EP20: Gabe Dinsmoor

This week we talk with Gabe Dinsmoor, one of the cinematographers of the just released HBO film Baltimore Rising , a documentary following several activist and police officers during and after the 2015 uprising that took place in the city.

Gabe Dinsmoor is a cinematographer, photographers and producer from Baltimore, MD. In October 2015, Gabe began helping film a feature documentary for HBO called Baltimore Rising about the death of Freddie Gray and the Baltimore Uprising. He has worked as a camera op on The Keepers, a Netflix docu-series that explores the unsolved murder of the nun Sister Cathy Cesnik, and co-directed and shot a documentary titled Pyne Poynt about a little league coached by ex-convicts in Camden, NJ, America’s most dangerous and poorest city.

EP19: Brian Ulrich


Exploring post 9/11 America through retail spaces, this week we discuss consumerism and photographing the ubiquitous with Brian Ulrich.

Brian Ulrich’s work focuses on consumer culture, retail spaces , and commercialism as it plays out in the landscape of America. His works been featured in a long list of museums and publications: Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, The New York Public Library, Time Magazine, Vice, Mother Jones, and more. Additionally, he is a recipient of a 2009 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, and an associate professor at the Rhode Island School of Design for photography. You can find his books, Is This Place Great or What, and Retail Relics and Ephemera, here.

Ep18 Live at DC Fotoweek

We took the show on the road to the 10th anniversary of DC Fotoweek. At the beautiful Embassy of Spain, we caught up the photojournalist who caught a now iconic shot from Charlottesville ; celebrity organizers, like for the Magnum at 70 photo-show, and winners of this year’s FotoWeek competitions. Give it a listen.

EP17: Eros Hoagland

What does it mean to photograph conflict? Where is the photographers place in a landscape of violence? This week we talk with Eros Hoagland about his book Reckoning at the Frontier.

Eros Hoagland is a prolific freelance photographer and videographer who’s work from the last 20 years spans from war zones in Afghanistan, to gangs in El Salvador, to on-set locations of major motion pictures. He’s been featured in the NY times, National Geographic, Time and more. His recent book, Reckoning at the Frontier, features photos from years spent along the border of the US and Mexico, primarily in Tijuana and Ciudad Juárez.