Notes on Walking // Mapping // Photography podcast

Notes on Walking // Mapping // Photography

Bryan Formhals

A podcast by Bryan Formhals about walking, photography, maps and mindfulness. Each week, I share analysis, stories and interviews keep you informed, mindful and inspired to pursue your own creative projects around art and walking. You can sign up for my weekly newsletter at http://blog.bryanformhals.com

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    Dialogues: Photographer Wesley Verhoeve

    1:00:14

    When the pandemic hit, we all found ourselves in a terrible new reality wondering what comes next. Imagine for a moment being stuck in an unfamiliar city and not knowing when you'll be able to leave and return home. Well, that's what happened to my guest on today's show, photographer Wesley Verhoeve.  For him home was Brooklyn and Amsterdam, but when the pandemic hit, he found himself in Vancouver, British Columbia. With no regular photography gigs on the horizon, like many of us he found himself heading out for daily walks in his neighborhood. Those walks were a catalyst that led him to start a new photography project. Over the course of 123 days he walked 307 hours and made 34,194 images using a variety of cameras and film stocks.  All of that work evolved into a new book called 'Notice.' It's a beautiful meditation on walking photography and mindfulness. The book was designed by photographer and designer Dan Rubin, and has an essay by walker and writer extraordinaire Craig Mod. So it really all comes together nicely with this talented team in a beautiful way. I first learned about Wesley's work through his newsletter called Process, which came as a recommendation through Substack. And unbeknownst to me, he was also following my newsletter. So we had this nice connection established. I hope you enjoy our conversation and learning about Wesley's career and fabulous new book. I’m a photographer and consultant from Saint Cloud, Minnesota. This is my podcast on walking, mapping and photography. Each episode, I share analysis, news and stories about these topics to keep you informed and inspired to pursue your own creative projects. My consulting services focus on helping photographers with project development, editorial strategy and building a walking practice. I offer FREE 30 minute introductory calls to chat about your projects, and learn if I can help. You can email me at info@bryanformhals.com or follow me on Instagram & Twitter.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bryan-formhals/message
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    How long are your walks with Raising Frogs for $$?

    26:28

    In this week's episode, I review the new photography app Glass and why you might want to look to newsletters instead. After digging through my boxes of photobooks, I pulled out Raising Frogs for $$ by Jason Fulford, and made some revelations, and forgot about others. In the walking segment of the show, I share my views on what I consider a long walk, and how those relate to our perception and experience of time. I wrap up with tidbits about Lionel Messi's walking strategy and a brilliant quote by walker, writer and thinker Craig Mod. Produced and hosted by Bryan Formhals  Music by Tom Starkweather  Timestamps 00:01 Introduction  Photography 2:57 - Glass Review (and why you might want to consider newsletters) 8:37 - Thinking about Raising Frogs for $$ Walking  13:57 - How long do you spend on a walk?  19:32 - Lionel Messi's walking strategy on the field  22:29 - Craig Mod quote on long walks  24:25 - How to thank parks, get out to the parks! Links Glass Gathering Time, Gathering Intelligence and 'Raising Frogs for ${ SSR }#x27; PHOTOGRAPHERS ON PHOTOGRAPHERS: TRISTAN MARTINEZ IN CONVERSATION WITH JASON FULFORD The Mushroom Collector: In Conversation with Jason Fulford Jasonfulford.com Blake Andrews Blog What do you consider a long walk? NYC Photo Community Newsletter  Lionel Messi Twitter Thread Craig Mod Newsletters Walking as a Productivity System - Interview with Craig Mod How to Thank Parks I’m a photographer and consultant from Saint Cloud, Minnesota. This is my podcast on walking, mapping and photography. Each episode, I share analysis, news and stories about these topics to keep you informed and inspired to pursue your own creative projects.  My consulting services focus on helping photographers with project development, editorial strategy and building a walking practice. I offer FREE 30 minute introductory calls to chat about your projects, and learn if I can help. You can email me at info@bryanformhals.com or follow me on Instagram & --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bryan-formhals/message
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    Walking to View Books with Matthew Schenning and Olga Yatskevich

