The first leg of my excursion to Africa took me to Botswana; specifically Makgadikgadi Pans National Park. Although this location doesn’t feature the wildlife that everyone might expect from a trip to Africa, the bold and curious meerkat in the area came out to mug for the camera. We took to the air via helicopter to capture the vast, beautiful landscape from the sky, and visited a remote landmark revered by the local San bushmen.
Episode 4 of Where’s Art is here! This one is a little longer than previous installments, with more insight and photographs from my most recent trip to Alaska’s Glacier Bay National Park. I’ve been coming here for so long that it’s difficult to pare down my thoughts on this location and the way it feels to be back. Glacier Bay is a trip I look forward to making every year – so much so that we plan them well in advance. Click here for more information on how you can join me on my next trip here in 2018.
In case you missed them, you can check out all of the episodes of this segment so far on the Where’s Art section of my multimedia page. We have some exciting new ideas in store for this segment in the future!
Episode 3 of Where’s Art is now up for your viewing pleasure! In case you missed them, you can check out all of the episodes of this segment so far on the Where’s Art section of my multimedia page. We have some exciting new ideas in store for this segment in the future!
This time around, I was on location in California visiting the Point Reyes National Seashore. I like to make this trip whenever I’m in the San Francisco area. There is such an array of wildlife – from bobcats to a variety of birds – it’s hard to come away unsatisfied. Special thanks to Daniel Dietrich for being my field guide during this trip!
Episode 1 was a huge success, thanks to everyone who watched, and left comments! This time around I was in Astoria, Oregon teaching my Abstract Astoria workshop. You’ll have to excuse the audio quality, as I recorded in a bunker – but for good reason! Check out the video to find out more!
If you’ve been contemplating attending my full-day Photography As Art seminar in a city near you in 2017 and would like to know more about it, my podcast with Rick Sammon is sure to give you the insight and motivation you need to sign up! We are now less than two weeks away from my next appearance, this time in Atlanta.
Take a listen, and then sign up to join me in one of the following cities!
March 11th – Seattle WA (deluxe edition with special meet and greet at my home the evening prior to the seminar!)
And if you’re looking for more great podcasts with me, check out this recent interview with Skip Cohen.
I was recently invited to join a podcast with Jim Harmer and Nick Page from improvephotography.com. We covered a range of topics from learning to use fine art principles to serve as an entry point into shooting subjects and locations, to how to get noticed and market yourself using today’s technologies, while still staying true to yourself as an artist and creator.
If the podcast inspires you and you live in the Texas area, sign-ups are still available in Austin this weekend for the presentation of my Photography As Art seminar, where I dive much deeper into many of the topics we touch on in the podcast. Check out our events page to see if PAA is coming to a location near you in 2017!
I recently recorded a lengthy interview with Ibarionex Perello of the Candid Frame. Listen here.
We often get asked about the music that is featured in Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge episodes. Here is a list of composers and musicians featured in Antarctica and the Falkland Islands. Many of them don’t have websites, but you can find their music on various internet music sites.
David O’Brien & Gareth Johnson
Olivier Andres, Olivier Delevingne & Christian Seguret
Marcus David & Jonathan Hodgson Sharp
John Epping, Jeff Newmann & Benjamin Starnberg
Alexis Alexander Ffrench
Paul Bernard Jefferies, Luke Phillip & Big A
Eric Caspar & Laurent Juillet
Here is a list of composers and musicians featured in Japan: Hokkaido and Honshu. Many of them don’t have websites, but you can find their music on various internet music sites.
We often get asked about the music that is featured in Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge episodes. We have found a treasure trove of information!
Here is a list of composers and musicians featured in Australia: Arnhemland and the Kimberley. Many of them don’t have websites, but you can find their music on various internet music sites.
Colin Francis Bayley & Murray William Burns
Jakko M. Jakszyk
Peter Bento & Stephan Harms
Stephan North & Mark Powell
Robert (Bob) Foster
Tony Maloney & Mike Taylor
Paul Anthony Smith
Tim Juckes & Andrew Peters
Adam Routh & Patrick David Wilson
Graham de Wilde