Photography can be a life-long pursuit that takes many shapes, sizes, and paths. On today's podcast episode, we explore the path of David Southern, a photographer living on the coast of northeast United Kingdom. David's voyage of discovery through photography started a long time ago on a trip to Chile and through a career in Information Technology with the World Wildlife Fund. Ever since I saw the images he submitted in the Natural Landscape Photography Awards, I knew David Southern would make for an interesting guest here on the podcast.
On this week's episode, we discuss:
- David's photography journey - a voyage of discovery.
- David's adventures into South America.
- How David balanced his career in IT and his passion for photography.
- How David transitioned into doing photography full-time.
- Exploring themes in David's work.
- And a lot more!
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Over on Patreon, David and I have a discussion about the nuts and bolts of how he is able to get into the zone to make personally meaningful work on the coast close to home - so if you're not supporting the podcast on Patreon, and this topic is of interest to you, you might want to check it out. For just $5/mo, you can support the podcast on Patreon and gain access to hundreds of hours of bonus content.
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Scroll down to see more of David's excellent photographs!