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Episode 2.7: Rock’s Greatest Photos? We Discuss

Local rock photographer Rachel Lange and bassist Brett Pocorobba join me for an active conversation about rock (and rap)’s most iconic photos. Musicians include John Lennon (by Annie Leibowitz), Janet Jackson (x2), Lady Gaga, Johnny Cash, Metallica’s Jason Newsted, Michael Jackson, NWA, Prince, Queen, Taylor Swift, U2 and Arch Enemy.

After more than 30 minutes of photos we thought we had just grazed the surface, and felt that perhaps genre-specific shows were in order. Listen to the episode and let us know what you think the best rock and roll photos are, and who should be included in our next episode!

I really appreciate Rachel and Brett joining me for this super fun episode. You can learn more about Rachel Lange’s photography here. Brett is no longer on social media (rebel!).

Listen to or watch this very special episode of the Show Me Podcast today!

The Show Me Podcast is recorded at Heartcast Media. Quality podcasting requires time and money. Please consider sponsoring the show on Patreon

Episode 2.6: The Day of the Iguana and Other Photo Thoughts with Nana Gyesie

Nana Gyesie may be the most spiritual photographer I know. He explores the world of people and places through his camera, a very spiritual experience for him that profoundly affects his soul and view of the world. To shoot with Nana is to experience life in a new way.

In this special episode of the Show Me Podcast, we start by exploring one of his influences, Graciela Iturbide and her seminal work “Day of the Iguana.” Nana discusses how Iturbide’s type of photojournalism impacted him and his work.

Then we discuss Nana’s works in Cuba, during the rise of the Trump Presidency, and finally his most recent works in Seattle. You’ll also hear of some of our escapades together during these street photography episodes, some of the most impactful photography moments I have had.

 

 

Listen to or watch this very special episode of the Show Me Podcast, and enjoy a spiritual street photography journey with Nana.

The Show Me Podcast is recorded at Heartcast Media. Quality podcasting requires time and money. Please consider sponsoring the show on Patreon

Episode 2.1: Chronicling the Obamas with Official White House Photographer Lawrence Jackson

Lawrence Jackson, Official White House Photographer during the Obama Administration, discusses his time there as visualized in his new photography book, Yes We Did. Lawrence not only served the Obamas for eight years, but he had a unique perspective as an African American photographer chronicling Barack and Michelle Obama’s time in the white house, and their impact on America.

Lawrence saw the Obamas’ personal sides, their incredible ability to impact children, and how people reacted to them. Listen to or watch this very special opening episode of Show Me Podcast Season 2 below.

You can learn more about Lawrence’s book and his photography on jacksonimages.com.

The Show Me Podcast is recorded at Heartcast Media. Quality podcasting requires time and money. Please consider sponsoring the show on Patreon.

Part 2 of Remembering September 11 through Photos with Lt. Colonel Robert J. Darling – Episode 1.12

Part two of our special September 11 episode Lt. Colonel Robert J. Darling (retired) picks up right where we left off, starting with the collapse of the World Trade Center North Tower through the desperate attempts by FDNY and NYPD to rescue any survivors and the White House bunker team’s efforts to secure America’s skies, and its cities against further attacks. Be prepared, this is an emotionally trying episode of the Show Me Podcast.

September 11 remains one of the most visceral moments in American history. Lt. Colonel Darling served as the logistics lead in the White House during September 11, and joins Geoff Livingston to remember the attack through the photos. You can learn more about Lt. Colonel Robert J. Darling and his book, “24 Hours Inside the President’s Bunker, 9/11/01” on robertjdarling.com.

The Show Me Podcast is recorded at Heartcast Media.

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Remembering September 11 through Photos with Lt. Colonel Robert J. Darling (Part 1) – Episode 1.11

September 11 remains one of the most visceral moments in American history. Lt. Colonel Robert J. Darling served as the logistics lead in the White House during September 11, and joins Geoff Livingston to remember the attack through the photos. Part 1 of their discussion details what was happening in the White House from the first strike on the World Trade Center North Tower to the decisions made on Flight 93 by Vice President DIck Cheney and the passengers on Flight 93.

Listen to Part 1 of this emotional episode to get the insider’s perspective of one of America’s most tragic and consequential days. You can learn more about Lt. Colonel Robert J. Darling and his book, “24 Hours Inside the President’s Bunker, 9/11/01” on robertjdarling.com.

Listen to/watch Part 2 of Remembering September 11 through Photos with Lit. Colonel Robert J. Darling here.

The Show Me Podcast is recorded at Heartcast Media.

Quality podcasting requires time and money. Please consider sponsoring the show on Patreon.

IGDC Founder Holly Garner Discusses Alfred Stieglitz & Instagram – Episode 1.10

IGDC Founder and Instagram whiz Holly Garner came by to discuss one of her favorite influences, Alfred Stieglitz. Stieglitz was a late 19th and early 20th-century photographer who was instrumental in making photography an accepted art form.

Then we discussed Holly’s undertaking of IGDC ten years ago, and how the meetup and online curated platform has involved and inspired an entire genre of DC photography on Instagram and via in-person meetups. Then we discussed her own progression as a photographer via the @golightly handle on Instagram.

National Park Service Photographer Jarob Ortiz on Manufactured Landscapes – Episode 1.9

Jarob Ortiz is the National Park Service Heritage Documentation Program photographer. In addition to his own fantastic photography, he came by to discuss the very surreal and amazing Manufactured Landscapes project by Edward Burtynsky. We discussed the amazing way Burtynsky captured human impact on natural landscapes using a blend of natural and created symmetry.

Then we discussed some of Jarob’s own work, including his Alabama Civil Rights Trail and Staten island projects for the National Park Service. This is truly a fantastic episode. Soak up Jarob’s insights and talent on YouTube or via audio feed.

How Richard Avedon’s Take on Marilyn Monroe Influences Jarrett Hendrix – Episode 1.8

Jarrett came by to discuss Richard Avedon and his delightful photo of Marilyn Monroe.

Some photographs stand the test of time, for example, Richard Avedon’s emotional take on Marilyn Monroe. One of DC’s most influential photographers Jarrett Hendrix stopped by Show Me to discuss his take on the image, and Avedon’s body of work as a whole. Then Jarrett and Geoff discuss evolving styles and how some photographers photograph what their hearts compel them.

You can learn more about Jarrett Hendrix on his website www.jarretthendrix.com!

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