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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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Feb 9, 2023

Photographer / Director Jacob Pritchard returns to the podcast as the first guest in a two part series discussing the controversial rise of AI generated artwork and what it could mean for the future of visual artists. During our conversation Jacob talks about some of his own experimentations with different software and the benefits of at least understanding the technology, his frustration with so many creatives who refuse to accept the reality that this is most likely here to stay, how it might be able to become another tool in the toolkit of artists, the conversations he is having with art directors and ad agencies on how this technology might work for them, and some of the photographers and artists who seem to have been able to incorporate it seamlessly into their own workflow and aesthetic.  We also talk about his deep dive into the world of instagram reels and how speaking to others on topics has inspired his own work and has helped him stay relevant in an ever changing industry.  

To Learn More About Jacob Pritchard Visit:

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Jan 19, 2023

Photographer, skateboarder, and most recently North Shore documentarian Arto Saari returns to the podcast to talk about how finally deciding to shoot everyday life around him in his adopted home of the North Shore of O'ahu would re-inspire his passion for photography and turn into a beautiful ongoing body of work that was recently featured by The Surfer's Journal in a feature and short video piece titled "Nordic Blood. Tropic Heart." During our conversation Arto talks about finally feeling like he's becoming part of the tight knit community that is the north shore, how and why he first started taking photos off of the bike path in town, when he realized that there was something visually there that was constantly pulling him back, the unique challenges of shooting street style documentarian work in a small town that you reside in, and what the future might hold for the images he's been accumulating.

To Learn More About Arto Saari Visit:

http://www.artosaari.com

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https://www.instagram.com/artofoto/

To Watch "Nordic Blood. Tropic Heart." Visit:

https://www.surfersjournal.com/editorial/arto-saari-nordic-blood-tropic-heart/

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Dec 31, 2022

To celebrate another collective lap around the sun and hopefully manifest some positivity for 2023, I'm joined by my friend and fellow podcaster/photographer Alex Gagne from the Photo Banter Podcast to talk about some of the highs and lows of 2022 and what we are planning for the next year moving forward.  During our conversation we talk about the creative inspiration and motivation we both receive from the community we have built online, what some of our highlights of 2022 were from the podcast world as well as our photography careers, some of the mistakes we made and how we have learned from those failures, and some words of hope and encouragement for the new year.  So whether you are staying home and avoiding the drunken crowds, or just waking up to a brand new year, make sure to tune in.  

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Dec 23, 2022

Celebrity portrait, editorial, commercial, and fashion photographer/director Victoria Will joins the podcast to talk about how she went from growing up in DC with an obsession for field hockey and a desire to pursue an athletic career, to studying at Princeton and falling in love with photography, to working at the New York Post, to finally heading out on her own and slowly creating the body of work she is known for today, with recognizable images of everyone from Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, to working with fashion designers like Tom Ford, to shooting and directing ad campaigns for some of the biggest companies in the world.  During our conversation we talk about the struggle to find balance between work and her growing family of 3 young boys and her husband who is also a photographer, and how managing that balance has taught her to truly be present and to appreciate the beauty of her career and how she can split her love between family and art and find meaning and inspiration from both.  We also talk about how she has managed to drift between so many different genres of shooting and how that has helped her to constantly push her creative limits and to fight off burnout by always being able to draw inspiration from other forms of shooting and work.  Lastly, we talk about how our definitions of "success" have changed over the years, where she continues to draw the most creative inspiration, and the advice she gives to others trying to find their own creative path.

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Dec 6, 2022

On this episode of the podcast I'm joined by photographer and creative evangelist for Blurb Inc. Daniel Milnor to talk about his journey from photojournalist, to magazine editorial photographer, to Kodak employee, to wedding photographer, to the public face and well spoken voice of Blurb Books where he has been for many years while continuing to pursue his own personal long-term projects, as well as work on his YouTube channel and blog at Shifter Media.  During our conversation Daniel talks about what it was like growing up in rural America and how feeling like an outsider would end up leading him to the world of photojournalism and the life long search of finding his true creative voice and what he actually wanted to say with it.  We also talk about all the changes he's seen in the photography industry through his many different incarnations as a creative, how he thinks the world of social media is homogenizing the photography space and preventing some very talented shooters from pursuing what could actually set them apart as memorable photographers and filmmakers, what gives him hope as he looks towards the future of visual creation, and the advice he gives to others trying to find their own voice as artists and as human beings.  

