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In the 5th epsoide of the Bromide Drag Podcast, I interview photographers Antone Dolezal and Lara Shipley. Since 2011 they have collaborated on “The Devil’s Promenade,” a photography series about the foklore and culture of the Ozarks, especially the phenomenon known as the Spook Lights. Continue reading
In the fourth episode of the Bromide Drag Podcast, host David Ondrik interviews Daniel W. Coburn, Assistant Professor of Photomeda at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas. We discuss his latest body of work, publishing his first Monograph “The Hereditary Estate,” teaching, and chew on the larger world of contemporary photograpy. Continue reading
In this edition of the Bromide Drag Podcast I talk with Santa Fe-based photographer Jennifer Schlesinger about her latest body of images, Utopia, the ins and outs of albumen printing, and running a half marathon. Continue reading
In this edition of the Bromide Drag Podcast, artist and Professor Emeritus Patrick Nagatani and I discuss his newest body of work, The Race, and survey his career as a visual storyteller and artist. Continue reading
In the inaugural Bromide Drag podcast I interview David Bram, co-founder and editor-in-chief of Fraction Magazine. We talk about the Fraction aesthetic, portfolio reviews, David Maisel’s Black Maps exhibition, and the role of social media in a contemporary photographer’s career. Continue reading