Archive for category: Interviews with Photo Editors

10 minutes with Laurie Kratochvil

10 minutes with Laurie Kratochvil

Do you remember when you first became interested in photography? My mom had magazines around the house when I was younger and I really preferred them over books at the time. In high school I worked part time at Road and Track filing and running errands in California and really […]

10 minutes with David Cicconi

10 minutes with David Cicconi

When did you first become interested in photography? My father, who first gave me the travel bug by taking me on some great trips starting at a fairly young age (around 12), was very into the pictures that he took on these vacations. He still has some of them framed […]

Sacha Lecca photographed by Michelle Molloy

10 minutes with Sacha Lecca

When did you first become interested in photography? It’s a family business. I was around twelve years old when father, a photography enthusiast, went pro and he passed down to me his Nikon FM, then later a Canonet Q17. Shortly after that I was processing and printing my own work […]

10 minutes with Melanie Skrzek

10 minutes with Melanie Skrzek

When did you first become interested in photography? Well, when I was around 8 or 9 years old in the late ’60s, I became obsessed with Vogue and later Harper’s Bazaar. At the time I thought I might be either a fashion editor or designer.  And I pretty much soaked […]

10 minutes with Jasmine DeFoore

10 minutes with Jasmine DeFoore

Can you tell me how you first became involved in photography? I studied photojournalism at the University of Texas at Austin. I think photojournalism was my 3rd major, after dabbling in geology (apparently you have to be really good at math to be a geologist) and English. I was interested in photojournalism […]