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Best Editorial Illustration podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Editorial Illustration podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Illustration Hour is a long-form interview podcast about the craft and business of illustration and design hosted by illustrator Julia Dufossé. With the help of successful illustrators, designers and art directors, we unpack how you can ideate better, learn new skills, keep yourself fresh, promote yourself and your work, and maintain a profitable freelance business. You'll learn industry secrets and tips on self-promotion, contract negotiation, portfolios and income streams from today's most ...
 
Because we are interested in people's story, and not what type of gear they use, we introduce a new much needed podcast in the world of photography and cinematography. Featuring in-depth conversations with some of the world's leading photographers, filmmakers, and other visual revolutionaries, we are bringing you the backstory on how some of your favorite artists got to where they are today.
 
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Canon Explorer of Light Vanessa Joy joins us to chat all about the latest gear release from Canon , including the powerful EOS R5, EOS R6, four RF lenses , and so many more accessories. From the 8K RAW powers of the R5 to the headline-grabbing auto focusing capabilities of both cameras, she breaks down exactly what the specs mean and how it’d level…
 
Prasenjeet Yadav (@prasen.yadav) is a natural history and science photographer (as well as a former molecular biologist) who has recently spent 2.5 years photographing snow leopards on as a National Geographic Explorer. He joins us to speak all about the expedition, how he’s used his passion for conservation to tell the stores of species, and how o…
 
Do you love reading magazines? Do you have a keen eye for details? If you would answer yes to both of these questions, you might want to consider becoming an editorial designer. In this episode, we will go through over 35 editorial terms and definitions you need to be familiar with if you are planning to design magazines. We will learn about kicker…
 
Chris Gunn (@thelightandthelens) has been photographing for NASA for 20 years, and has spent the last 10 capturing the James Webb Space Telescope. He was recently awarded NASA Photographer of the Year for his work photographing Webb, and he joins us to talk about how he's captured some of the most striking images of the telescope, the selection pro…
 
Architectural photographer Andy Macpherson joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a young surf kid growing up in Cronulla, New South Wales, to working in marketing and sales for a well known coffee roaster, to finally falling in love with architectural photography and working with clients like Dwell Magazine and a huge list of well known …
 
Emily Chow (@celtis_) is an illustrator, digital artist, and a live streamer. She joins us to chat all about how she began creating art, how she found ways to turn it into a successful career, and how she continues to build collaborations and commissions for her work. She also chats all about the #CreateNoMatterWhat challenge and how you can share …
 
Sports, music, lifestyle, and culture photographer Anthony Geathers joins the podcast to talk about his most recent personal work, shooting in the streets of New York during the protest, and to tell the story of how he went from a kid growing up in Bed-Stuy, to a Marine, to studying at NYC's famed SVU, to shooting for some of the biggest brands in …
 
Erin Babnik is known internationally as a leading photographic artist, educator, author, and speaker. She is a Canon Explorer of Light, a member of the Photo Cascadia team, and a former art historian. She joins us to chat all about her background and how that’s influenced her wilderness photography, the difference between locations and landscapes, …
 
Commercial, fine art, and editorial photographer Joseph Haeberle joins the show to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in rural Wyoming with a love of horses, to suddenly developing a thriving wedding photography business while still a teenager, then making the decision to walk away from it and focus his camera on the lifestyle and the peo…
 
Mark Monchek is an thought leader, speaker, the Chief Opportunity Officer at the Opportunity Lab, and the author of Culture of Opportunity: How to Grow Your Business in an Age of Disruption. He joins us to speak about virtual communications, how to optimize our moments with our coworkers, and how we should see times of disruption as opportunities f…
 
Sprout Studio is a studio management system built for photographers. As a photographer himself (and as the host of The Business of Photography Podcast), Bryan's been compiling resources and information for photographers on how they can best manage their business during a time of crisis. He joins us to chat all about improving customer communication…
 
London based reportage and documentary photographer Arnhel De Serra joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in the country outside of Brighton with an affinity for guitar and Carlos Santana, to finding a camera in his hand and a desire to capture the world around him, shooting everything from the mundane to the magnificent…
 
Sign up for the newsletter Get a free trial of Skillshare Premium About this Episode Alva Skog (Web; IG) is a Swedish illustrator based in London. Since graduating from Central Saint Martins in 2017, Alva has worked with clients like Apple, the New York Times and The Guardian. Their recognizable and bold style of towering characters with rule break…
 
Martin Edström (@martinedstrom) has traveled the world and created immersive experiences that take viewers to far-away places. Using technology, and merging with journalism, his stories are fully-enveloping tales. He joins us to chat about the projects he’s working on during quarantine, how he’s created his style of 360-degree storytelling, and how…
 
