Keen to explore many genres, Jason majors in sport and concert photography. His subjects are at their peak as they perform, but that is not the only side that Jason aims to capture. His photos reveal the intimate, emotional, and celebratory nature of his subjects as he explores their world. Check out more of his work & listen to our chat down below.
I have always found birth photography captivating. It is emotional, labourous, and incredibly intimate. This week I speak with Naomi Coker about her experience as a birth photographer, including a small facet of her work that touches on families who experience infant loss. I learned a lot over our conversation, as this is very new terrain for me, and I have to say I found her perspective and creative vision to be both beautiful and refreshing.
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I spoke with Mary Ann Wamboldt about the Kingston Photographic Club and what it's like to shoot the paintball subculture, not to mention shooting portraiture in general and how she goes about forming a connection with her subjects. We also talk about the club, their outings, guest lectures & competitions, not to mention everything else they have to offer photo enthusiasts around town. And if you see an interesting lecture you'd like to sit in on, ask them about their guest pass!
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Andrée Thorpe is both a landscape photographer and a documentary style photographer. She jumped into photography head first and has been swimming the current ever since. She shares, not only what her experience has been like learning under a mentor, but also the amazing opportunities that have taken her to Antarctica & around the world. Check out her work here.
Liz Cooper's work is full of emotion and the feeling of being in the moment. In addition to her family and wedding work, she keeps busy by collaborating with other artists on personal projects, workshops and somehow still leaves room for experimentation. Check out her work here.
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I would describe Viara's work as crooked, imperfect, out of focus at times, and never posed. Don't get me wrong though, these are the very characteristics that make her work incredibly personal as she immerses you in the moment and reveals the quintessential elements, emotions & day to day moments that make her subjects who they are. Check out Viara's work here.
And check out my interview with Viara here.