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The Pitched Industries Podcast is a photography podcast that aims to educate and inspire beginner and professional photographers, artists, filmmakers, and designers through having insightful discussions and seeking advice from some of todays most influential creatives. Discover how you can become a better freelancer, sell more of your work, expand you photography business, understand your creative industry better, outreach to brands, deal with feelings of uncertainty, and keep ahead of the c ...
 
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I am stoked to be sharing a conversation I had with the super talented photographer and nomad Michelle Vdjik. Michelle is without a doubt a giant within the fashion photography space. Her photojournalistic style of photography has led her to work with numerous international clients like Savannah Morrow the Label, Authentic Beauty Concept Internatio…
 
I am stoked to be sharing a conversation I had with the extremely talented photographer, athlete, and businessman, Ulrich Grill. Urich is undoubtedly a jack of all trades and a leader within the global photography space. He is an accomplished photographer and athlete as well as founder of the Zoom Productions photo agency, COOPH, and most recently …
 
In this episode, Stephanie and I talk about how Stephanie got to photographing some of the incredible stories she has covered to date, outreaching to editorials, working on side hustles, her creative process, advice for photographers starting out now and so much more. Links discussed in the episode: Stephanies Website: http://stephaniefoden.com/ St…
 
In this episode photographer Krystle and I talk about her proactive approach to finding work in the early days, representing yourself online, ambassadorships and if you should be focusing your energy to get them, understanding that everyone has different paths, insight into working with athletes and within the field, advice for people getting start…
 
I hope you all have had a good last few weeks and I am stoked to be sharing a conversation I had with the amazingly talented photographer, filmmaker and author Ben Moon. If you are at all interested in rock climbing, surfing or portrait photography there's a pretty good chance you have come across some of Ben's work before. Ben's ability and approa…
 
On this episode Beverly, Dereck and I discuss how they got started out in the photography and filmmaking industries, changes they have seen within the industry, how important it is to have an opinion on things happening in our world today, destructive values that governments have about wildlife, talk about the disconnect that younger generations ha…
 
On this episode Zak and I will be talking about how he got into photography, tips and advice for photographers about shooting from the water, transformations he has seen within surf editorials over the past decade, the importance of challenging yourself physically and creatively, how he got to working so closely with brands like RVCA, the story beh…
 
On this episode Ben and I will be talking about the story behind Ben winning image, how important it is to hold onto your best personal work, figuring out what you want from your career, expressing yourself through your work, advice for photographers starting out today and so much more. Links to things discussed in episode: Ben's Website: https://w…
 
In this episode Photographer Lorenz Holder and I will be talking about how he was able to capture the winning images for both the masterpiece and playground category, his creative process, how he is able to brainstorm ideas and pitch them to brands and athletes, mental struggles he has faced in the past, advice he would give photographers starting …
 
On today's episode Photographer Noah Wetzel will be talking you in depth about how he was able to capture his winning image through using a double exposure. We also discuss how he was able to make the transition from doing photography part time to full time, challenges he has faced in the past and so much more. Links Talked About In This Episode: T…
 
On this episode I’ll be talking with the winner of the Innovation Category in the 2019 Red Bull Illume Image Quest Laurence Crossman-Emms! Although Laurence is mainly known for his mountain bike photography his talent spreads into a number of photography genres including landscapes and people. He has been published on the front cover and inside mos…
 
I am stoked to announce that over the next four weeks I will be releasing episodes with some of the winners from last years Red Bull Illume Image Quest winners including, Laurence Crossman-Emms, Lorenz Holder, Noah Wetzel and the overall winner Ben Thouard! In these episodes we discuss how they were able to capture their award winning images, how t…
 
On this episode photographer Austin Siadak talks about how he goes about storytelling and shooting for editorials, how important it is to find a niche within an area you love, his creative process, how working with athletes like Tommy Caldwell and Alex Honnold have impacted his work and life, stories of near death experiences while climbing as so m…
 
On this episode Photographer Phillip Thurston and I talk about how he got into photography, the importance of fine tuning your workflow, pricing and the perceived value of your work, struggles that he has faced in the past, changes he has seen within the photography industry and so much more. Phil's Website: https://www.thurstonphoto.com/ Phil's In…
 
Holidays are a great time to enjoy with the family. For most families, most of that time is spent eating! We've brought back a popular show from last year in which one of our pediatric dietician provided lots of helpful tips on how to eat healthier during the holidays.由Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital
 