On this episode I'm joined by the head of Clarkson Creative and director of photography for NCAA photos Jamie Schwaberow to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in Ohio with a love of sports and dreams of becoming a journalist, to finding a camera in his hand and covering some of the biggest sporting events in the world. From an early age J…
 
Rob Hall (@robhallphoto) is a Michigan-baased editorial, commercial, and wedding photographer, plus he’s an educator, YouTuber and the co-host of the new High ISO podcast. He joins us to chat all about his business plans and how they were upended by the current pandemic, how he’s focusing his attention on creating useful content around his lighting…
 
Artist, filmmaker, photographer, and all around creative human being Thomas Campbell joins the podcast to talk about his newest skateboard film "Ye Olde Destruction" as well as how he went from a kid growing up in the 70s skateboard scene, to writing for magazines while he was still in high school, to hitchhiking around the world, to doing a solo a…
 
The model-photographer pair of Victoria Yore and Terrence Drysdale are known together as @FollowMeAway, where they log all of their fine art photography creations. They join us to chat all about how they found their craft and each other, how their careers and plans have been impacted by the pandemic, and how honesty and transparency in travel photo…
 
Richard Thompson III, known to some as RVT3, joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in New Orleans with a passion for music, to pursuing an education in the arts at SCAD, to living in LA shooting some of the most luxurious and well designed automobiles on the planet, and forming long lasting working relationships with com…
 
Martin Ander, better known to some as Mander, joins the show from his studio in Sweden to talk about how skateboarding, graffiti, and music shaped his youth and influenced him as an artist that would go onto to create hundreds of skateboard graphics, design award wining album artwork, and more recently begin exhibiting his work in galleries. Althou…
 
In this episode I will talk about George Tonks, a young and talented illustrator and how he found his unique illustration style. Most established artists have a unique style that fans admire and can be easily recognised. If you are planning to become an illustrator or digital artist you will most likely want the same: to define your own art style a…
 
Olivia Bee (@oliviabee) has been called a prodigy, a wunderkind, and a precocious young photography when she got her start at 15 with her first commissioned job. Now, a decade into her career, her dreamy documentary style of work has brought her many more clients, personal projects, a published book, and more. She joins us to chat about finding her…
 
Sofia Jaramillo returns to the show after her recent biographical episode to talk about working as a photojournalist and storyteller during the Covid 19 quarantines in Jackson Hole for High Country News and how she chose to follow a story of positivity, showcasing her small mountain community coming together to help each other out and show compassi…
 
Whether you’re a small business owner or a full-time freelance creative, the COVID-19 pandemic has affected us all and impacted our careers and projects. In this episode, we’re joined by Natalie Franke, a former freelance photographer and the current Head of Community at Honeybook, to speak all about the support available to creatives impacted by t…
 
Sign up for the newsletter Get a free trial of Skillshare Premium About this Episode Haley Tippmann (IG; Web; Society6) is an illustrator based in Koblenz, Germany. who loves to draw people. Haley's signature way of drawing, an observational, organic and extremely expressive style has earned her commissions from clients like the New York Times, the…
 
On this episode of the podcast I sit down with Catherine Simard to talk about how she went from walking the runway as a fashion model, to pursuing a career as a stylist and art director, to walking away from it all to live a life of travel and simplicity and chase her passion to become a landscape photographer. Cath grew up in Quebec and was scoute…
 
Photographer, Director, National Geographic contributor, and now business entrepreneur, Andy Bardon joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in New Jersey with dreams of mountain adventures, to studying social sciences in college in Colorado, to finding himself in the midst of an expedition on Mount Everest and on the cover…
 
If you've lost work or contracts because of the coronavirus pandemic or need information about how to seek federal aid, we're speaking with Rafael Espinal, the president of the Freelancers Union, to learn more. As the president of the organization, Espinal has been advocating for freelancers' rights and support, and informing the community of indep…
 
Sign up for the newsletter Get a free trial of Skillshare Premium About this Episode Brian Blomerth (Web; IG) is a freelance illustrator and cartoonist. From 2017 to 2018, Brian wrote a weekly cartoon titled Alphabet Junction for the magazine VICE. Since then, bands and companies have commissioned Brian to deliver his uniquely personal style of dog…
 
Daniel Driensky and Sarah Reyes, better known to most as Exploredinary, join the podcast to talk about their recent trip to Nepal, working on a new documentary film, and how two people that grew up in Texas found there way together as a creative couple to work on some beautifully produced short documentary films, photography projects, and art insta…
 
