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Michael Massaia

April 18, 2011

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Interview with Michael Massaia 1. How about the basics, what led to photography and printmaking? Did you receive any formal training?   I did not receive any formal training.  I never went to college (I technically did not graduate high school).  I’m completely self-taught. 2. I was only introduced to platinum processing within the last […]

Jessica Skloven by Keristin Gaber

April 4, 2011

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KG: What initially interested you in photography? JS: I was initially drawn to photography when I was about 15 or 16 in  Black and White Photo Class. I loved painting and drawing and had taken High School courses and extracurricular classes in those subjects. I was really fascinated by the immediacy and magic involved with […]

Eileen Cowin by Rachel Kotkoskie

March 30, 2011

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  RK: I am particularly drawn to your art because I feel like it speaks of some of the issues I think about in my work and life, such as relationships, time and reality verses fiction, especially in the Family Docudrama series and I See What You Are Saying series.  Would you say that there […]

Erika Larsen by Haley Richter

March 28, 2011

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HR What made you interested in taking photographs of nature and these lifestyles and how did you first go about it? EL I have always had a strong connection to the natural world and it is the place where I have always felt the most alive. My interest is in people connected to the natural […]

Trenton Doyle Hancock by Josh Carlevato

March 28, 2011

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JC- The main thing that I can relate with your work is the illustrative style and use of graphic and comic style objects and figures.  I wondered if you ever had to deal with people viewing your work more in the sense of illustration rather than seeing your ideas and intent with-in the piece? TDH- […]

Jim Snitzer by Annie Zimmerman

February 26, 2011

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Q: First off, I’d like to discuss the ideas that started these kinds of simulated landscapes. From the sparse amount of information I could find (and hear) about you, I know of two interests that have been with you since the beginning of your career. Could you explain the origin of your interest in Yosemite […]

C. Owen Lavoie by Molly Dwyer

February 26, 2011

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Molly Dwyer Tyler School of Art of Temple University in Philadelphia: an interview with C. Owen Lavoie 1. Tell me about your start with photography. What led you to get your BFA? My interest with photography started when I took a class in high school. It was my very first pinhole camera that blew me away, […]