Episodes

Episode 5 - Joe, 2017

What happens when seemingly everyday sounds, like the voices of loved ones in the kitchen, become cherished treasures? As the weather is increasingly on our minds, I am bringing you an episode I began putting together back in August of 2020 as the pandemic was gripping the country. It’s a sort of scrap book of seemingly prosaic sounds that I collected on a trip we took after Hurricane Isais knocked out power to our home in Connecticut.

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Episode 4 - Steeplechase Pier, 1991

When the weather gets warm, it always reminds me of Summers past. Some of those memories feel like a lifetime ago.

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Episode 3 - Batouly, 2020

I met Batouly Camara two years ago on the campus of the University of Connecticut. In this episode, the activist, entrepreneur and former UConn Basketball player, reflects on her life and faith and how it has led her to become a leader who empowers girls through basketball and sports.

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Episode 2 - Mckensi and Patrick, 2021

Years ago, I started photographing with a large wooden 8 by 10 view camera. It's basically a big camera on a tripod.

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Episode 1 - Russ, 2016

Welcome to PhotoPhonica! A new podcast that explores the sound behind photographs. I would call myself a people photographer and a visual storyteller.

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