By Jeffery Saddoris
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Process Driven with Jeffery Saddoris is a podcast about creativity and what it means to those who do more than make art. Frank, in-depth conversations with makers and creators from a wide range of disciplines, including photography, art, film and literature explore not only about the what and the how, but also the why.
||CleanProcess Driven: Karl Taylor||In this episode, I’m sitting down with photographer and photography instructor Karl Taylor. I was introduced to Karl’s work in 2010 when a friend gave me one of his training DVDs. Karl’s energy and enthusiasm for photography along with his […]||7/3/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanProcess Driven: Nick Brandt||There are some photographs that just stick with you. Images that once you see them, you simply can’t unsee — and it happens across virtually all genres of photography. A single image, a particular project or an entire body of […]||6/10/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanProcess Driven: Jon Wilkening||When I was a junior in high school I took my first photography class and one of the things we had to do before we got to shoot with the “real” cameras — in our case, they were Pentax K1000s […]||5/5/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanProcess Driven: Tom Deslongchamp||In the last episode, I had a conversation with Glenn D’Cruze from North Atlantic Explorers, who I was introduced to by a listener of On Taking Pictures. In this episode, my guest was recommended to me by one of my […]||4/22/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanProcess Driven: Glenn D’Cruze||In this episode, I’m doing something a little different. One of the goals I’ve had for Process Driven from the beginning has been to expand the scope of the conversations I have beyond visual arts as an exploration into how […]||4/5/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanProcess Driven: Dan Winters||A few months ago, I attended a talk that Dan Winters gave at the Smithsonian and one of the things that struck me straight away was the language he used to describe his relationship to his work. I’ve been a […]||2/10/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanProcess Driven: Ben Thomas||In 1976, William Eggleston opened his first color show at MoMA, the reviews were fairly polarized. To some of the art establishment, color photography was for snapshots and not to be taken seriously and black and white was the only […]||1/26/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanProcess Driven: Gregory Crewdson||I can’t tell you what the first photograph that I ever saw by Gregory Crewdson was, but I do remember very clearly how it made me feel — how I connected to this world. Unlike any other photographer I can […]||1/11/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanProcess Driven: Sam Faulkner||In this episode, I’m sitting down with Sam Faulkner, a photographer from the UK who for the last five years has been making portraits of reenactors for a project called Unseen Waterloo. I saw a couple images from the project […]||9/2/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanProcess Driven: David duChemin||In 2009 when photographer David duChemin released his first book Within The Frame, the former comedian had no idea what adding author to his resume would do to his career trajectory, saying “I think sometimes other people can peg that about us […]||7/10/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanProcess Driven: Dalton Campbell||After his business imploded, Dalton Campbell decided he needed a change. He sold everything he owned, packed a single backpack of clothes and essentials, grabbed his camera and left for Europe without any sort of agenda, other than to take […]||7/4/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanProcess Driven: Tom Hoops||A unique photographic style is one of the benchmarks of a great photographer. In 2007, Tom Hoops, was working as a web designer in Thailand, unfamiliar with names like Richard Avedon, Helmut Newton, or Paolo Roversi. But,||8/21/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
Off To A Great Start!!
I look forward to more fantastic interviews.
These are more than just interviews; they almost feel like you are listening in on fascinating conversations. Jeffery asks the questions you wish most interviewers would think of and he is genuinely interested in the answers. I can't wait for more!
Wish there were more!
I've been listening to Jeffery's other show On Taking Pictures for a long time and it's great to see him bringing his enthusiasm to this project. I just wish there were more episodes!