    42:35

    Part of our plan for the podcast is to make regular visits to photobook lovers to view their books related to walking, urbanism and mapping. Back in August of 2019, we made our first walks, first to the apartment of photographer Matthew Schenning and then 10x10 co-founder Olga Yatskevich.  In our visit with Matthew, we discussed my quest to find a copy of Lee Friedlander: Photographs Frederick Law Olmstead and Tod Papageorge Passing Through Eden. While visiting Olia, we browsed her extensive booklist to discover Mapping New York, Mike Slack's The Traverse Path, 43-35 10th Street by Daniel Shea and a few more surprises. Enjoy! Producers: Bryan Formhals and Tom Starkweather Audio and score: Tom Starkweather --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bryan-formhals/message
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    Field Notes: Walking Bayside and Time Landscape (Ahead Bridge Low/Butterfly Boxed In)

    36:28

    In this field notes episode, photographers Bryan Formhals and Tom Starkweather introduce the show, and make walks to pedestrian bridges in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn and Flushing Meadows, Queens, as well renowned public art space Time Landscape in Manhattan.  Notes:  Walking and Mapping - Craig Mod Newsletter - Bay Ridge Walk Map - Trees of New York City - Hiking by Bryan Formhals - Time Landscape  - Flushing Meadows Corona Park Walk Map - Butterfly Boxed in Video - Underground Home - Dumpling Galaxy - Desire Paths - Way of the Walk Score Producers: Bryan Formhals and Tom Starkweather Audio and score: Tom Starkweather  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bryan-formhals/message
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    LPV Show: 3.26 - Graham MacIndoe & Susan Stellin

    1:34:20

    In this episode, our final of the season, we are joined by photographer Graham MacIndoe and writer Susan Stellin to discuss their new memoir Chancers, which tells the story of their relationship over the course of Graham's heroin addiction, arrest and imprisonment at Riker's Island and Immigration Detention, and eventual release and road to recovery. In the second half of the show, we discuss a few brilliant photobooks as well Graham's early days as an aspiring photographer in New York in the 90s. We are thrilled to have this episode as the season finale. I've known Graham for a few years now and ended up reading the book in about three days. It's a great story that covers some very relevant contemporary issues in an innovative way. Graham and Susan are two of the most thoughtful, intelligent people I've met in New York, so it was a great to have this conversation with them. To view spreads from the photobooks and behind the scenes photos, visit blog.lpvshow.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bryan-formhals/message
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    LPV Show: 3.25 - Jason Jaworski

    1:08:29

    In this episode, we are joined by photographer and zine maker Jason Jaworski to discuss the stories behind his brilliant zines, the relationship between text and image, how he got his start, the freelance hustle in Los Angeles, and several interesting books from his collection. I was introduced to Jason's work by our mutual friend Olia Yatskevich of 10x10 photobooks, and knew we'd have to have him on the show. Fortunately, a few months later Jason reached out to us because he was a fan of the show. He also mentioned he was coming to New York soon, so it all worked out perfectly. Jason Jaworski (b. 1987) is a writer, photographer and artist best known for his intimate portraits, sprawling textworks, large scale performance projects, and deeply personal artist books, all of which have been published and shown in numerous exhibitions around the world, along with having been performed privately to persons as wide ranging as Ringo Starr and Werner Herzog. His most recent exhibition, Thinking Of You, was nominated for an ICP Infinity Award in the arts category, while an artist book he created to accompany the exhibition was chosen as one of the top ten photobooks of 2015 by 10x10 Photobooks. He also runs SSK Press. Photobooks Discussed Sea by Jason Jaworski, Two Winters Long by Jason Jaworski, Rome Alone by Jason Jaworski, 1000 Miles by Jason Jaworski, Thinking of You by Jason Jaworski, LABYRINTH by Jason Jaworski, The Secret Museum of Mankind + A Private Anthropological Cabinet of 500 Authentic Racial-Esoteric Photographs and Illustrations Hardcover – 1934 by Robert Meadows, Who Killed Robert Prentice (A murder mystery) by Robert Wheatley, Otsuchi. Future Memories. Photographs by Alejandro Chaskielberg, BOOKDUMMIES: An Imaginary Studio, a Non-stop Process 1993-2015, Memories of a Dog. Photographs and text by Daido Moriyama. + Jason Jaworski’s xeroxed version. To view spreads from the photobooks and behind the scenes photos visit blog.lpvshow.com  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bryan-formhals/message
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    LPV Show: 3.24 - Mathieu Asselin

