Matt Payne Photography Blog: Remembering Jack Curran - A Panel Conversation On The F-Stop Collaborate And Listen Podcast - October 28, 2020

Welcome to episode 184 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast.

This week on the podcast, I invited several past guests to join me in honoring the life and photography of another former guest, Jack Curran.

Jack passed away on September 24, 2020 and his black and white photography was an inspiration to many photographers; however, he was more than a photographer to so many - he was a generous, thoughtful, funny, and caring soul who helped so many others in life. He was also an early supporter of this podcast and was one of the most generous people I've met in our community.

For this panel episode, our panelists and I shared fond memories of Jack and his photography. Our panel includes Jennifer King, John Barclay, Chuck Kimmerle, and Brooks Jensen.

In Jack's obituary, he asked for donations to the following charities:Trout Unlimited, Harris House Treatment and Recovery Center, and International Photography Hall of Fame.

I hope you enjoy our conversation.

In honor of Jack, what will you do to help out a fellow photographer? I'd love to hear about your commitment on Instagram.

As always, I appreciate any support you can provide to the show over on Patreon.


Other items mentioned on the show:

1. Photography for the Fight Against Breast Cancer.


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Please find a transcript of this week's episode below: