Andy catches up with family portrait photographer, past guest and friend of the show Pieter Claerhout about how 2020/21 has unfolded for him with work, family and (of course) photography.
Andy has a long and wide chat with accomplished portrait photographer, instructor and all around top fella Frank Doorhof on shared love of bikes and comics before hitting hard into the camera and photo talk of all kinds.
Andy catches up with past guest of the show, photographer, Olympus educator, instructor and all around top cat Rob Knight on how 2020-1 unfolded in his photo life.
Andy talks to prolific author, educator and music lover Rick Sammon about situational awareness & engaging as an instructor, the Beatles and practice practice practice, not to mention his Photo Therapy & Photo Quest book among other riffs and bits of conversation.
This week and as we settle in to a season of interviews on the show: Andy catches up with past guest Valerie Jardin to see how 2020 and ’21 has unfolded, from cancelled workshops to personal and creative inspirations to a new addition to the Jardin family.
Andy continues his chat with concert photographer Nathan Dobbelaere beyond C.R.A.P. (episode 40, here) and digs into how he found photography through family, a side hustle in shooting internationally, the joy and pain of socials, and of course some gear talk and settings.
This week it’s talk of how to relax in the dead of January but be productive, the therapy of cleaning up to improve photo results into 2021 and beyond.
On today’s show Andy talks to Nathan Dobbelaere about C.R.A.P. (Cultural Rescue Aid by Photographers)) and how the Belgian photo scene is stepping up to help the cultural sector in this oh-so-funky-2020.
This week Andy talks about keeping it “on the loose” with your photography, creativity, and life itself.
This week it’s a bit more on keeping happy in this oh-so-glorious year of 2020, then talk of of the joy (we can all enjoy) of my new photo project “Brugge Landscapes: Unlocked for Light” (here) launching Sunday.