Emily Pazur is a music and portrait photographer currently based in North Carolina. She's had the amazing opportunity to photography acts such as Twenty One Pilots, Lorde and numerous amounts of other bands. In this interview she tells us about her early exposure to photography, her love for using mostly film rather than digital photography, why and when she started shooting concerts and her plans on becoming a full time music and entertainment photographer.
Her website: www.emilypazur.com
Hey guys, we made to the end of 2018! So to end the year we wanted to do a recap of the year by talking about our favorite moments and inform you on our plans for 2019. Thank you for sticking with us as we go into our 3rd year as a podcast! We can't want for you guys to see what were planning. See you next year!
Josef Pitts is a portrait and street photographer currently based in Sumter, SC. He found his passion for photography while studying retail and fashion in college. In this interview. He discusses how Tumblr, Hypebeast and Instagram fueled his interest in the visual arts, why he loves using the streets as his canvas and how he overcomes roadblocks on his journey to becoming a successful creative.
Tanner Messer is a fine art photographer currently based in Greensboro, North Carolina. In this interview he talks about getting a polaroid camera from his mother when he was a kid, his art residency experience in Florida, and finding his own identity through his endeavors with photography.
Jordan Hernandez is a writer currently living in Portland, Oregon. In this interview she talks about getting into writing by reading lots of books as a kid, embarking on a life changing trip to Africa that confirmed what she wanted to do with her life, moving to Portland and how she's had the opportunity to write for publications such as The Huffington Post, Hearth, and About Face Magazine.
Brian Morgante is a graphic designer and owner of Flesh and Bone design in Erie, Pennsylvania. In this interview he tells us about jumping into design to cut out the middle man with merch designs for a band he was touring with, learning design on his own, and the personal projects he’s working on.
Róisín Bryson is a theater director and photographer currently based in Edinburgh, Scotland. Originally from Ireland she ventured to Scotland to study drama. In this interview she tells us about auditioning for her play at 13, growing up in a creative household and her love for working with people to bring her ideas to life.
Corrie Beck is a visual artist in Winston Salem, North Carolina. In this interview she tells us about creating for as long as she could hold a utensil, having the support from her family from the start, getting into her first art market at the age of 13, and what influences all the work she makes.
Anna Sullivan is the founder of the creative exchange, which is an incredible creative agency out Brooklyn, New York. In this interview she talks about her time at University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the ins and outs of running with a creative agency, and why she hit the road to New York.
A PLATFORM FOR CREATIVES
Free Pizza is a platform celebrating the lives of various creatives around the globe. Through in-depth written and verbal interviews, we learn and embrace the journeys of each individual and dive into how they’re changing the world around them.