FUTURE OF PHOTOGRAPHY IS HERE

Single Shot Show is launching the club of photographers, who shared their passion, talent and knowledge with our viewers. Every show guest becomes a member of the club once the episode is aired. We will promote the advances of club members in photography, share their art, organize discussions and more. Follow the club activity of the Facebook

MEET THE CLUB MEMBERS

T. Lawrence Wheatman

Guest - Season 4

Lawrence T. Wheatman is a photography professor from NYU and an artist exploring the boundaries of modern photography. In his episode we examine Lawrence’s surrealistic photography, and discuss the progression that led photography to this moment in its existence, as well as looking into possibilities photography has for future progress.

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Episode:
This Day in Life of Photography

Ira Block

Guest - Season 

Ira Block is an internationally renowned photographer, teacher and lecturer who has produced over 30 stories for the National Geographic Magazine. He has led National Geographic Photo Workshops, Expeditions and private workshops to Mongolia, Bhutan, Cuba and Tibet where students learn about culture and photographic vision. His documentary photography work is balanced by a stable of commercial clients for whom he shoots portraits and corporate branding.

www.irablock.com

Episode:
Decisive Moments in Life and Photography

Anthony Horth

Guest - Season 3

brilliant Australian-born Anthony Horth. Starting as a glamour photographer for some major publications like Vogue and ELLE, Anthony decided to focus on art photography and specifically on nature.

www.AnthonyHorth.com

Episodes:
Journey from Glamour to Nature

Photographer and Gallerist

 

Miles Powell Miller

Guest - Season 3

Miles Miller is a professional model with years o experience in both commercial and art modeling, a philosopher and artist.

www.modelmayhem.com/1053819

Episodes:
… From the Other Side of the Lens
Duet for Stories Untold

Hashmat Farooqi

Guest - Season 2

Hashmat is a framing magician for Wilson Moulding - one of the oldest framing, moulding and printing companies in U.S. Hashmat is an artist of his profession, making the frame to be as perfect as an artwork and investing in the processes passion equated to one invested in created art piece.

www.wilsonmoulding.com

Episode:

Judging Artwork by Its Framing

Thomas Clark

Guest - Season 2

Brilliant photo essayist, Thomas Clark works in photo sequences (photo essays as artist describes them), within which he developed a unique format of telling a photo story based on series of photos (usually at least three, describing the idea in almost cinematic form. Artist's works largely influenced by music, and connected to it. Thomas have traveled to some far and near corners of the world, finding stories to capture everywhere.

www.facebook.com/Lovehermore

Episode:

Images of Beginning, Middle & the End

Nina Alovert

Guest - Season 2

Nina was born in Leningrad in 1935. In 1977, Alovert moved to the United States.She had been photographing Mikhail Baryshnikov from the start of is career until his defection from the Soviet Union to Canada. She resumed working with Baryshnikov after moving to the United States While in the US, she worked for Dance Magazine and Ballet Review as a freelance photographer. She has published her photographs in many journals and books in Russia and in other countries, and has held solo shows in New York City, London, St. Petersburg, etc.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nina_Alovert

Episode:

Two Ladies Travel West

Natalia Maks

Guest - Season 2

“An artist, a teacher, a traveler, a blogger, a collector, an interior design consultant, a mother, and a wife…how many roles can modern women have?” Natalia loves what she does, and she does it all with passion. She used the camera as an additional artistic tool with endless photo possibilities. She treated the images with a computer-aided program by finalizing rendering and color applications. Natalia is a passionate observer collecting moments and looks. She travels snaps and learns.

https://nataliamaks.wordpress.com

Episode:

Kids, Collectors and Wow Effect 

Lilian Caruana

Guest - Season 2

My roots are in documentary photography and the central theme of my photographic work is about individuals who are outside the mainstream of the larger society. Some of the subjects I have photographed include immigrants, punks, skinheads, and gang members. I explore how individuals who, either by choice or because they are seen as the “other” live outside the dominant culture.

www.liliancaruanaphotography.com

Episode:

Shooting on Margins of the Society

Sammy Boykin

Guest - Season 1

Sammy currently resides on Staten Island and frequently ventures into “The City” where he has collected thousands of images that detail just what caused him to fall madly in love with New York City in the first place.

www.SammysPhoto.com

Episodes:

Reflections & Impressions of Big Apple
Four Facets of Objective

Carol Schaefer

Guest - Season 1

Brilliant photographer Carol Schaefer explores the connection between photography and literature, symbolism in photography and connection between visual art and literature with prominent writer.

www.carolschaeferauthor.com

Episode:

Single Shot in a Year

Joe Ovelman

Guest - Season 1

Joe Ovelmane’s project explores the difference of self-identity in connection to feminine and masculine side of a person. Discussion of relationship between artist, his art and the viewer.

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Episode:

ART and SCIENCE in PHOTOGRAPHY

Neil Tandy

Guest - Season 1

Creative side of Neil, that has been compared on numerous occasions to many great photographers, including such diverse practitioners as Edward Weston, Cartier Bresson and David LaChapelle...

http://www.neiltandy.com/

Episode:

Hiring a Professional Photographer
Making It in New York

Eddie Collins

Guest - Season 4

Originally from Sydney, Australia, Eddie spent the greater part of his youth circling the globe. Eventually he found a home in Paris where he lived for three years and developed his interest in art and fashion which later brought him to photography.

