I'm such a sorry case for a writer that I'm actually stalling the publication of a post on how I haven't written anything in a while! 2011 for Nomadderwhere is a Catch 22 kind of year. If that's not clear, then stick around for the explanation coming whenever I get my act together. In the meantime, my interview with the Black Informant found its way onto the internet for your listening pleasure! Prior to this, I'd never done a radio interview before. I thought for sure my charming stutter would shine through, but it turns out radio is just about the easiest kind of interview there is (aside from letting the publicist type your answers while you're busy getting a pedicure and playing Xbox, so I would imagine).
In this podcast, Duane Brayboy and I discuss:
the genesis of my travel obsession.
how travel transformed my personality, my learning, and the way I expressed myself.
storytelling and the power of descriptive detail with words, photos, or video.
documentary and editorial photography while on the road.
the most meaningful photographs I've ever taken.
impressions of Haiti and the apocalyptic media uproar.
where to next.
I enjoyed chatting with Duane and also hope this little update post whips me back into content cranking gear.
What did you think of the podcast? Now, I didn't do this interview just to hear myself talk. Please do share your own insight on what we discussed: Haiti's media coverage, your own travel obsession genesis, the most meaningful photos you've taken, and anything else.