Rio de Janeiro February 1st-7th, Rio de Janeiro. Just the name alone conjures up imagery. Spectacular location geographically and the place of beauty and passion and danger and well yes, a physical and psychological Shakespearian stage of life.
Gulf Photo Plus has brought us together again. Well Joe, I know some things about you. I know you are great at lighting. I know you like to stand up on top of tall buildings!!
I know you are a great guy. It was accidental, as these things happen.
I knew I wanted to be a journalist and so when I was in school I was literally forced to take a photography class in addition to my writing classes.
It was called a Beauty Light 3 and I did a couple of classes, and it worked for me. In conjunction with your writing? Was it going to be supplemental to your writing?
Oh, that would be an education! You know, Pete Hamill was writing at the time. That was back when journalism was journalism. Yeah, it was pretty gritty back then. Well okay, did you work for a newspaper? Did you shoot pictures for a newspaper after that?
Well, I got fired by the Daily News three years in. I was a studio apprentice. And I learned a lot about the business.
There was a great New York press photographer name Danny Farrell who took me under his wing. Danny is a great man. He is 82 now…I just did his portrait.
That became kind of a full time gig for about two years. How old are you are that point? And then, all of a sudden, I got this offer of the strangest job you can imagine.
And that was what introduced me to the world of color and light, because I had been a straight up black and white street shooter prior to that, and my boss at ABC looked at me and said: So thankfully, it was a job that routinely expected failure, and I routinely delivered.
Or shooting Monday night football. You had to do both. Now these pictures are going as publicity pictures? Publicity pictures, releases to magazines, covers of television magazines, you name it. So it was fast paced, and it really got my feet under me in terms of color.“I was attending a workshop with Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey in Brooklyn in when I started my 'Daughters of the King' project,” she says.
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Rather than shoot pictures all over what was known as the Berkeley ghetto in Norfolk, we decided to do a photo essay with one cooperative family. James Liggins and his wife. Jan 17, · Photo magazine, Edition 38, June-July The streets are his homework.
Everyday life is his inspiration. The way both communicate to his camera became his legacy. See original published interview (Portuguese) /See English Translation heartoftexashop.com