Episode 102 Interview with photographer Sarah King

Hosted by Daniel j Gregory

February 20, 2017

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Interview with Fine-Art Photographer Sarah King

In this podcast, I am joined by the amazingly talented photographer Sarah King. Sarah is a fine-art photographer based out of Seattle, Washington, who has recently begun working on a new project and business called Visum Monographs. In Visum Monographs, Sarah works to captures the essence of a place whose history, stories and family tales are found in the objects within a home. This is a great quote by one of her clients, “Sarah’s ability to capture the essence of a person’s life is beautiful. A spiritually moving, quiet memoir, making it, at least for me, felt.  It leaves time to think, to remember.” Sara has also worked as a dancer and studied Late Medieval and Early Modern Iberian Literature and Culture at Columbia University.

In our conversation, we spent time talking about her background in dance and how that has influenced her photography. We also talked about how important it is to build a community to support your creative living no matter what sort of work you are undertaking. I learned a lot about my creative process talking with Sarah, and I hope that you find the interview to be just as insightful.

To learn more about Sarah and her work you can check out her website at www.sarahdkingphotography.com. You can find her monographs work here.

Sarah can also be found posting on a regular basis up on Instagram.


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