Eddie is always striving for those key moments of realness, energy, movement and true emotions in his images. He has had the opportunity to shoot amazing people throughout his career, including celebrities such as Halle Berry, Jennifer Tilley, Lisa Ling, Kristen Johnston, and New York Rangers Ice Hockey Players Henrik Lundqvist and Sean Avery.

www.eddiecollins.com

Episode:

In Fashion It’s All About Energy 

 Spencer Throckmorton

Guest - Season 4

Spencer Throckmorton is a recognized expert in film, black-and-white photography. For years his gallery sets the standard for art photography. We visited Spencer’s gallery to discuss the dynamics of artistic photography, the ways in which art influenced by viewers, and how the opinion on art piece is formed

www.throckmorton-nyc.com

Episodes:

What Defines Art?

Once Upon a Gallery

Ryszard Horowitz

Guest - Season 3

Ryszard Horowitz is one of the pioneers of surrealistic approach to photography, and one of the first artists, who started to digitally modify photographs. In this episode he talks about educating spectators and implementing artistic vision despite of resistance of the viewers.

RyszardHorowitz.com

Episodes:

Searching Beyond Reality
Ultimate Reason to Create Art

Saul Robbins

Guest - Season 3

Saul Robbins is interested in the ways people interact within their surroundings, and the psychological dynamics of intimacy. His photographs are motivated by observations of human behavior and personal experience, especially those related to loss, unity, failure, and the latent potential residing in personal history and photographiuc materials.

SaulRobbins.com

Episodes:

Being Artist Rather Than Photographer

Hank O'Neal

Guest - Season 3

Matthew is a printing specialist for Wilson Moulding - one of the oldest framing, moulding and printing companies in U.S. Matthew is a true professional and artisan, not just providing service for artists, but advising them on best choices for their specific media and nature of a specific work.

www.HankONeal.com

Episodes:

Art and Technology
Photographer by Necessity

Matthew Siryj

Guest - Season 2

Matthew is a printing specialist for Wilson Moulding - one of the oldest framing, moulding and printing companies in U.S. Matthew is a true professional and artisan, not just providing service for artists, but advising them on best choices for their specific media and nature of a specific work.

www.wilsonmoulding.com

Episode:

Judging Artwork by Its Framing

Ian P. Clifford

Guest - Season 2

"I'm not only passionate about art but I love visual artists in general. I believe that the primary job of an artist is to provide the rest of society with the inspiration to see beyond the everyday and to look more deeply into what living means to them."

www.iancliffordart.com

Episode:

Overcoming Challenges

Natalia (Natasha) Sharymova

Guest - Season 2

Excellent photo artist, Natalia Sharymova started her artistic career in former USSR, and continued her work in USA. Her works evolved from traditional black-and-white photography to extremely modernistic modified images.

facebook.com/nshar

Episode:

Two Ladies Travel West

Kimberly Barbosa

Guest - Season 2

Kimberly is an Artist Experience Director at RAW Artists Los Angeles. Her expertise and exceptional organizational skills continually make RAW Natural Born Artists showcases in several regions of USA to be overwhelmingly energized and filled with art

http://www.rawartists.org/

Episode:

RAW Art @ RAW Artists

Arthur (Art) Toulinov

Guest - Season 2

Preferring to make pictures rather than take them, Toulinov’s studio becomes a miniature theater, the backdrop always black and the image always square. Some images are inspired by a prop, more than likely found at the flea market, some by a song, or by childhood memories, his motherland, Russia, and growing up in the Soviet Union. Intuitively, he finds the right model to emotionally express his concept, models that come from all walks of life.

www.ARTtoulinov.com

Episodes:

GRAYS of ART with Arthur Toulinov
Duet for Stories Untold

Barbara Schaefer

Guest - Season 1

I work at night, in the dark. I discover and am surprised by the absence of light and noise. Using only flickers from a flashlight, I paint with light. This work continues my lifelong artistic interests: What manifests from the unknown, the invisible? How to trust it?

www.barbaraschaefer.me

Episode:

On Painting with Light & Location

Marcus Leatherdale

Guest - Season 1

Montreal-born photographer Marcus Leatherdale has been exhibiting for more than 20 years in galleries worldwide. His work has been reviewed in Artforum, Art in America, and Art News, and is in several museum collections. Since 1993, he has been exclusively working in India, and is currently photographing rural India and the Adivasis/tribals.

www.marcusleatherdale.com

Episode:

About Modern Photography

 Chris Lord

Guest - Season 1

I have always shot a varied and eclectic bunch of subjects. I'm constantly on the lookout for new material for my pictures and I'll point the camera at anything that interests me. Naturally, New York City, where I live provides the bulk of my subject matter...

http://www.pixielatedpixels.com/

Episodes:

