.  During our conversation we talk about his long time relationship with Burton  and some of the amazing shoots he has been able to be a part of, what made him switch his focus from shooting 16mm film work to still photography and how that has come full circle in the days of photographers needing to produce all forms of visual content, some of the new projects he has worked on and the creative personal shoots he chased during Covid, and the advice he gives to those following their own artistic endeavors.  

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https://gabriellheureux.com

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Mar 25, 2021

Celebrity and lifestyle photographer Jeff Lipsky joins the podcast to talk about how he went from working as a fly fishing guide in Telluride, CO and trying to see how many days a year he could snowboard, to shooting some of the most well known celebrities in the world and working on ad campaigns for companies like Verizon, Eddie Bauer, Warner Brothers, and many others.  Although Jeff was turned on to photography at a fairly early age, it would be his passion for skiing and snowboarding that would get him to move from the east coast to explore the rest of the country.  He fell in love with mountain life and spent 10 years in Telluride, CO until photography came calling again and he rekindled his passion for shooting.  Before long he moved to LA with big dreams and a drive to make it in the very competitive world of shooting fashion and celebrity work.  After putting in his time as an assistant with some of the most well known photographers of the time, he finally took the plunge to try and make it on his own, and the rest is history.  Jeff has gone to create an amazing body of work and has given back to the world of photography by teaching with groups like Sante Fe Workshops.  During our conversation we talk about the fear of putting yourself out there, the hustle and relationships required to make it in the world of photography, what it looks like behind the scenes of a big celebrity shoot, and the advice his gives to others who have big dreams in the creative world.

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