We have a very special guest this week, one that’s taken some planning but so happy it worked out! Austin Kleon is the New York Times bestselling author of three illustrated books with his fourth, Keep Going! released on April 2nd. Austin describes himself as “a writer who draws. I make art with words and books with pictures” but he’s more than that, he’s funny, intelligent, inspirational and down to earth. We really enjoyed our chat, go and buy his books!! Chase Jarvis Interview https://austinkleon.com/ – Website https://amzn.to/2FJiL6U – Keep Going book. Amazon UK https://amzn.to/2Wwjb66 – Steal Like an Artist. Amazon UK https://amzn.to/2THgltl – Show Your Work. Amazon UK
In this episode Glyn and Dave talk about forgiveness. Sounds pretty serious, but it’s not. It’s just about not harbouring grudges, letting things go that hold you back or distract you, moving on and making more positive decisions in life and business.
This week we interview a man who, without his generosity, we would not be making this podcast. Zack was instrumental in Glyn following the path he did in 2009 which eventually led to us meeting in 2010. Catching up with Zack 10 years on he opens up about life as a photographer and reveals the truth about the real world of a working photographer and some harsh truths we all experience, how to get out of that funk and keep going. It’s one of our most honest and revealing interviews.
Zack’s NEW Class “The Craft of Portrait Photography” on The Portrait Masters Training Platform: https://theportraitmasters.com/product/the-craft-of-portrait-photography/
Glyn chats to WW2 / Normandy Veteran Reg Charles from the Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry in a continuing series of interviews with veterans he has been photographing for his project on WW2 veterans.
In this bonus episode Dave sits down with Jonny Sullens from Future Events, he is the man behind The Photography Show held each year, now in its 6th, at the NEC Birmingham. But how did the show come about after Focus running a photography show there for over 20 years? There’s a lot you’ll discover about how a show that brings in over 30k attendees comes together and how it can grow and develop each year to give us a better show. Please excuse the audio, we were in a room with some echo which caused some levels issues
Glyn and Dave were honoured to have the incredible portrait artist, truly award winning and successful business owner, Sue Bryce as their guest. It was an absolute packed hour of gold! If you don’t walk away inspired you can have your money back! Seriously, Sue talks about her beginnings and what’s driven her to be a successful young woman in this industry and how she continues to grow as a person, a photographer and a business owner. Listen and enjoy!
Glyn and Dave talk to a photographer who they meet at photography events each year and each year over the past 7 years they catch up with Matt and talk about his career, his photography and discuss the trials and tribulations of maintaining a career in this industry. There have been twists and turns, in this episode Matt shares his experiences.
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The Scotland Workshops are here : https://www.quietlandscapes.co.uk/ and really poignant to what he was talking about regarding doing something for yourself and taking time to chill.
This week’s episode is our 1 year anniversary or birthday, 60 episodes, 40 guests and a ton of chit chat! This week we talk about our new show partner, The photography Show, update on Ted the war veteran and how the press and individuals behave when there’s sensationalism to be reported and money on the table. Glyn talks about his trip to Westcott, printing your own photos and we reflect on what we’ve enjoyed the most from our first year. Thank you for listening!
For this Special Episode, Glyn interviewed World War 2 Veteran (Dunkirk, D-Day) Jeff Haward MM. Known as “Die Hards” Jeff served in the famous Middlesex Regiment throughout the entire time of World War 2 and was awarded the Military Medal for bravery by none other than Field Marshall Sir Bernard Montgomery. Now 99 years of age (100 in July 2019) take a listen to this short interview as Jeff talks of some of his experiences in true Jeff Haward style.