Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
Photographer Shannon Fagan just returned from Dublin, where he spoke at the CEPIC New Media Conference. Shannon was part of a panel entitled “What’s next?: How will the stock media business evolve?” Shannon is President of the Stock Artists Alliance and an Advisory Board member of the Young Photographers Alliance. He has deep knowledge of ...Read more.
One of my students, Chris New, conducted a wonderful interview with Peter Yang. Peter Yang: I think this video thing is very, very real. I came into this business to be a still photographer so I
I mentioned last Wednesday that I had recently discovered the work of Hans Halberstadt, a photographer who specializes in stock imagery of the military, including model released images. Hans now sells his stock directly to clients through PhotoShelter, rather than through a large stock agency, and I wanted to talk to him more about this ...Read more.
Elinor Carucci is able to shoot both personal work and commercial work, in fact, in many ways she makes no distinction. The following are two interviews with Elinor Carucci conducted by my students Tal Gur and Cara Castellino.
In my Business Practices class, students are asked to interview a professional in the field of photography.
Here is the second part of my interview with Todd Ruthven, a long-time AD at JWT, Detroit, who I worked with on a shoot for Ford a few years back. Part I discussed general changes in auto advertising over the past 20 years, the end of The Boulevard, and the advent of CGI. Below, Todd ...Read more.
A few years back Todd and I worked on a wonderful ad campaign for Ford Motor Co.