    1:00:03

    In this episode, we are joined by photographer Mathieu Asselin, whose book dummy for Monsanto: A Photographic Investigation recently won the Dummy Award Kassel 2016. We discussed the next steps for the book, his travels to Vietnam to finish the book, working with brilliant designer Ricardo Baez; the importance of collaboration in making photobooks, as well as two of his favorite photobooks.  This is Mathieu's second time on the show. Back in episode 2.3 we discussed the origins of his Monsanto project as well as some of the plans he had to complete it. It's been great watching this project gain the recent recognition is rightly deserves. It's a project that has taken years Mathieu years to complete and pushed his work in a new direction. It's a good example of the tenacity and dedication it takes to bring a complicated project to life as a photobook.  Photobooks Discussed Monsanto: A Photographic Investigation by Mathieu Asselin A Guide to the Birds of Venezuela Beyond the Fall: The Former Soviet Bloc in Transition 1989-1999 To view spreads from the photobooks and behind the scenes photos, visit http://blog.lpvshow.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bryan-formhals/message
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    LPV Show: 3.23 - Magali Duzant

    58:59

    In this episode, we are joined by artist and photographer Magali Duzant, who makes her second visit to the show to discuss publishing her book 'I Looked, I Looked,' new experiments with cyanotypes, live streaming sunset at the Queens International 2016, and a few brilliant books and zines One of the ideas we had when we launched season 2 was to have recurring guests so we can follow the progression of their projects and career. Magali is one of those artists that tends to work non-stop and is always up to something new. Always hustling, always thinking, always looking and always dreaming about what's next. To view spreads from the photobooks discussed and behind the scene photos, visit blog.lpvshow.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bryan-formhals/message
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    LPV Show: 3.22 - Joe Aguirre

    53:47

    In this episode, we are joined by photographer Joe Aguirre to discuss his first visit to New York, his trip to Denmark, making zines, shooting nudes, the photo hustle in San Francisco, connecting with a niche audience and several brilliant books and zines! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bryan-formhals/message
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    LPV Show: 3.21 - Timothy Briner

    1:21:28

    In this episode, we are joined by photographer Timothy Briner to discuss his studio experiments, photograms, the evolution of a documentary projects, the importance of committing fully to your art, his collaboration with SUN, and some amazing photobooks. This is Briner's second appearance on the show. I visited him at his former studio during the demo season and had a memorable conversation. I've always followed his work and appreciate his dedication to his art and photography. Our conversation took place over two sessions, so you may notice some slight continuity anomalies in the conversation, but I think you'll enjoy it nevertheless!  Photobooks Discussed Briner Hauser The Edge of Vision: The Rise of Abstraction in Photography  Shrubs of Death by Mike Slack  American Pictures: A Personal Journey Through the American Underclass Adrift by Ben Alper To view spreads from the photobooks and behind the scenes photos visit blog.lpvshow.com  Recorded at Stockholm Studios in Bushwick, Brooklyn  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bryan-formhals/message

