Episode #15 of Intrepid Photography Radio features the adventures of an Editorial & Documentary Photographer: Mr. Matt Treager.
If you’ve dreamed of using your camera to raise awareness, document an event, all while preserving a slice of history, then Matt is your Muse.
*Learn how this Engineering student took his education and career in a wildly different direction.
*Hear about the importance of creating work that YOU love, not simply work for clients.
*Understand the portrait project that features persons across the world, including a tidbit of advice from each person photographed.
*Get an inside look into The People of the Bakken Project. [This is the project that first caught Bill’s attention & led to this interview.] How has the oil boon/fracking of the Bakken Shale Formation impacted the people of N. Dakota & Eastern Montana? What discovery has surprised Matt most? What advice does Matt give to Photographers looking to document a highly-emotional topic?
*How is video changing the world of the Photographer?
*Not one to document “cutest kittens on the planet,” learn what’s next on Matt’s radar.
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