Walking with Photographer Wesley Verhoeve
You can listen wherever you get your podcastsWhen the pandemic forced lockdowns in March 2020, photographer Wesley Verhoeve found himself
Podcast: Photographer Wesley Verhoeve
You can listen to this episode wherever you get your podcasts. Bryan: We all have a unique story about where
Walking to 1 Million Views of the Crescent Kitchen (or How I Discovered the Photographer Percy Loomis Sperr)
The Sky over Astoria, Queens, December 8th, 2016What excites me most about making art is the journey and what we
What is Your Do Not Disturb Strategy?
In this article I share ways I try to find balance between being very online and telling the world to Do Not Disturb, mixed in with some meditative photos of homes from across my projects.
Memories of a Walk in Minneapolis from 2013
Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 24, 2013How many different places have you lived? Back in the early 2000s, Minnesota was the only
Podcast: How long are your walks with Raising Frogs for $$$?
In this week's episode, I review the new photography app Glass, discuss the photobook Raising Frogs for $$$ by Jason Fulford and share my thoughts on the relationship between long walks and time.
What do you consider a long walk?
Los Angeles, 2006I can't remember how long my walks were when I was living in Los Angeles. It's been thirteen
Gathering Time, Gathering Intelligence and 'Raising Frogs for $$$'
The confluence of the Sauk River and Mississippi River, Saint Cloud, MN, August 13, 2021Writer Oliver Burkeman released a new
Interview: Martin Brink on Walking, Photography and Making Art During the Pandemic
Walk 160619 / Copyright Martin BrinkA few years ago when I started to think about the nexus between photography and walking
Walking, Meditation and the Hiatus from Photographs
I was at a dinner party in Brooklyn a few years making my best effort to describe the appeal and