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Photographs and text by Daido Moriyama. + Jason Jaworski’s xeroxed version.\u003c/p> \u003cp>To view spreads from the photobooks and behind the scenes photos visit \u003ca href=\"blog.lpvshow.com\">blog.lpvshow.com \u003c/a>\u003c/p>\n\n--- \n\nSend in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bryan-formhals/message","date":"2016-07-09T14:40:15Z","duration":4109,"media":"https://anchor.fm/s/99b883c/podcast/play/2550736/https%3A%2F%2Fd3ctxlq1ktw2nl.cloudfront.net%2Fstaging%2F2019-2-5%2F10816633-48000-2-2a058cefe4718.mp3","podcast":{"type":"id","generated":false,"id":"PodcastShort:way-of-the-walk","typename":"PodcastShort"},"__typename":"Episode"},"Episode:way-of-the-walk_lpv-show-3-24-mathieu-asselin_a009beda2f":{"id":"way-of-the-walk_lpv-show-3-24-mathieu-asselin_a009beda2f","name":"LPV Show: 3.24 - Mathieu Asselin","description":"\u003cp>In this episode, we are joined by photographer Mathieu Asselin, whose book dummy for Monsanto: A Photographic Investigation recently won the Dummy Award Kassel 2016. We discussed the next steps for the book, his travels to Vietnam to finish the book, working with brilliant designer Ricardo Baez; the importance of collaboration in making photobooks, as well as two of his favorite photobooks. \u003c/p> \u003cp>This is Mathieu's second time on the show. Back in episode 2.3 we discussed the origins of his Monsanto project as well as some of the plans he had to complete it. It's been great watching this project gain the recent recognition is rightly deserves. It's a project that has taken years Mathieu years to complete and pushed his work in a new direction. It's a good example of the tenacity and dedication it takes to bring a complicated project to life as a photobook. \u003c/p> \u003cp dir=\"ltr\">\u003cstrong>Photobooks Discussed\u003c/strong>\u003c/p> \u003cul dir=\"ltr\"> \u003cli>\u003ca href= \"http://blog.lpvshow.com/post/146805247400/monsanto-a-photographic-investigation-by-mathieu\" target=\"_blank\" data-cke-saved-href= \"http://blog.lpvshow.com/post/146805247400/monsanto-a-photographic-investigation-by-mathieu\"> \u003cstrong>Monsanto: A Photographic Investigation by Mathieu Asselin\u003c/strong>\u003c/a>\u003c/li> \u003cli>\u003ca href= \"http://blog.lpvshow.com/post/146805243385/a-guide-to-the-birds-of-venezuela-more-than-forty\" target=\"_blank\" data-cke-saved-href= \"http://blog.lpvshow.com/post/146805243385/a-guide-to-the-birds-of-venezuela-more-than-forty\"> \u003cstrong>A Guide to the Birds of Venezuela\u003c/strong>\u003c/a>\u003c/li> \u003cli>\u003ca href= \"http://blog.lpvshow.com/post/146805239745/beyond-the-fall-the-former-soviet-bloc-in\" target=\"_blank\" data-cke-saved-href= \"http://blog.lpvshow.com/post/146805239745/beyond-the-fall-the-former-soviet-bloc-in\"> \u003cstrong>Beyond the Fall: The Former Soviet Bloc in Transition 1989-1999\u003c/strong>\u003c/a>\u003c/li> \u003c/ul> \u003cp>To view spreads from the photobooks and behind the scenes photos, visit http://blog.lpvshow.com\u003c/p>\n\n--- \n\nSend in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bryan-formhals/message","date":"2016-07-02T16:04:40Z","duration":3603,"media":"https://anchor.fm/s/99b883c/podcast/play/2550737/https%3A%2F%2Fd3ctxlq1ktw2nl.cloudfront.net%2Fstaging%2F2019-2-5%2F10816634-48000-2-8bc218bef9958.mp3","podcast":{"type":"id","generated":false,"id":"PodcastShort:way-of-the-walk","typename":"PodcastShort"},"__typename":"Episode"},"Episode:way-of-the-walk_lpv-show-3-23-magali-duzant_9c77ae8091":{"id":"way-of-the-walk_lpv-show-3-23-magali-duzant_9c77ae8091","name":"LPV Show: 3.23 - Magali Duzant","description":"\u003cp>In this episode, we are joined by artist and photographer Magali Duzant, who makes her second visit to the show to discuss publishing her book 'I Looked, I Looked,' new experiments with cyanotypes, live streaming sunset at the Queens International 2016, and a few brilliant books and zines\u003c/p> \u003cp>One of the ideas we had when we launched season 2 was to have recurring guests so we can follow the progression of their projects and career. Magali is one of those artists that tends to work non-stop and is always up to something new. Always hustling, always thinking, always looking and always dreaming about what's next.