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Episode Info: Kevin Miyazaki is an editorial and fine art photographer based in Milwaukee, WI. I've been a fan of Kevin's for some time now, both for his own work as well as his work highlighting and supporting the photographic community. We had a great conversation about his work and process, particularly about his use of image pairings and how effectively his photographs suggest a narrative, but with a sense of mystery as well. We also talked a lot about our common experiences as Japanese-Americans, and how our family histories inform our loves and our work. For the second segment, Kevin chose aging and ageism in creativity as his topic. (Conversation recorded August 3, 2017.) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher | SoundCloud | TuneIn | RSS Support: Support our Patreon | Leave a review Share: Tweet this episode | Share to Facebook Connect: Newsletter | Email | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr Show Notes: Kevin Miyazaki Kevin Miyazaki - Echo Kevin Miyazaki - Sky Above Kevin Miyazaki - Camp Home National Geographic - 14 Photos That Illumine a Dark Chapter of U.S. History Photolucida - 2016 Critical Mass Top 50 Lenscratch Lenscratch - Kevin J. Miyazaki: The States Project: Wisconsin collect.give tinytinygroupshow Emily Shur Wendel A. White Kelli Connell Diane Fox Tule Lake Relocation Center Heart Mountain Relocation Center Yonsei (Japanese diaspora) Gosei (Japanese diaspora) Milwaukee Art Museum - Paul Druecke: A Social Event Archive, 1997-2007 Paul Druecke Donate to these organizations to aid disaster relief in Houston: Galveston County Food Bank Food Bank of Corpus Christi Houston Food Bank Texas Diaper Bank SPCA of Texas Portlight Coalition for the Homeless Southern Baptist Disaster Relief Heart to Heart International  Read more »

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