Episode 109: Amy Toensing & Matt Moyer (Documentary Film)
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by The 10FPS Team
1w ago
Amy Toensing began her professional career in 1994 as a staff photographer at her New Hampshire hometown paper, The Valley News. She then worked for the New York Times Washington D.C. bureau covering the White House and Capitol Hill during the Clinton administration. In 1998, Toensing left D.C. to obtain her Master’s Degree from Ohio University, School of Visual Communication. A regular contributor to National Geographic magazine for over twenty years, Toensing has photographed and reported on cultures and topics around the world. Toensing teaches photography to kids and young adults in under ..read more
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Episode 35: A. D. Coleman (Historical Photography & Criticism)
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by The 10FPS Team
2w ago
ARCHIVE EPISODE: To coincide with the anniversary of D-Day, we bring back an episode with A. D. Coleman, and his research on the historic photos of Robert Capa.  Coleman is an independent American critic, historian, educator, and curator of photography and photo-based art, and a widely published commentator on new digital technologies. He has published eight books and more than 2000 essays on photography and related subjects. He has lectured and taught internationally; his work has been translated into 21 languages and published in 31 countries. Coleman’s intensive research concludes that ..read more
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Episode 108: Andre Chung (Filmmaker)
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by The 10FPS Team
3w ago
An award-winning photojournalist and portrait photographer, André Chung creates dynamic portraits, captures decisive moments and stories with the goal of grabbing the viewers attention and encouraging them to take a deeper look. Andre was the recipient of the 2021 Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for Domestic Photography, and was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize five times while a staff photographer at The Baltimore Sun. In addition, he has also received the George Polk Award, and the Sigma Delta Chi award. He was twice named the Times Mirror Journalist of the Year. He recently released a f ..read more
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Episode 106: Ada Trillo (Documentary Photography)
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1M ago
Today’s guest is Ada Trillo a queer, first-generation Mexican-American artist who merges documentary and fine art in her photography. Growing up on the border between Juarez, Mexico, and El Paso, Texas, inspired her to explore national and metaphorical borders of inequality in her work. She focuses on walls of inclusion and exclusion, such as those based on climate and violence related to migration, as well as internal exclusions resulting from long-standing barriers of race, class, gender, and trauma that have been influenced by colonization. Trillo’s photographs are included in the permanen ..read more
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Episode 105: Kristi Odom (Conservation Photographer)
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1M ago
 Conservation photographer and Filmmaker, Kristi Odom, has worked in some of the earth’s most remote locations to help document stories that will help protect our planet’s biodiversity. She is an internationally awarded photographer, an associate fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, a Nikon Ambassador and a motivational speaker. She believes strongly in the power of photography to help create positive change and ultimately help protect the planet’s wildlife. A photographer and filmmaker, her work focuses on connecting people emotionally to animals and celebrat ..read more
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Episode 104: Wendel White (Documentary Photography)
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by The 10FPS Team
1M ago
Wendel White. Photo Credit: Carmela Cólon-White   Newark, New Jersey native Wendel White has made significant accomplishments both in and out of his home state. As a documentary photographer whose primary focus is the Black experience in the United States, White’s captivating work has been displayed in locations as varied as the New Jersey State Museum, San Francisco, California’s The Arts at CIIS, and Charlotte, North Carolina’s Mint Museum. Another major career accolade of White’s is that he has taught at Stockton University for over 35 years and is now a Distinguished Professor o ..read more
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Episode 103: Phillip Toledano (AI and Art Photography)
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2M ago
Phillip Toledano. Source: LensCulture A self-described conceptual artist, Phillip Toledano is an acclaimed creative known for work spanning a variety of mediums that include photography, videography, sculpture, and painting. With poignant photo projects including “When I Was Six” and “Days With My Father,” Toledano has proven his unique ability to convey deep understanding of complex emotions and situations. With 65,000 followers and counting on his Instagram account (where much of his work is shared), the public’s interest in and connection with the creative endeavors Toledano has to share i ..read more
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Episode 102: Kaitlin Newman (Documentary Photography)
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2M ago
Kaitlin Newman. Photo Credit Baltimore native Kaitlin Newman is a multifaceted photojournalist whose work in the field began at 16 years old on her high school’s newspaper staff. Since earning both a Bachelor’s and Master’s of Science in Journalism from Towson University, Newman’s photojournalistic career has developed to span sports, entertainment, and protest photography as well as becoming a Professor of Photojournalism at her alma mater. Additionally, Newman serves as Assistant Photo Editor and Staff Photojournalist for The Baltimore Banner and has had work published in the The Los Angele ..read more
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Episode 101: Carey Wagner (Documentary Photography)
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by The 10FPS Team
2M ago
Carey Wagner. Photo Credit: Steve Remich New York City-based Carey Wagner is a documentary photographer that recently became the President of the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA), an organization she has been involved with since 2001. Wagner is also a two-time International Reporting Project Fellow for her work in The New York Times and PRI’s The World and produced the Letters of Hope campaign with the humanitarian non-profit organization CARE. In addition to her acclaimed photographic work, Wagner has found success in the filmmaking realm as an additional cinematographer on Th ..read more
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Episode 100: Eugene Richards (Documentary Photography)
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by The 10FPS Team
2M ago
Eugene Richards. Photo Credit: Jocelyn Bain Hogg. Our 100th Episode! This is the first of our Masters Episodes in which we will speak with the giants, masters of their craft, the inspirations, mentors and great ones. In celebration, our 100th episode is a conversation with the great Eugene Richards, truly a master of his craft. After earning a degree in English from Northeastern University, Richards began studying photography at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under Minor White. Richards’ career since has included filmmaking and documenting poverty, rural life, breast cancer, an eme ..read more
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