Photographer, Educator, Tech Maven, and Entrepreneur, Nate is passionate about empowering others do more of what they love. He founded StickyAlbums.com in 2012 to let all photographers easily create custom branded mobile apps for each of their clients, grow their word-of-mouth referrals. Now, the launch of StickyAPPS strengthens his commitment to helping all photographers build stronger businesses with more customers and recurring revenue they can count on all year long.
Graeme Murray is a commercial, advertising and adventure photographer who's clients include Red Bull, Adidas and AIG. He talks about how we shouldn't romanticize our photography and really make it a business. See his portfolio at www.graememurray.com
Diana Zalucky is an advertising photographer who focuses on food, lifestyle and travel. She talks about how marketing is about getting your self out there for the future benefit. See her website at www.dianazalucky.com
Heather Perry is an editorial and commercial photographer who has worked with National Geographic and Sony. In the podcast she talks about how she started in underwater photography. She has been a swimmer since 8 years old and has a marine biology background as well. See her website at
Jessica Glynn is an interior design photographer and has worked for clients such as The Wall Street Journal and Behr Paint. She talks in the podcast about how a photographer needs multiple sets of gear to be protected. See her website at www.jessicaglynn.com
Ben Turner is a Texas based web developer and internet marketer specializing in helping small businesses meet their goals. With 18 years web design and marketing experience, Ben translates the client’s vision into clean, striking visuals that reinforces a company’s brand.
Kristina Gill is a food and drink editor for design sponge and a freelance photographer based in Rome Italy. She talks about her new cookbook which showcases Roman Cuisine. See her portfolio at www.kristinagill.com
Jeff Ludes is an automotive photographer who has worked with clients like Honda, Cadillac and Mercedes Benz. He also does seamless compositing. In the podcast he talks about how to properly price an automotive shoot. See his website at www.jeffludes.com
James Dawe is an image maker who combines photography with his art. He talks about how guerrilla marketing can have a huge effect in your business. See his works at www.jamesdawe.co.uk
Gary John Norman is a commercial-lifestyle photographer who has transitioned from stills to video. Check his portfolio at www.garyjohnnorman.com
Pat Molnar is a lifestyle and portrait photographer and has done work for clients such as The Marine Corps and Wells Fargo. He talks in the podcast about how to manage a huge budget shoot by delegating. See his portfolio at www.patmolnar.com
Jean Cazals is based in London and photographs anything that is connected with food. He has shot over 80 books. He talks in the podcast about how a cookbook shoot can be like a marathon. Check his photos at www.jean-cazals.co.uk
Martin Mischkulnig is a photographer was based in Australia before he moved to Austria and met his wife. He talks about how it is humbling to start over from scratch even if you have already seen success. In this interview Martin talks about some very unique marketing ideas. See his works at www.martinmischkulnig.com
Sean Busher is a conceptual advertising photographer. In his photography he incorporates a lot of CGI which gives him an advantage above others. He talks about how he and his teammate Peter worked their way to a type of photography where your imagination is the only limitation. See his website at www.seanbusher.com
Javier Lovera is a fashion editorial photographer who's client list includes The Globe and Fashion Magazine. He talks in the podcast how his career start was sparked with just one job from a client. He also talks about the importance of concentrating your efforts. Check out his website at www.javierlovera.com
Leah is a native Bostonian who found her love of photography in high school. She found herself in the deep South studying marketing at Emory University and photography at the Portfolio Center School of Art and Design. www.leahperryphotography.com
We are moving to 1 time per week. Episodes will be release every TUESDAY.
Jan von Holleben’s work has been exhibited internationally and published widely throughout the world. He talks in the podcast about how he never wanted to be a photographer at the start. See his portfolio at www.janvonholleben.com
Fredrik Clement focuses on sports, people, outdoor and reportage photography. For the last ten years he has travelled extensively, shooting stills and film for editorial and advertising clients worldwide. He also finds the time to work on personal projects. He is based in Copenhagen where he lives with his wife and their two children.
For Fredrik, sports and photography are parallel beings. His fascination with the world of sports, and how athletes keep striving for perfection, is mirrored...
Christopher Shane is a native of Northern California and grew up with a passion for the outdoors and food. He moved to the south at the age of 17 and began his journey as a freelance photographer in 2007. He still loves the outdoors and takes photographs any chance he gets. He never passes up a chance to try something new and spends most of his free time with family, friends and cooking. See his website at www.christophershane.com
Hollis Bennett is an award winning photographer based in Nashville Tennessee. Originally from Knoxville, he has lived on 3 coasts (E, W, and Alaska). He specializes in real people doing real things. His style carries over from editorial to advertising and he loves to tell stories any way he can. See his website at www.hollisbennett.com
Paul Barshon is an automotive photographer who's clients include Toyota, Ashton Martin and Lexus. He talks about how specific shooting angles are intensely important in car photography and how he loves to teach people who are interested to join the industry. See his website at www.paulbarshon.com
Roger Mastroianni is a location, industrial and health care photographer. He talks about how sometimes he has needed to set up accidents for photo shoots instead of waiting for them to happen. See his work at www.rogermastroianni.com