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87 minutes | Jan 4, 2021
Jon Willey and Dan Goldfarb - How Do We Start Making Change For Creatives
In this episode we welcome back Jon Willey to the show as we talk with Dan Goldfarb, Graphic Designer for the Carolina Panthers. What brought about the conversation was a tweet Dan posted a week or so ago:"The day I leave the sports industry is the day my mental health changes for the better."This prompted me to reach out to Jon immediately because this was exactly the type of situation we discussed in our previous conversation. We talk about different things that we could do to start taking action so that creatives like Dan can stop feeling like their industry is not worth the time and effort.IG: Dan - @theclassicdanJon -@ jwilleyphotoTwitter: Dan - @degartsJon - @jonwilley
30 minutes | Dec 30, 2020
Guided Meditation 2: Emotional Intelligence
Welcome back to another guided meditation!We're happy to have Emily Ashton of Mind Body Soul Movement on the show. Ash is a certified Yoga and Meditation instructor based in Atlanta. Ash and I chat about why Emotional Intelligence is super important.Emotional Intelligence allows you to regulate your emotions and make better decisions. Meditation is a great practice to help boost your EI. https://www.thembsmvmt.com for more information on what Ash is up to and please follow her on Insta @thembsmvmt
62 minutes | Dec 28, 2020
Bakari Sellers - The Virgo From Denmark, South Carolina
In this episode of The Eye Podcast, I sit down with good friend Bakari Sellers. Bakari has so many accolades, I'll let you just google him for all of those. I drove up to Charlotte to do this episode in person because I have so much respect for this guy. We talk about his recent interview with Bill Simmons and Barak Obama, his beautiful family, his New York Times best seller "My Vanishing Country", and his daily philosophy of living with his emotions. IG: @bakarisellersTwitter: @Bakari_SellersWebsite: http://bakarisellers.comBUY HIS BOOK!
7 minutes | Dec 26, 2020
When You're Asked "How Do You Make Money As A Photographer?"
This short episode was brought about when someone asked me this past week "How do you make money with photography?" It's not been the first time and certainly not the last. I mention different ways I use photography in a practical way to make a living with my camera. Share with your photography friends so they to know that they're no the only ones dealing with people asking them ridiculous questions.Please like, share, and subscribe for more episodes and valuable content coming soon!
132 minutes | Dec 23, 2020
Allison McKail - Building The Life YOU Want
In this episode of The Eye Podcast, we speak with fitness and lifestyle coach Allison McKail. Her and I go way back when we were both Art Majors attending Valdosta State University. We've kept in touch ever since and her journey to where she is now is something I'm really happy to share with everyone. She now owns her own coaching business and works one on one with clients to establish better fitness / lifestyle goals.Website: https://www.allisonmckail.comIG: allisonmckail
97 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
Matt Stith - Capturing A Movement
Monday tune in to the show for our episode with Matthew Stith‼️⚽️🎙👁 We talk photography, his personal brand Dem Juans, and the Black Lives Matter movement while in the MLS bubble ✊🏿Website: https://www.matthewstith.comIG: https://www.instagram.com/bystith/
21 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
Check In EP1: Host Introduction And Why "The Eye Podcast"?
I thought I would come on and introduce myself for those who were wondering who the guy in the backwards cap is. I give a small introduction as well as some background into my career as a photographer. I also explain why the show is called "The Eye Podcast" and why I changed up the format this go around.
