Wednesday, August 20, 2014

My Radio Interview on Time Out with Phillip Silverstone

Yeah, I know. I know. I haven't posted that many pictures lately. My D700 is still in the shop (just got billed, so hopefully it's coming home soon), and I've been furiously attempting to finish a draft of my book, Street Style Anthropology (due to the publisher, Bloomsbury, on January 1) before classes start at Drexel at the end of September. But more pictures are coming. And soon. Lots of them. Tomorrow night I'll be shooting crowds of the white-clad and wistful at DÎner en Blanc for Racked Philly (I rented a camera, if you were wondering). I'll post some of the photos Racked doesn't use here. At the end of the month, I'll be shooting the Budweiser Made in America festival for them as well. And then, of course, a few days after that is the start of Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week.  So look out. Images are on their way.

In the meantime, following a couple of recent article mentions, first in Drexel Magazine and then in The Guardian (!), I've been on something of an accidental media blitz lately. As part of that, a week or so ago I recorded a radio interview with Phillip Silverstone for his TuneIn Radio program Time Out with Phillip Silverstone. We talked street fashion and the history of street photography. It was fun, and my first ever radio interview. I had no idea I sounded so white and professor-y. Oh well. We can't escape who we are. The interview starts at the 1:07:20 mark. 

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