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Episode 120: @timbuz – An inspirational conversation with Adorama’s “Through the Lens” series creator Sal D’Alia

Sal D’Alia is the Senior Video Director/Producer at Adorama in NYC. He has worked for Citroen, Nike, Food Network, Glamour, GQ, NY Giants, Bravo, Berman Braum, Sony, DanceOn, Warner Sound, Ultra Records, and John Varvatos. He’s a pioneer of the YouTube’s original content and his online work can be quantified in 80+ million views.



Episode 119: @brandenharvey – Changing the world with Good News with Branden Harvey

Branden Harvey is a professional photographer and storyteller based in Nashville, Tennessee. He has become a leader in the world of online storytelling and uses his unique position to help brands, organizations, dreamers and doers tell their story better. Within the last year, Branden has created several outlets to spread good news to the world through his podcast, Sounds Good along with a Good Newsletter, and most recently – the Good Newspaper. You can find Branden on Instagram @brandenharvey.




Daily 090: @themidge00 – Depth of field

Abby Erwin is a certified and licensed Occupational Therapy Assistant from Cincinnati. Over the last few years, IG has given her the opportunity to experiment with her photography skills while engaging with the Cincinnati photography community. She runs the local Cincinnati IG account- Igerscincinnati which features Cincinnati area Instagram users. She also hosts photo walks, or cinstameets where local IG users meet and snap pictures along the way of a designated route.

Daily 089: @kevincortopassi – Considering your subject

Kevin Cortopassi is an amateur photographer from Sacramento, California. Although he has lived in the area his whole life and been doing photography for almost 10 years, he fell into a new-found love with the Downtown and Midtown Sacramento area instantly after hanging out down there. Kevin loves to find “the found object” as Ansel Adams put it, the beautiful everyday sights that people walk past without noticing.

Daily 088: @mattmurawinski – Finding the small details

Matt is a production assistant at CNN who’s trying to fit photojournalist into his repertoire. He loves to see new places through the viewfinder of his camera and will never turn down an adventure. He’s always experimenting and always learning, both with photography and also with life.

Episode 118: @marywyarphoto – The basics of branding your photography business with Mary Wyar

Mary Wyar is a professional photographer, Wife, and Mother based out of Northwest Ohio. While Mary’s business focuses primarily on Weddings, she also photographs boudoir and family portraits.

Visit www.marywyarphotography.com/mentoring to setup some time to chat with Mary about your business! Mention this episode and get $100 off!



Daily 085: @juluminate – Capturing the city at night

Pam Julian is a single parent who balances a rewarding career in sport management. A part-time photographer, she has found Instagram to be a fantastic medium for not just sharing her work, but for connecting her to so many people around the world. A moderator for two large Instagram feature accounts, she not finds daily inspiration through curating but also finds it incredibly rewarding to share the work of others on these accounts.

Daily 084: @rusticlensphotography – Documenting the western US

Evan Jones is a restaurant owner with a passion for photography. His favorite subjects are old mining towns, homesteads, and landscapes of the Northwest United States. Basically anything old, rusty and crusty catches his eye. He loves to explore and he writes a blog about his adventures at www.rusticlens.com.