Director, photographer, and National Geographic Explorer Max Lowe joins the podcast to talk about working on his most recent project and full length film "Torn" that will tell the story of his family and will hopefully be coming out later this year if all goes well. During our conversation Max opens up about what it was like to tragically lose his …
 
Photographer and educator Rick Sammon has been working from home for 30 years. As we all adjust to a new style of working, he joins us to talk about how he structures his days, practices time management (including his go-to PomoDone App), and prepares for professional video conference calls to keep his business growing. Tune in to get Sammon's trie…
 
Photographer, Filmmaker, and now Author Ben Moon returns to the show to talk about his beautifully written book Denali that recently came out, what he's been up to since we last spoke, and how he's filling his time during the quarantine. Make sure to check out his story on the full length episode he originally did with me back on Episode #48, and r…
 
On this episode of the podcast I'm joined by outdoor adventure photographer Will Saunders to talk about how he went from a kid working as a white water rafting guide in his high school years wanting to study marine biology in college, to suddenly being influenced to take up the torch of photojournalism and pursue a life in photography. Growing up i…
 
As most of us work from home and practice social distancing, connection is more important than ever. For this second special episode, we're bringing you tips from three creatives — Prince McClinton (@wonderboyprince), Anya Anti (@anya_anti_art), and Ted Chin (@tedslittledream) — on how they're managing to keep themselves motivated creatively, spiri…
 
Sign up for the newsletter Get a free trial of Skillshare Premium About this Episode Nicki Field is the head of illustration at the agency and production company Jelly London. Nicki has years of experience representing artists and illustrators and she shares helpful tips about portfolios, self-promotion, outreach and negotiation. In this conversati…
 
Commercial/editorial sports photographer and Nikon Ambassador Andrew Hancock returns to the podcast to talk about what's going on in his life during the current social and economical shutdown, and how this has effected the specific niche of sports photography, as well the industry itself. Make sure to check out Andrew's original biographical episod…
 
On this episode of Visual Revolutionary Shorts I take a small break from the normal talk of photography, filmmaking, and creativity to address the current situation we all find ourselves in these days and what I feel like a meditation/mindfulness practice can do to help in times of fear, anxiety, and uncertainty. I'll be back very soon with a new e…
 
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) impacts the world, creatives everywhere are facing unprecedented challenges. Many of us are adjusting to working from home, or are finding ourselves with much more free time on our hands, and learning to navigate these unexpected times. In this special episode, we’ve asked professional photographers to give us updates …
 
Aaron Anderson (@aaronandersonvisuals), is a portrait, sports, and commercial photographer. He joins us from the west coast to chat all about how he’s navigated 5-plus years of being a full-time freelance photographer, how he’s balanced mental health and fortitude throughout everything, and how his latest decision, to sell his house and moved into …
 
Commercial, editorial, and outdoor adventure photographer and filmmaker Sofia Jaramillo joins the podcast to talk about how she went from a kid growing up on the slopes of Sun Valley, Idaho to working as a photojournalist in Mexico City, to living in Jackson Hole Wyoming focusing her camera on the outdoor adventure lifestyle she is surrounded by fo…
 
Photographer, author, educator, and host of the Candid Frame Podcast Ibarionex Perello joins me on the mics to talk about what he's learned about humanity and about himself from over 25 years of shooting on the streets of downtown Los Angeles, as well as all over the world. During our conversation I get the chance to ask him what made him want to s…
 
Sign up for the newsletter Get a free trial of Skillshare Premium About this Episode Nolan Pelletier (Web; IG) is an illustrator and designer based in Toronto Canada. Nolan's deep love for collecting antiques, art and printed ephemera influences his work very deeply. Over the years he has developed a unique style and voice combining his love of ink…
 
On this episode of the podcast I'm joined by photographer, architect, designer, and all around content creator Demas Rusli to find out how he went from a kid growing up in Sydney Australia with a fascination for architecture, to picking up a camera, building a loyal instagram following, and shooting for some of the biggest brands in the world like …
 
About this Episode Melanie Lambrick (IG; Web) is an illustrator and designer based in Montreal, Canada. Melanie's work really caught my eye from the moment I first saw it on Instagram. It's delightfully textured, filled with brilliant color palettes and pleasing compositions. Melanie's work is a nod to the folk art traditions of the 1960s, works by…
 
On this episode of the Best of The Visual Revolutionary Podcast I sit down with renowned portrait photographer, illustrator, writer, and category defying creative, Dan Winters. Although you might know Dan from his critically acclaimed portraits of iconic celebrities, musicians, and cultural influencers, he has built a reputation for his ability to …
 
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