Episode 101 Interview with Aaron Brethorst

Hosted by Daniel j Gregory

February 13, 2017

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Interview with Fine-Art Photographer Aaron Brethorst

In this podcast, I am joined by Seattle-based photographer Aaron Brethorst. Aaron is a fine-art photographer from Minnesota who has relocated to the Seattle area. He works in a variety of photographic mediums from digital to historical processes. His work has been featured in numerous shows across the US. His photograph “Adam & Son” received second place honors in the 2016 CVG show.

Over the course of our conversation, we touch on how we develop our creative process and deal with the roadblocks that can impact our creative process. Aaron provides some insights into his creative process and the influence of his work as a software developer. We also dive into the importance of creating significant work on both the artist and audience. We also touched on the impacts of working on projects and using projects to help jump-start creativity.

To learn more about Aaron and his work you can check out his website at www.aaronbrethorstphotograpy.com. You can also find him on the following social networks.

Twitter

Instagram

Facebook

 

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