The very first Episode of the Show Me Podcast (1.1) features former director of White House Photography and photojournalism pioneer Sharon Farmer. Sharon joins Geoff Livingston for a fascinating discussion about photographing United States Presidents. Sharon Farmer led the Clinton White House with its photography, and was the first African American and first woman in her position serving the President.
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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.
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Around the Lens Host and visual journalist Dave Murphy joined Geoff Livingston for a Show Me podcast on James Nachtwey and wartime photography. They discussed why James Nachtwey‘s wartime photography and general photojournalism is so striking. Then they discussed David’s work in the military and the Around the Lens podcast.
You can learn more about Dave Murphy and his podcast on the Around the Lens website!
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By wp_admin — 4 months ago
Focus on the Story Founder Joe Newman joins Geoff Livingston for episode 3 of the Show Me Podcast. The two discuss why the Collin Kaepernick photo used by Nike for the Just Do It Campaign was so much more successful than the GQ Cover shot taken during the exact same shoot by Martin Schaller (see PetaPixel for details).
Joe and Geoff then go on to discuss storytelling via photography in Cuba, the Trump Inauguration, and the 2019 Focus on the Story/Click DC photo festival.
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