A Serial Conversationalist
I recorded my first podcast in 2008. I was hooked and have been recording conversations with creative people ever since. Here are links to my shows past and present.
A podcast about creativity and what it means to those who do more than make art.Listen
An audio journal of observations and brief reflections around visual arts and creativity.Listen
On Taking Pictures
Insights for the novice, shop talk for the professional, and opinionated discussion for the interested observer.ListenArchive
The Craft & Vision Podcast
12 episodes exploring process, craft, and creativity with some wonderfully creative people.ListenArchive
“Jeffery can only be described as a true gentleman and ambassador for the arts, in particular the visual arts. I had the personal pleasure of being interviewed by Jeffery and is was a pleasure in every way. His ability to reveal the positive and the passion from his guests is a true talent and one that I would recommend to anyone.”
Karl TaylorPhotographer and Photography Instructor
“Jeffery is one of those rare people who is able to connect with strangers instantly and make them feel like he is an old friend. His natural sense of curiosity is infectious, and the stories he tells are the ones I want to hear.”
“Anyone can ask questions, but the real skill of a talented interviewer is in the relationships. Jeffery has a way of connecting and turning what is so often just a string of unrelated questions into a conversation. His respect and curiosity make him the kind of host I look forward to spending time with.”
David duCheminPhotographer and Author
Get everything. Every show. Every conversation. All in one feed.
Subscribe to everything I do in one feed. You'll get every episode of Process Driven and Iterations, as well as one-off conversations, future shows as they go live, and special feed-only content. Just search for "Jeffery Saddoris Everything" in your favorite podcast app or use the links below.
A Photographic Field Guide
My book Photography by the Letter is available in paperback or as a downloadable PDF so you can get the version that fits your kit.
Get the paperback
The analog version feels as good in the hand as your favorite camera, with margins perfect for jotting down notes and pages you'll dog-ear to visit again and again.
Get the eBook (PDF)
The digital version is viewable on almost any device, from your computer to your tablet to your phone, and the hyperlinks let you quickly click to related terms.