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Process Driven

Process Driven

Deep-dive conversations with creators from a wide range of disciplines to talk not only about what and how, but also why. Click the button below to listen to one of my favorite episodes.

Deep Natter

Deep Natter

Purposeful conversations with Sean Tucker that explore the philosophical and practical sides of creativity and making. Click the button below to listen to one of my favorite episodes.

Iterations

Iterations

Solo observations and reflections, mostly around visual arts and creativity — my inner monologue caught on tape. Click the button below to listen to one of my favorite episodes.

Process Driven 07: Dan Winters
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Process Driven 07: Dan Winters

A few months ago, I attended a talk that Dan Winters gave at the Smithsonian and one of the things that struck me straight away was the language he used to describe his relationship to his work. I’ve been
Process Driven 06: Ben Thomas
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Process Driven 06: Ben Thomas

In 1976, William Eggleston opened his first color show at MoMA, the reviews were fairly polarized. To some of the art establishment, color photography was for snapshots and not to be taken seriously and black and white was the only true
Process Driven 05: Gregory Crewdson
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Process Driven 05: Gregory Crewdson

I can’t tell you what the first photograph that I ever saw by Gregory Crewdson was, but I do remember very clearly how it made me feel — how I connected to this world. Unlike any other photographer I can
Process Driven 04: Sam Faulkner
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Process Driven 04: Sam Faulkner

“I became more and more interested in…the idea of photography. Not the technique of photography, but the idea of what photography is about and the role photography plays in our visual understanding of situations or issue or an event.”
Process Driven 03: David duChemin
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Process Driven 03: David duChemin

In 2009, when photographer David duChemin released his first book Within The Frame, the former comedian had no idea what adding author to his resume would do to his career trajectory, saying “I think sometimes other people can peg that about
Process Driven 02: Dalton Campbell
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Process Driven 02: Dalton Campbell

After his business imploded, Dalton Campbell decided he needed a change. He sold everything he owned, packed a single backpack of clothes and essentials, grabbed his camera and left for Europe without any sort of agenda, other than to take
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