On this episode Photographer Adam Ferguson and I talk about how he got into photography, what lead him to document the US lead war in Afghanistan, misconceptions people have about war, how he goes about pitching to publications, changes he has seen within the photography industry, why just being a photographer today isn't enough, his creative proce…
 
On this episode Photographer Warren Keelan and I talk about how he got into photography, the importance of entering photography competitions, what it's like to run a photography gallery, preparing your images for print, his creative process, social media and so much more. Links From This Episode: Warren's Website: https://www.warrenkeelan.com/ Warr…
 
Did you know that sudden cardiac death is the leading cause of death in young athletes during sports? Given this fact, it’s important for student athletes to have a pre-participation physical evaluation (PPE) and EKG or ECG screening to determine their risk for heart and other health conditions that may place them at higher risk of injury, illness …
 
For National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, in this episode, we speak to Dr. Brian Cauff, a pediatric oncologist at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital. Dr. Cauff discusses the treatments for cancer and how the majority of the children with cancer ultimately beat the disease.由Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital
 
On this episode Photographer Todd and I talk about how he approaches his portrait photography, the importance of treating people around you kindly, the impact that people like Kelly Slater has had on his life, photo licencing, oversaturation of particular images, what it was like to photograph the first ever session at Kelly’s Wave Pool, crazy trav…
 
On this episode Photographer Chris Grundy and I talk about the importance of having a well polished website, his editing process, how to make the most of studying photography, assisting other photographers and creatives, some struggles Chris has faced to get to where he is now and so much more. Chris Grundy Website: http://www.chrisgrundyphoto.com/…
 
In this episode, we talk about indirect football injuries such as heat stroke that could prove fatal for student athletes. We discuss such injuries with Dr. Jeremy Frank of Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital. Dr. Frank discusses questions parents should be asking their child's coaches in regards to safety.…
 
On this episode Photographer Dave Sandford and I talk about why taking chances is so important, how he was able to capture his famous Lake Eerie series, his experiences in Antarctica, why you should be making the most of every opportunity you get, the power of a series of work versus a single image and so much more. Dave's Instagram: here Daves Fac…
 
Knox in my opinion would have to have one of the most recognizable styles in Australia. Knox’s work is mainly shot on a combination of 35mm and medium format black and white film that he processes and prints in his small home darkroom. His work mainly revolves around train stations and the streets of sydney and has been featured numerous times in b…
 
In this episode we discuss Sickle Cell Disease. It is a genetic disorder that affects approximately 100k Americans. It’s the most common inherited blood disorder babies are born with and primarily affects African-Americans, and people from South and Central America.Today’s guest, Dr. Anne Marie Schaefer, a pediatric hematologist/oncologist with Joe…
 
On this episode Photographer Phil Gallagher and I talk about changes within the photography industry and what's expected of photographers today, discovering new waves and shooting on the road from 2001 to 2011, his time running LeBoogie magazine, how he got to working so closely with Aquatech, his creative process, the importance of refining your p…
 
On this episode Photographer Alex Kydd and I talk about how Alex got into shooting underwater photos, the importance of collaborating and working with other creatives, interacting and photographing marine life, misconceptions society has towards sharks, tips and advice for aspiring underwater photographers and so much more. Instagram: @AlexKyddPhot…
 
In this episode, we focus on autism. Specifically, we’ll be talking about a new and unique amenity recently launched at Joe Ds ER designed to help children who are overly sensitive to sights, sounds and touch stay calm - a multimedia sensory cart.The program features a pre-recorded segment with our guests, Carmen Mead, one of Joe Ds talented child …
 
Photographer Andrew Miller talks where the photography industry was at when he first started vs where it is now, how he approaches his personal and commercial work, how to get your work seen by the right people, his best decisions, advice to photographers starting out today and so much more. Links From The Episode: Website: https://www.andrewmiller…
 
On this episode Chris talks about study vs working in the field, what it's like to shoot in a big budget surf film, his thoughts on studying photography at university, advice that he would give photographers and creatives starting out today as well as so much more. Links from this episode: Website: www.chrisgurney.com.au Instagram: @chrisgurney_ Ch…
 
In this episode, we talk to Jamal who has been cystic fibrosis patient at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital since his infancy. Jamal, now a young adult and an aspiring filmmaker, talks about his journey as a cystic fibrosis patient. Cystic fibrosis is a progressive, genetic disease that causes persistent lung infections and limits the ability to bre…
 