ABOUT EDITING REALITY
Four Facets of Objective

Shaun La

Pilot Episode Guest - Season 1

I am a Photographer who works with film only. With 20 years in this medium, called Photography, my lens has been aimed on a dynamic range of Moments which visually has a Life.

https://www.shaunarts.com

Episodes:

Pilot Episode
Photographer's Path 

Danny Glass

Guest - Season 4

Paintings of Danny Glass visually are on a border of impressionism and realism, and as a subject matter explore scenes of everyday life, similar to approach of street photography, yet creatively re-imagined. In this episode we explore commonalities and differences of art photography and painting, the progression of modern art, the comparative objective of the visual storytelling in different medias of visual arts. We dived into historical perspective of the question of reality in painting and applied it to modern day photography.

www.dannyglass.com

Episode:

Photography Through Prism of Painting

Nikolay Komissarov

Guest - Season 4

Popular event photographers of New York – Nikolay Komissarov shared his experience in the field. What you need to do in order to get the right frame? How to talk to event attendees? What equipment to use? How to make Richard Gere to ask you for a photo?

www.RussFotki.com

Episode:

Chasing the Right Angle

Laney Barber Jr.

Guest - Season 3

Laney Barber, Jr. is a brilliant self-taught photographer with a steadfast fixation on chronicling the urban environment.

www.UrbanChronicler.com

Episode:

Camera and Time Passage

 Jennifer Maeve

Guest - Season 3

Jennifer is an accomplished photographer and model. In this episode we explored the phenomena of artistic self-portrait as form of reflection on one’s personality as well as connection with the world. Jennifer compared experience of creating images of self, photographing other people and objects and working as a model in art photography.

www.instagram.com/jennifer_maeve/

Episode:

Self-Portrait as Self-Reflection

Kevin C. Downs

Guest - Season 3

Kevin Downs is a New York based photojournalist and documentary photographer. He has photographed in Japan and other parts of Asia, as well as in Mexico and Haiti. Currently, he is working on projects documenting life in the United States, covering issues such as people affected by the economy, immigration and other social issues. Recently, he has also extensively covered the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, on the Rockaways and Staten Island. His work is published by the main international publications.

www.KevinCDownsPhoto.com

Episode:

Pictured: Social Justice & Hope

Brian Paul Clamp

Guest - Season 2

Brian Paul Clamp, has over twenty-five years of experience in the field. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Critical Studies in Modern Art from Columbia University, and is the author of over forty articles and publications on American art to date.

www.clampart.com

Episode:

Future Defined Today

Ocean Morisset

Guest - Season 2

Ocean Morisset is a self-taught , award-winning photographer with nearly twenty years of experience specializing in Photojournalism and Documentary photography. A self described "humanitarian-with-a-camera", Ocean also explores Fine Art photography and engages with a wide range of subjects in life, though his passion remain in telling stories with images.

www.OceanMorisset.com

Episode:

Humanitarian with a Camera

Joe Raskin

Guest - Season 2

Joe is an artist and historian. His photography skills reveals the unknown pages of the history of New York and particularly New York subway. 

wanderingnewyork.tumblr.com

Episodes:

Humble Gems of New York
Four Facets of Objective

Harry Mandel

Guest - Season 2

Blilliant photographer and exceptional master of illusion. Harry applies the laws of illusion to both photography and the art of prestuige.

www.mandelmagic.com

Episode:

It’s More Than Illusion

Anthony Gusevich

Guest - Season 2

"Whether it is photographing, performing, directing, teaching, or designing, my drive and motivation as artist is to wake people up.  We must create to keep each other awake."

https://www.anthonygusevich.com

Episode:

RAW Art @ RAW Artists

Lisa DuBois

Guest - Season 1

I am an inquisitive spectator exploring subcultures in the world. My inspiration comes from an intense curiosity for all people, places and things. Traveling to other parts of the world helped me appreciate the need for preserving traditions and maintaining cultural diversity in our society.

http://www.duboisphotoart.com

Episodes:

Art, Photography & People
Creating Art… Curating Gallery

Richard Berenholtz

Guest - Season 1

Richard Berenholtz is a world renowned New York photographer specializing in Manhattan skylines, New York cityscapes, New York panoramas and other photographs of New York. He has had six books published including Manhattan Architecture, New York Architecture, and Panoramic New York.

www.photographynewyork.com

Episode:

PHILOSOPHY of CHANGE in ARCHITECTURE 

Grigory Gurevich

Guest - Season 1

Grigory Gurevich,, sculptor, painter, graphic artist, printmaker, and inventor has had more than 300 exhibitions in the United States and Europe and conducted hundreds of sculpture workshops in Italy, Denmark, Russia and U.S. His paintings, drawings and sculptures have won numerous awards and are in public and private collections of famous personalities as Marcel Marceau in France, A. Raikin in Russia as well as in Denmark, Switzerland, Germany, Slovakia and The United States

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Episode:

How to Start a Museum

Alex AG

Single Shot Host - Season 1

Alex AG photography is an attempt to define the future of photo art. The current crisis of creative photography is a result of changes in photojournalism and visual arts in general. The need for overly realistic images is significantly diminished and transformed.

www.orbVista.com
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