Welcome to episode 215 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen!
This week's guest is Camille Seaman.
Camille was born in 1969 to a Native American father and African American mother. Her photographs have been published in National Geographic Magazine and countless other publications. Her photographs have received many awards including: a National Geographic Award, 2006; and the Critical Mass Top Monograph Award, 2007. She is a TED Senior Fellow as well as a Stanford Knight Fellow. I was so fortunate to be able to get Camille onto the podcast to have a rich conversation.
Camille and I cover a wide range of topics this week, including:
- How her unique upbringing as a Native American and African American influenced her photographic perspective.
- What challenges and or benefits has her race and gender played in her photographic career.
- How she became a photographer of the polar regions of planet earth.
- What aspiring photographers should do to make stronger work.
- Why the language we use that relates to photography is important.
- How the industry can change the status-quo of white male dominance.
- And lots more.
Be sure to scroll down to see all of Camille's amazing photographs!
Here's who Camille recommended for the podcast this week:
Other items mentioned on the show:
4. Camille's Instagram.
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