Did you know that competitive cheerleading is considered one of the most dangerous sports in the U.S.? Journal of Pediatrics study published in 2012 found that cheerleading is the most dangerous sport for females because of the high risk for concussions and “catastrophic” injuries (injuries that result in long-term medical conditions, permanent dis…
 
In this episode, we talk to Dr. Francis Reynoso Santos, a pediatric geneticists at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital. She discusses the implications genetic testing may have on discovering genetically linked health conditions. She also discusses the popular commercial genetic testing services such as 23 And Me.…
 
On this episode Photographer Zoe Morley discusses how she was able to break into the wedding photography industry at the start, how she deals with the stresses of a wedding day, her workflow and editing processes, outsourcing, advice for people wanting to start a business today and so much more. I am certain you will take a few things away from tod…
 
On this episode photographer Rambo Estrada discusses how important it is to learn the technical side of photography, the positive influence social media is having on photographers today, how he got to becoming an ambassador for Sony Cameras, advice for photographers starting out today and so much more. LINKS: Rambo's Instagram: @ramboestrada Pitche…
 
If you’ve ever had kidney stones, you know how painful passing them can be. On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being the most painful, most people would rate the pain as a 10+. In honor of March being National Kidney Month, today’s show will focus on a disturbing trend pediatrician and pediatric kidney specialist has been reporting on for several years - …
 
Digital artist Emma Regolini discusses how the creative series @theline_ came about, pitching work to potential clients and brands, social media algorithms advice for artists starting out today and so much more. Links: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theline_/ Pitched Article: www.pitchedindustries.com/emma…
 
In this episode, we talk to Dr. Celine Hamilton, child and adolescent psychiatrist to talk about how parents can teach their children the art of kindness. We also take a look at happiness. Studies suggest people who spend money on others are happier and may have reduced blood pressure. A different study published in the Journal of Social Psychology…
 
On this episode Mark Clinton discusses working with commercial agencies and if it’s a good idea to seek representation in the early days, how the commercial photography industry has changed over the last decade, comparing yourself to others, self doubt and a heap of advice for photographers and creatives starting out today. LINKS: Website: www.mark…
 
We’re very excited to announce the opening of Joe DiMaggio Children’s Health Specialty Center in Wellington, FL on Feb. 18. Parents living in Palm Beach County will have access to 9 pediatric specialties under one roof. In honor of the grand opening, today’s guest is Dr. Mauricio Flores, a pediatric endocrinologist practicing at Wellington, who wil…
 
On this episode photographer Matt Cherubino talks about how he was able to build his portfolio to land commercial work, collaborating and learning from your mentors, tips and advice for photographers and creatives starting out today and so much more. Links to things spoken about in this episode: Website: http://mattcherubino.com/ Instagram: https:/…
 
Today i'm stoked to be sharing with you all a conversation I had with the great man Harry Mark. If you like anything to do with motorbikes or surfing I am sure you would have seen his work before. His unique style and ability to make the most simple stuff look so damn cool has lead him to be Deus Ex Machina top photographers, as well as have his wo…
 
Photographer Luke Shadbolt talks about his time and what he learnt from his time as the art director at LeBoogie magazine, what it’s like working creatively with his wife Nicole Warne, the importance of networking and getting out of your comfort zone, advice for photographers and creatives starting out today and so much more. Links to things spoken…
 
In this episode, we meet Sebastian's family. Sebastian's illness known as Hunter Syndrome, affects only 1 in 100,000 to 1 in 170,000 primarily males.The family shares their story and want other parents with children with rare diseases to know they are not alone.由Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital
 
On this episode fashion photographer Eddie New talks how the fashion industries impacts on how society perceives beauty, the impact that social media is having on people's mental health, the importance of assisting professionals within your creative industry, persistence and so much more.由Nick White
 
Im excited to share a conversation I had with the social media marketing expert Stevie Dillon from the “Talk Social To Me” Podcast. I have asked Stevie to come on the show to offer advice particularly for creatives wanting to market a service or product through their social media channels. On this episode Stevie and I talk about what you should be …
 
In this episode, we talk with Ray Shipman about Adaptive Sports available for children with disabilities. We also spend some time talking about the Rebound documentary about the Miami Heat Wheels wheelchair basketball team and discuss how to prevent sports injuries.由Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital
 
On this episode Woody Gooch talks about the importance of doing an internship, how important it is to build personal relationships with your clients, how being home schooled influenced his creative direction, advice for aspiring photographers and creative starting out today and so much more. Subscribe to the podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/a…
 
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