Ep.52 Tom Stogdon, Sculptor

One of the greatest pleasures of recording this podcast is that I get to talk to all sorts of people and, in this episode, it gave me the opportunity to chat with an incredible, internationally renowned sculptor, Tom Stogdon. We talk about all things creative from leaving his job as a greengrocer (his love of arranging fruit and vegetables in …

Ep.50 Terry Hope, Editor Professional Photo Magazine

In this podcast I get to chat with Terry Hope, the long standing editor of Professional Photo Magazine and its newbie publisher, having acquired the magazine just a few short weeks ago. Having trained as a photographer Terry went straight into journalism and has worked on titles as varied as Camera Weekly, Amateur Photographer and Professional Photographer. He was part …

Ep.37 Be Careful Who You Listen To

Ep.37 Be Careful Who You Listen To Happy New Year!  Here's to a fantastic 2019! Had a few weeks off and feeling pretty excited about what this year will bring.  And am back recording new podcasts having enjoyed the break. This podcast is just me musing on why it's important to be careful of what and who you pay attention ...

Ep.30 Interview: Kenny Martin On Life And Running A (Successful) Photography Business

This episode is an interview with the industry giant that is Kenny Martin. Kenny started out as a photographer, ultimately running one of the most successful Venture Studios in the UK up in Edinburgh. These days he spends most of his time travelling the length and bredth of the UK, Ireland and Scandinavia helping photography studios to be, well, profitable …

Ep.20 Interview With James Musselwhite FMPA

James Musselwhite is one of the most exciting portrait photographers working in the UK: with his iconic monochrome portraits of wrestlers, he has built a global fan base who prize his imagery. In this interview (in a noisy pub in southern England!) we chat about life, passion, encouragement and the state of the photography industry. And we laugh. Quite a …