I was recently interviewed by Jenny Stein, host of The Family Photographer podcast. Last fall, Jenny was pregnant with her fifth baby and talked a lot about midwifery, birth, newborns... all the preoccupations of a pregnant woman. Jenny is always saying how much she enjoys hearing from listeners so I sent her an email and included a little about the work I was doing. I didn't hear from her until several months later and was really surprised that in between giving birth and caring for four other children - along with hosting a twice monthly podcast - she actually answered my email. She said she liked the work I was doing and would like to talk to me, so we arranged a time for a phone conversation. This went very well. Jenny is extroverted, curious, loves photography, and of course, loves her family. This is a great combination of characteristics for a woman doing a show interviewing photographers about their work, usually related in some way to family photography. Many of her guests have fairly large followings, so when Jenny wanted to set up an official podcast interview with me, I was honored.
I have to admit that public speaking has never been my forté. And, when I listened to the interview we did, I was chagrinned by my ums, giggles, and at one point, my brain freeze. Nonetheless, I stand by the points I made about the convictions I have that largely drive my photography life.
So, if you have the time, click on the black "learn more" button below and have a listen!