Welcome to episode 236 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen!
This week on the podcast I was joined by Talor Stone - a PhD researcher and photographer based in Pensacola, Florida. After serving as a federal agent for the United States military, Talor broke from the traditional career path to pursue photography. In this episode, Talor starts off by sharing a very personal and emotional story about her start as a photographer, and I am so thankful she opened up and shared that with us, as it really provides excellent context and inspiration.
On the podcast this week, we also discuss:
- How to break into the field as a full-time professional,
- The challenges and rewards of being a full-time photographer,
- Talor's research on climate change,
- Reconciling our impacts on climate while engaging in this profession / hobby,
- And a lot more!
Here's who Talor recommended for the podcast this week:
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Please find a transcript of this week's episode below: