In this episode I am speaking with Eduardo Leal – a documentary photographer originally from Portugal, focusing on social and environmental issues across South America, and the politics and traditions within the region....

In this Documentary Photography Review Podcast we talk to freelance documentary and reportage photographer Hannah Mornement. We discuss her journey into photography and the influence of her fine art background on her image taking. Hannah talks about her personal and historical projects in Italy and...

In this Documentary Photography Review podcast we talk with Jonathan Goldberg about his two projects centred on Transition Towns/the Transition Network. Transition Towns are a response to issues such as climate change, peak oil and economic instability and centre around creating resilient and self-reliant communities....

Kazi 'Alve' Riasat is a young photographer based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He studied business at the Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) both at Dhaka and Chittagong, but became interested in photography when a friend gave him a hand-me-down Nikon D40. His specific interest in documentary photography...

In our interview with Antonio Olmos we discuss his journey as a photographer from Mexico to London, and the changes he has seen over his many years in the business, including the switch to film and the role of the mass media in disseminating photographic...

This, our second podcast, sees us interview photographer Lucy Piper, who has just graduated with a 2:1 BA (Hons) in Press and Editorial Photography from Falmouth University, Cornwall. Over the last few years Lucy has also completed work placements at US newspaper, The Los Angeles...

In this, the first Documentary Photography Review podcast, we interview Lewis Bush about his journey into photography, his work as a professional photographer, and focusing on his documentary project, Canvey Island, which he completed during his MA at the London College of Communication....