To Learn More About Daniel Milnor Visit:

https://shifter.media

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https://www.youtube.com/@DANIELMILNOR505

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Nov 19, 2022

Artist, commercial director, filmmaker, and all around American stuffmaker Mac Premo joins the podcast to talk about how a kid growing up in DC with a love of skateboarding and punk rock ended up studying at RISD, moving to New York, and creating the amazing and diverse body of work he is known for today.  From carpentry work, to stop animation, to Ford truck commercials, to gallery walls, Mac has done a bit of everything and managed to achieve a level of success as a diverse artist that has allowed him to keep his curiosity alive and well and avoid the burnout that can sometimes be common in the more individual creative pursuits.  During our conversation Mac talks about his own evolution as an artist through many attempts and failures at finding his voice, how his willingness to be vulnerable has helped him create such a large variety of work, the inspiration he gets everyday from his wife and children, and the advice he gives to others on their own creative journey.  

To Learn More About Mac Premo Visit:

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Nov 11, 2022

Commercial photographer/director Jon Enoch joins the podcast from his London studio to talk about how deciding to enter a competition to travel the world while he was still in college would completely change the course of his life, and take a kid from a small rural town in the UK studying geography and set him out on a journey that would introduce photography and visual storytelling to his life and give him a sense of purpose he never knew existed.  During our conversation Jon talks about his three different phases of his photography career thus far.  From his early days of the hustle and bustle of working as a photojournalists for a respected London newspaper, to making the shift towards magazine editorial work, to slowly transitioning into the career he's known for now, helping to visualize and shoot advertising campaigns for some of the biggest companies in the  world.  We also discuss how a decision to pursue a personal project in Hanoi would end up bringing him a whole other level of recognition and success and provide him with the creative fulfillment he was missing in the commercial space, how he stays organized and motivated to keep creating, where he draws the most inspiration, and the advice he gives to others.  

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Oct 27, 2022

Photographer and filmmaker Dennys Ilic joins the podcast to tell an inspiring story of finding photography later in life while working jobs he wasn't happy with, to building a career that would take him from retail camera sales to shooting with subjects like Jason Momoa and Daniel Radcliffe.  During our conversation Dennys talks about growing up in Australia with a passion for cinema and television and how he was able to go from being a huge fan of shows like StarTrek, to standing on the newest iteration of the USS Discovery as a photographer with access to all it's newest cast members and story lines.  Although Dennys had built a very successful wedding videography business with his ex wife while still living in Australia, he found himself severely depressed in a relationship that he wasn't happy in, living what felt like someone else's dreams.  Throughout our conversation, Dennys talks about how he was able to leave that world behind and have the confidence to pursue the things in life that brought him happiness, and how he tries to pay it forward as a mentor to those seeking their own creative paths.  

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Sep 30, 2022

Adventure and documentary filmmaker Roo Smith joins the podcast to talk about his new series "The Goat Surf Club" shot with Outside Magazine, and how a kid growing up in Orcas Island with dreams of one day becoming a diplomat would end up taking a political science degree and turning it into a creative career as a filmmaker right out of college, working on everything from Netflix shows to his own personal projects.  During our conversation Roo and I talk about how he used his free time in college to create a visual portfolio, what young shooters can learn from veterans and vice versa, how he went about pitching a personal project to Outside Magazine, the positive power of telling uplifting stories, his goals of finding balance between his work life and personal life, how he's trying to set himself up for longevity, why he chose Boulder, CO as his new home, and the advice he gives to others chasing their own creative dreams.  

