Last May, I was interviewed by All Through a Lens, a podcast dedicated to film photography hosted by Eric and Vania. Both are photographers based on the West Coast with very different styles; Vania is a self proclaimed Beach Alien who focuses on surfing and beautiful ocean scenes, while Eric uses 100 year old cameras and expired film to capture gorgeous views of the desert.
We discussed my photographic style and what it's like as a small-town-turned-city-girl visiting rural communities across Texas. We also talked at length about why I prefer to keep my photos devoid of humans and why I made the choice to move away from shooting professional-grade films and start using grocery store emulsions, like Fuji 200 or Kodak Gold.
To wrap 2020, All Through a Lens invited previous guests to call in and reflect on the year and how it shaped their photography. I'm excited to have been included and share plans for an upcoming zine showing Polaroid images taken on my recent trip along the border of Mexico in far West Texas. I can't give away all the details just yet, so stay tuned!
Give the podcast a listen by using the player at the top of the page. I come on at the 48 minute mark, but I encourage you to listen to the entire episode to hear from other talented film photographers. You can also find this episode and more by subscribing to All Through a Lens on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.