114 minutes | Dec 14, 2020
Shanna Lockwood - Pushing Through the Chaos
In this episode, I'm talking with Shanna Lockwood of Auburn University Athletics. The pandemic has been pushing a lot of us to our limits which Shanna and I discuss. We also make some connections between aviation and photography somehow. IG: @shannalo http://shannalockwood.com
80 minutes | Dec 7, 2020
Hope and Wade King - Getting Creative with Education
This episode we have Hope and Wade King of Get Your Teach On. Get Your Teach On is a platform Hope and Wade started to push the envelope of the educational experience. They have thousands of teachers tune in to their online and in-person conferences every year. https://www.getyourteachon.comInsta:@heyhopeking@heywadeking@getyourteachon
52 minutes | Dec 4, 2020
Guided Meditation 1 : Awareness - with Emily Ashton of Mind Body Soul Movement
Welcome to our first of many guided meditation episodes!We're happy to have Emily Ashton of Mind Body Soul Movement on the show. Ash is a certified Yoga and Meditation instructor based in Atlanta. We start off the episode with Ashton talking about her background and what got her into her current career. Afterwards, we dive into an amazing guided meditation around Awareness. Awareness is huge tool for creative individuals. But when we aren't creating, we tend to forget we have this tool to help with our everyday life. https://www.thembsmvmt.com for more information on what Ash is up to and please follow her on Insta @thembsmvmt
112 minutes | Nov 30, 2020
Zach Wolfe - Pivoting 20 Years In
Zach is an acclaimed Photographer and Cinematographer with over 20 years of experience behind the camera. His keen eye, nimble approach and creative dexterity allow him to seamlessly work across genres and mediums. Zach came up with the rise of Southern hip-hop, chronicling the movement and personalities of the industry's heaviest hitters, including Andre 300, Three Six Mafia, Lil Wayne, Big Boi, T.I. and Birdman. His iconic work in this space and knowledge of urban culture quickly translated to the sports world, with successful campaigns for EA Sports, the Atlanta Hawks, SLAM Magazine and Michael Phelps for Krave, among others. As a Director and DP, he has shot the award-winning documentaries Dust & Dirt and Better Man, and most recently the feature film Whisper to the Thunder. Zach’s work has been featured and recognized by multiple film festivals including Slamdance and the American Documentary Film Festival. He has been profiled by Billboard, Adobe Create, FADER and The Source.IG: @zachwolfe
56 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Portfolio Review 1: Cassidy Paxton of Liberty Athletics
This is the episode of our new Portfolio Review series. We have Cassidy Paxton from Liberty Athletics on to discuss her recent work and ways for her to improve moving forward.
104 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
Jon Willey - It's Time To Talk About Mental Health
Welcome to a new season on The Eye Podcast!Our first guest is Jon Willey, VP, CONTENT, STRATEGY & CREATIVE / DIRECTOR OF FUN for BETR. His podcast "Creative AF" is a podcast focused on tackling the stigma of mental health in the creative industry. His podcast is inspiring a new conversation to an old problem of approaching mental health in the creative industry.https://www.livebetr.com
64 minutes | May 17, 2020
Ray Jones - The Power of Adapting
Welcome to another episode of The Eye Podcast. In this episode we talk with Atlanta based photographer Ray Jones. Ray has worked with publications like Rolling Stone Magazine, The New York Times, and Atlanta Magazine and is represented by Redux Pictures. We talk about how he transitioned from college to working at the New York Times as well as the work he does in the community with ATL Photo Night alongside Kevin Liles, our previous guest. Please subscribe to where ever you may be listening from and follow us on Instagram at @the_eye_podcastPortfolio: https://www.raymjones.comInsta: @raymondmccrea ATL Photo Night website: https://www.atlphotonight.com/details-projectInsta: @atlphotonight
61 minutes | May 10, 2020
Episode 9: Shawn Hubbard - Having a Professional Mindset
Welcome to The Eye Podcast! In this episode we take with Shawn Hubbard. Shawn is a widely talented commercial and sports photographer based in Baltimore, MD. His career began shooting local school portraits and youth action sports in the Baltimore area. A chance encounter brought him into the professional sports space. He's photographed multiple Super Bowl's and has created some of of the most breath taking photos of Baltimore Ravens players like Lamar Jackson and Mark Ingram II.Portfolio: https://www.shawnhubbardphoto.comInstagram: @shawn_hubbard
66 minutes | May 3, 2020
Episode 8: Taylor Ballantyne - Becoming a Chameleon
In this episode of The Eye Podcast, we have some laughs with photographer and film maker Taylor Ballantyne. Taylor started her pursuit at the age of 14 years old and is now shooting some of the biggest names in sports and fashion. As you'll hear and see (if you watch our YouTube version of this episode), Taylor has an amazing personality that helps her become almost like a chameleon when it comes to photographing her subjects. Please subscribe and leave some feedback about what you took away form this episode.https://www.taylorballantyne.com for Taylor's portfolio.Instagram: @taylorbphoto
72 minutes | Apr 26, 2020
Episode 7: Rob Tringali - Being Professionally Authentic
Interview with professional sports photographer Rob Tringali. Rob has been in the business for 30+ years, shooting just about every major sporting event there is from the Super Bowl, Olympics, World Series, etc. This is the first episode we have recorded video for and can't wait to continue this moving forward.Youtube Link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Msc-YOdmx7ERob Tringali's Website: https://www.robtringali.com/portfolioInstagram: @robtringali
54 minutes | Feb 28, 2020
Episode 6: Scott Fuller - You Can Overcome Anything
Scott Fuller, Owner of Studio Temporary in Atlanta, GA.
47 minutes | Feb 15, 2020
Episode 5: Shirley Zhang - Staying Flexible in Today's Creative World
Shirley Zhang, VP of Brand Creative for the Atlanta Hawks.
47 minutes | Jan 31, 2020
Episode 4: Danny Ghitis - Creative Coaching and Mindset
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