Episode #42 - Charlie interviews Paul
Released: Thursday 5th July, 2018
On this weeks show we've flipped the tables on our co-host Paul Sanders and HE is being interviewed by the legendary Charlie Waite. Charlie sat down with Paul for a recording to compliment the release of the August 'Digital Camera' magazine which Charlie was the guest editor on. The magazine features some of Charlie's work and locations, plus it has a 10 page feature on our very own Paul and here on the podcast we've got the full audio from that interview.
Hopefully this is a nice way to get to know one of our hosts better with this in-depth interview. Paul talks about his motivations, some of his back-story as picture editor of The Times, his photographic fears and the power of creating solely for yourself.
We'll be back in a couple of weeks time with the editor of Digital Camera magazine Ben Brain. In the meantime please do keep in touch on social media and let us know if you have any events, exhibitions, book launches etc coming up and we'll share them with the listeners.
Episode #41 - with Margaret Soraya
Released: Friday 22nd June, 2018
We catch up with the fantastic Margaret Soraya on the Isle of Lewis up in Scotland. Margaret lives up in the highlands of Scotland and enjoys working in solitude in the beautiful landscape that surrounds her. She has a particular affinity for the coast and small islands and Paul talks to her about this love of the landscape and how it inspires her image making. She is also a very successful wedding photographer and in the interview she talks about how she organises that side of her professional life to create the time for her landscape photography pursuits which are her deep passion. This is a great chat with a photographer who clearly has a real connection to their subject which really shines through in her compelling images. Check out www.margaretsoraya.com for more on Margaret's work.
We also briefly mention the upcoming FotoFest Central even on July 15th (www.fotofest.co.uk) and the 'Evolving Landscapes' exhibition at the Oxo Gallery in London on July 18-22 featuring both Paul and Sam's work among other Light & Land leaders. Check out http://www.oxotower.co.uk/events/light-and-land/ for more info.
The Togcast is hosted by Sam Gregory & Paul Sanders and is kindly supported by WEX Photo Video (https://www.wexphotovideo.com) and Fotospeed (https://www.fotospeed.com).
We'll be back in a couple of weeks time with the editor of Digital Camera magazine Ben Brain. Thanks for listening!
Episode #40 - with Jonathan Chritchley
Released: Thursday 7th June, 2018
We catch up with top professional photographer Jonathan Chritchley to celebrate our 40th episode in style. Jonathan is highly acclaimed for his signature style which features strong graphic elements and beautiful simplicity and minimalism. As well as shooting for top brands including Ralph Lauren, Vogue and Harrods he also runs a highly successful photographic tour company called 'Ocean Capture'. Paul chats with him about his motivations, his shooting style and the importance of good business acumen in today's climate. For more about Jonathan please visit http://www.jonathanchritchley.com
Also in this bumper episode we catch up with Charlie Waite and talk to him about the upcoming 'Evolving Landscapes' exhibition at the Oxo Tower Gallery on London's South Bank. This exhibition is celebrating 25 years of Light & Land (his photographic tour company) and features work from a host of their tour leaders including our very own Sam and Paul. The exhibition runs from July 18th-22nd and entrance is free. Check out http://www.oxotower.co.uk/events/light-and-land/ for more info.
As ever we thank you for listening to the show, we'll be back in two weeks with the landscape photographer Margaret Soraya.
The Togcast is hosted by Sam Gregory (http://www.samgregory-photography.com) and Paul Sanders (http://www.paulsanders.biz). We're eternally grateful to WEX Photo Video and Fotospeed for supporting the show and making it all possible. Check out all our latest news via http://www.thetogcast.com