In this debut episode of Deep Natter, Sean Tucker and I are talking about long-term projects and curating our own work. Each of us have been circling a personal project for years and as luck would have it, coming out of a global pandemic was just the catalyst we needed to stop thinking and start doing. We also talk about the importance of making the things you want to see in the world, rather than worrying about how they might be received by an audience, and Sean shares one of his favorite recent books.

SHOW NOTES
A Guide to the Good Life by William B. Irvine
Happy by Derren Brown
Photo Work by Sasha Wolfe
David Bowie on never playing to the gallery

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Website: http://seantucker.photography
Twitter: @seantuck
Instagram: @seantuck
YouTube: Sean Tucker

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MUSIC
High Line by Duffmusiq

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