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Q&A with Fine Art and Commercial Photographer DUSTIN AKSLAND

Dustin Aksland is a widely exhibited fine art and commercial photographer currently living in Brooklyn. Dustin moved to New York from San Francisco where he got his BFA in photography from the Academy of Art and assisted for Jim Hughes and Jason Madara among others. When I first looked at Dustin’s work, I glimpsed something […]

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Q&A with San Francisco Photographer JAKE STANGEL

Jake Stangel is an editorial and advertising photographer based in San Francisco and represented by Julian Richards. I’ve followed Jake’s work for the past couple of years and am always excited to see a new project on his site. Jake shoots in a documentary style and is one of the photographers hired to tell a […]

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JOAO CANZIANI in Conversation With CHRIS BUCK

This is the second in the series of interviews in which a photographer chooses another photographer to interview. When Shaun Fenn was interviewing Joao Canziani, he asked Joao if he wanted to carry this forward and to interview someone himself. Joao, being the supremely nice and engaged photographer that he is, jumped at the chance […]

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SHAUN FENN in Conversation with Photographer JOAO CANZIANI

This post marks the launch of a new column on POP featuring photographers interviewing other photographers. I was challenged by photographer Mathieu Young to find a way to curate content. This came up in conversation with Shaun Fenn and without hesitation he asked if he could interview Joao Canziani. Joao agreed and I’m very happy […]

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Q&A With Commercial and Fine Art Photographer PHILIP TOLEDANO

Philip Toledano is an advertising and editorial photographer and fine artist perhaps best known for his conceptual portrait work and his fine art work including the book “Days With My Father” in which he chronicles the last three years of his father’s life and projects “Kim John Phil,” “A New Kind of Beauty,” “Phonesex” and […]

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Q&A With Editorial and Advertising Photographer ALEX FARNUM

Alex Farnum is a San Francisco based commercial and editorial photographer. Represented by Apostrophe, his client list includes Nike, Vizio, Joby, Restoration Hardware, GQ, TIME, Fast Company, Gourmet, San Francisco Magazine and 7×7 among others. Farnum has a diverse portfolio that includes portraits, lifestyle, food, fashion and travel. Driven by a true passion for his […]

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Advertising & Editorial Photographer MATTHEW TURLEY

Matthew Turley is an advertising and editorial photographer based in Salt Lake City, Utah and represented by Bay Area agency Marianne Campbell Associates. In the six years he has been shooting professionally, he has built an advertising and editorial client list that includes The Home Depot, RAM Trucks, IHG, and Bollé, as well as Men’s […]

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THE INSIDE MAN: Q&A with an IN-HOUSE PHOTOGRAPHER

This interview features an anonymous source. An in-house photographer at a magazine and web publishing company. Most of my interviews feature commercial, freelance photographers and the discussions revolve around inspiration, personal vision, the road to success and specific jobs. For a primarily editorial shooter, and even a catalog or commercial photographer, an in-house gig could […]

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Q&A with LA Advertising and Editorial Photographer LOU MORA

Lou Mora is an LA advertising and editorial photographer who specializes in portraits and lifestyle photography for a client list that includes Ford, Bank of America, Asics, Nike, Intel, Shure, Hill Holiday, Rue, Heeb, Huck, and Universal Music Group among others. I was referred to Lou by a colleague I met while working on Future […]

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Q&A with Photographer DARCY ROGERS

I believe in coincidences and in following a path lit more brightly by their prescience. Last week I had a conversation with a rep in which we discussed, among other things, how San Francisco tends to isolate itself from the larger art and commercial art worlds, to its detriment. In thinking about this afterwards, I […]

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