The James Redd Podcast

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Here I share amazing and bizarre stories from my time doing street photography in New Orleans.
It's been a while! Here I chat about my experience on the streets of Houston.
Here I chat with a talented photographer and local New Yorkian known as Kiddox (or Micheal). We spoke about his work as well as general photography philosophy and introversion. Kiddox: The YouT
Here I talk with photographer Sam Raetz about his recent project where he photographed a group of cyclists that were part of the Tour de France in 2019. Sam Raetz: https://w
Here I chat with talented photographer and friend Thiago about some of his favorites on Instagram. In our conversation I learned that oval shaped glasses are a trend in Brazil. And that's a big deal. Thiago Roma:
Here I talk about the fine photography work of Jon Way and about how he manages to capture the many personality traits of water. Magical right? Jon Way:
Here I talk about the precise and elegant photography of Jordan Hammond and about how laughing will slowly kill You. Jordan Hammond:
Here I talk about the diverse and explorative photography of Tim McGurr aka @13thwitness. He is the son of Futura, the human not the font. Because fonts can't have babies. Tim McGurr:
Here I talk about the work of photographer Corey Arnold who has the uncommon perspective of also being an Alaskan commercial fisherman. I also tragically fall into a British accent for a moment and require emergency services. Corey Arnold: htt
Here I talk about my favorite photographer Steve McCurry and his ability to uniquely connect us with people in different cultures. I also spoke briefly about yak-hair tents and that is a big deal. Steve McCurry:
Here I talk about the prolific urban exploration photography work of Yosigo. I also talk about bananas. Yosigo: The Case for Minimalism | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios:
Here I re-introduce the photo walk of old with a new format! I also had a snack along the way. Which is important. Me on Instagram:
Here I talk about the photography work of the prolific Jimmy Chin and his acrophobia inducing photos. Jimmy Chin:
Here I talk about the unique photos of photographer and cinematographer Jeremy Snell. Not to be confused with Jeremy snail who is a snail named Jeremy. Jeremy Snell:
Here I speak about the thoughtful photography of Shane Taylor. I look at his emphasis on powerful expressions and exciting compositions. I also talk about eggs. Shane Taylor:
Here I talk about 4 films from filmmaker Tim Kellner. We speak about what makes his films uniquely compelling and more importantly about how to get the island of bears. Tim Kellner:
Here I chat with a rad fellow named Thiago about his photography and how he approaches taking photos of circus folk. The most dastardly kind of folk there is. Thiago Roma: https://thiagoroma.portfoliobox
Here I talk about the photography of Mustafa Hacalaki and how he brings hope to street photographers in small towns everywhere. George Lucas also makes an appearance to share his unimaginably profound wisdom. Mustafa Hacalaki: https://www.inst
Here I talk about the goofy and clever work of animator James Curran. There's a part where I talk about a vomiting cat. Don't miss it. James Curran:
Here I talk with filmmaker and radio producer Andrew Norton about storytelling and how he came into filmmaking from an interview focused starting point. We also spoke about Darth Vader. Andrew Norton: https://vimeo.
Here I talk with Francesco D’Alessio who is the host of Keep Productive on YouTube. We spoke about using apps to be a more productive creator and to stop wasting Your life away like You are currently doing. Francesco D'Alessio:
Here I talk about snow. Chistophe Jacrot:
Here I speak with YouTube creator Bryant Chambers about his passion for helping people develop their minds to achieve their goals. We also spoke about how a job that makes You sad inside can be a great gift. Bryant Chambers: https://www.youtub
Here I talk about a popsicle sitting on a can. Ricard Badia:
Here I talk about a beautiful film about getting destroyed by waves. DARK SIDE OF THE LENS by Astray Films
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