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Sep 16, 2022

Renowned architectural photographer Ema Peter joins the podcast to talk about her journey from growing up in Bulgaria as the daughter of filmmakers who wanted more for her than a life in the arts, to working as an intern at Magnum and finding a passion for photojournalism and conflict photography, to falling in love with architecture after being introduced to the work of Le Corbusier by her uncle, to becoming the head of photography for VRX Studios, to finally stepping out on her own and establishing herself as one of the top international architectural photographers on the scene, working with some of the biggest firms in the world and creating a unique style she likes to call architectural photojournalism.  During our conversation Ema talks about the patience that is needed to create a long lasting career in the competitive world of photography, why we need to respect the life and energy of architecture just like we would any other subject, what "balance" means to her in her busy career, and the advice she gives to others chasing their own creative dreams.  

To Learn More About Ema Peter Visit:

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Sep 6, 2022

Celebrity portrait and hospitality photographer Josh Telles joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a valley kid growing up in the shadow of Hollywood with no real direction on what he wanted to do when he got older, to taking portraits of some of the biggest named celebrities in the world, all because of stumbling into the right community college photo class and having the drive to chase down what he realized was his new dream.  During our conversation Josh talks about how a chance run in with well known LA photographer Johnny Tergo would end up leading to an internship with celebrity photographer Art Streiber and help Josh to find his voice as an artist and get him in the door of the very competitive world of celebrity portraiture.  We also discuss the balance of shooting portrait work and food and hospitality and how his desire to do both gave him issues with finding an agent but helped him financially and creatively diversify himself, what it's like shooting celebrities like George Clooney and the challenges you are sometimes faced with trying to achieve your vision, and the advice he gives to others coming up in the world of photography.  

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Aug 22, 2022

Commercial and editorial photographer, director, and model Rachael Galipo joins the podcast to talk about her latest art show and project called "To Be Frank" and how the gift of a 4X5 Cambo from her late uncle would end up sending her on a visual journey and help her to establish herself in the creative community of Salt Lake City. During our conversation Rachael talks about growing up as a Jersey girl with a love of sports and an early interest in photography and how climbing would eventually lead her to fall in love with the outdoors and set her out on a life of adventure and a desire to share that life through work as a wilderness therapist and, later as a teacher for the Climbing Academy, before finally deciding to try to make it on her own in the competitive world of photography. Rachael also talks about all the amazing people she draws inspiration from, how incredible and open mentors helped her find her voice and place in the industry, and how she tries to pay that same open attitude forward to others coming up, as well as the advice she gives to others chasing their own creative dream.

 To Learn More About Rachael Galipo Visit:

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Aug 10, 2022

Photographer, co-founder of Street Dreams Magazine, and Sony Alpha Collective member Steven John Irby, better known to many as Steve Sweatpants, joins the podcast to talk about his journey from working at jobs like Game Stop and REI with no real plan in life other than paying the bills, to finding a like minded creative community through Instagram and falling in love with visual story telling and the opportunities it opened up for him. During our conversation Steve talks about the sage wisdom his father once gave to him of not living to pay your rent and how he would take that advice and apply it to creating a career he was passionate it about and would end up touring him all over the world while establishing a huge  community around Street Dreams Magazine.  We also discuss the financial sacrifices he was willing to make to see his dreams come to fruition, how a tight knit family has continued to play a role in his desire to form lasting creative communities, his feelings about the current trajectory of Instagram and how that has effected his career and workflow, and the advice he gives to others chasing their own creative path.  

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Aug 4, 2022

Interior Design Photographer Stephen Karlisch joins the podcast to talk about growing up all over the world with an early dream of one day becoming an architect, and how he finally ended up in Texas to pursue an education based on that dream, only to find out his true passion was in the darkroom.  Since then he has gone on to make a name for himself in the competitive world of interior photography, working with editorial clients like Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Veranda, and so many more, as well creating long lasting working relationships with some of the most sought after designers in the country.  During our conversation, Stephen and I share some of our similar experiences with two long careers of shooting architecture and design, and how we have constantly tried to evolve in a niche that can sometimes feel stagnant.  Stephen also talks about the early days of building his career alongside his wife Kristen and how his love for architecture and design would lead him to finally walk away from a very successful wedding photography business to focus on what he was passionate about.  

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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.  

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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.  

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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.  

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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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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.  

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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.  

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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.  

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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.  

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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. 

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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

And Follow Him On Instagram At:

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

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