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Episode 95: Jeffrey Henson Scales (Documentary Photography)

Jeffrey Henson Scales has led an amazing life, from photographing the Black Panthers at age 14 to managing Minnie Ripperton, posing for Playgirl, co-founding the LA Weekly, and so [...]

Episode 31: Michael A. McCoy (Documentary Photography)

ARCHIVE EPISODE: With a longtime passion for photography, photojournalist Michael A. McCoy has had the opportunity to capture a variety of scenes and settings throughout his life. Having had [...]

Episode 9: Webster Phillips (Documentary Photography)

ARCHIVE EPISODE: Webster Phillips is part of a lineage of great photographers, his father Irving Henry Webster Philips Jr. was the first Black photographer at the Baltimore Sun, his [...]

Episode 2: Shan Wallace (Street Photography)

ARCHIVE EPISODE: Baltimore native Shan Wallace joins the podcast to discuss her street photography having commissioned photos for media outlets such as The Washington Post and The Cut. However, [...]

Episode 87: Rian Dundon (Documentary Photography)

Rian Dundon is based in Portland, Oregon and specializes in documentary photography. He is also the author of the books, Protest City (2023), Fan (2015), and Changsha (2012). He [...]

Episode 85: Andre Wagner (Street Photography)

 Andre Wagner is an award-winning street and commercial photographer in Brooklyn, New York. His work focuses on everyday life while highlighting themes of race, class, and cultural identity in [...]

Episode 83: Vikki Tobak & Sue Kwon (Music Photography)

Celebrating 50 years of Hip-Hop music and photography, we are joined by Vikki Tobak and Sue Kwon who were in the middle of the 1990’s explosion of Hip-Hop and [...]
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