\u003c/p> \u003cp>To view spreads from the photobooks discussed and behind the scene photos, visit \u003ca title=\"http://blog.lpvshow.com\" href= \"https://exit.sc/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.lpvshow.com\" target= \"_blank\" rel=\"nofollow\">blog.lpvshow.com\u003c/a>\u003c/p>\n\n--- \n\nSend in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bryan-formhals/message","date":"2016-06-24T14:27:20Z","duration":3539,"media":"https://anchor.fm/s/99b883c/podcast/play/2550745/https%3A%2F%2Fd3ctxlq1ktw2nl.cloudfront.net%2Fstaging%2F2019-2-5%2F10816635-48000-2-4bc776dc47ed.mp3","podcast":{"type":"id","generated":false,"id":"PodcastShort:way-of-the-walk","typename":"PodcastShort"},"__typename":"Episode"},"Episode:way-of-the-walk_lpv-show-3-22-joe-aguirre_bc9438c126":{"id":"way-of-the-walk_lpv-show-3-22-joe-aguirre_bc9438c126","name":"LPV Show: 3.22 - Joe Aguirre","description":"\u003cp>In this episode, we are joined by photographer Joe Aguirre to discuss his first visit to New York, his trip to Denmark, making zines, shooting nudes, the photo hustle in San Francisco, connecting with a niche audience and several brilliant books and zines!\u003c/p>\n\n--- \n\nSend in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bryan-formhals/message","date":"2016-06-17T00:00:00Z","duration":3227,"media":"https://anchor.fm/s/99b883c/podcast/play/12833384/https%3A%2F%2Fd3ctxlq1ktw2nl.cloudfront.net%2Fproduction%2F2020-3-23%2F67099520-48000-2-93366b1081731.mp3","podcast":{"type":"id","generated":false,"id":"PodcastShort:way-of-the-walk","typename":"PodcastShort"},"__typename":"Episode"},"Episode:way-of-the-walk_lpv-show-3-21-timothy-briner_d82e98bc23":{"id":"way-of-the-walk_lpv-show-3-21-timothy-briner_d82e98bc23","name":"LPV Show: 3.21 - Timothy Briner","description":"\u003cp>In this episode, we are joined by photographer Timothy Briner to discuss his studio experiments, photograms, the evolution of a documentary projects, the importance of committing fully to your art, his collaboration with SUN, and some amazing photobooks. This is Briner's second appearance on the show. I visited him at his former studio during the demo season and had a memorable conversation. I've always followed his work and appreciate his dedication to his art and photography. Our conversation took place over two sessions, so you may notice some slight continuity anomalies in the conversation, but I think you'll enjoy it nevertheless! \u003cbr /> \u003cbr /> Photobooks Discussed\u003c/p> \u003cul> \u003cli>Briner Hauser\u003c/li> \u003cli>The Edge of Vision: The Rise of Abstraction in Photography \u003c/li> \u003cli>Shrubs of Death by Mike Slack \u003c/li> \u003cli>American Pictures: A Personal Journey Through the American Underclass\u003c/li> \u003cli>Adrift by Ben Alper\u003c/li> \u003c/ul> \u003cp>To view spreads from the photobooks and behind the scenes photos visit \u003ca href=\"blog.lpvshow.com\">blog.lpvshow.com \u003c/a>\u003c/p> \u003cp>Recorded at Stockholm Studios in Bushwick, Brooklyn \u003c/p>\n\n--- \n\nSend in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bryan-formhals/message","date":"2016-06-10T00:50:25Z","duration":4888,"media":"https://anchor.fm/s/99b883c/podcast/play/2550738/https%3A%2F%2Fd3ctxlq1ktw2nl.cloudfront.net%2Fstaging%2F2019-2-5%2F10816636-48000-2-840633cb8b454.mp3","podcast":{"type":"id","generated":false,"id":"PodcastShort:way-of-the-walk","typename":"PodcastShort"},"__typename":"Episode"},"$Podcast:way-of-the-walk.color":{"hex":"#7c7c7c","__typename":"Color"}};