In this Micro-Sode Teresa talks to none other than The Last Picture podcast co-host, Kristy Walker, about her music photography. They talk mostly about her recently unveiled love for music photography and some of her work in the local San Diego Music Scene. Kristy started her career as a photojournalist and has weaved down many different trails of professional photography landing now on lifestyle, branding, editorial, portrait, and music photography.
Kristy and Teresa sit down for a conversation with commercial photographer, Jay Reilly. Jay thrives in the competitive photographic industry by producing authentic imagery for his clients along with utilizing intuitive business and marketing skills. In this episode, they discuss Jay’s approach to shooting and business, what he likes to shoot and achieve in his images and how cool and beautiful his work is.
Rowley is the co-creator of A Red Trolley Show, where he films bands playing live on the iconic San Diego public transportation, and the co-founder of the music, travel and lifestyle company, Rowlbertos Media. Kristy and Teresa talk with him about about his work that started with passion for the music world and in local radio. They also hit on some great behind the scene moments including working with a camel and his passion for burritos.
Conceptual Photographer, Weston Fuller, talks with Teresa and Kristy about creating his art with photography and his latest series that went viral "Plastic Surf". They talk about how this beautiful photo series has a powerful environmental and social message as well as the process involved creating it.
Cinematographer of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi", Steve Yedlin, talks with Kristy and Teresa about working on the movie, working with director Rian Johnson, and his approach to making movies. Steve has worked as the Director of Photography on many major motion pictures, including "Carrie", "Looper", "The Brothers Bloom", "Love and other Impossible Pursuits", and "Brick". He talks about some behind the scene moments deciding how to light scenes in "The Last Jedi" as well as how he found out that he got the gig shooting Star Wars.