Rachel Bigsby is a name you’ll hear more of in the future, especially if you’re in to wildlife photography and especially photographing birds. Still only young and not yet fully turned pro, she’s passionate about her photography and is developing an interesting style. We discover more as we talk to her about wildlife and her career.
Barbara Dall’Angelo embodies Italian passion and the sensitive insight of a female photographer. In this podcast we explore her photography and her creative approach to seeing the world in her own unique way.
Social media and especially Instagram have become a major part of travel as phones make photographers of all of us. But what impact is this having on travel photography for photographers who shoot on a real camera or even work professionally?
There’s no money in photography. Wrong! In this fascinating podcast with New York photographers’ agent Frank Meo he gives us a different take on working as a photographer. His advice is pure gold.
As Deputy Director of Photography at National Geographic, Kathy Moran worked with some of the very best photographers, especially in wildlife and conservation. Here she shares her insight into photography and picture editing.
A quiet persona disguises a dry sense of humour and a fierce passion within Danish photographer, Carsten Egevang. Here he gives Newton and Coe a different perspective on the power of photography to drive change.
Jason Edwards is an Australian natural history and conservation photographer who is a regular National Geographic contributor. Listen to his career insights in this Newton & Coe podcast.
Ain’t no mountain high enough, ain’t no climate cold enough! For adventure photographer, Martin Hartley that is probably more true than for any other photographer on the planet. Martin thrives where others fear to tread. In this podcast episode, he gives Newton and Coe a glimpse of his approach to photography and travel.
The life of Elisa Iannacone touches area which many photographers shy away from, yet her positivity and creativity shine through in her inspirational conceptual images and films.
Travel journalist, Emma Thomson, has won many awards following her passion for travel and adventure. Here she talks to Newton & Coe about her expeditions, writing for National Geographic, photography and much more.
Canadian photographer, Chris Rainier, has had an interesting career in photography. Here he talks to Newton & Coe about working for Ansel Adams, indigenous cultures, smart phones, sustainability, language, the power of photography and much more.
American travel photographer was on the road for many years. Here he talks everything from photography, digital manipulation and NFTs with Newton & Coe.
On the dangerous end of conservation, environmental photojournalist Aaron Gekoski talks to Newton & Coe about his work and life in photography
Newton & Coe – Richard Dunwoody is a former champion jockey, adventurer and Strictly Come Dancing contestant. But now he’s a professional photographer. Here we find out about his photography and motivations to carve out a career.
Chris Coe is the co-founder of Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY) and has been a photographer for over 30 years. Here he chats with Newton & Coe co-host, David Newton.
David is the Newton part of Newton & Coe. He’s been co-hosting our Newton & Coe podcasts with Chris Coe for several months now so we thought we’d give you an insight into the man and his photography.
Newton & Coe – Kiran Ridley is a photo-journalist. Here he talks to us about his work throughout Europe and Asia, concentrating on news, social political topics and the human experience.
Larry Louie is a Canadian optometrist but photography is his passion. In 2010, he was the overall winner of TPOTY with eight stunning B&W images of Mali and Tibet.
Newton & Coe – Eamonn McCabe’s photographs are well known. Here we chat with him about his multifaceted life in photography.
Newton & Coe – Philip Lee Harvey talks influences from art and developing a photographic style
Newton & Coe – Margaret Soraya talks quiet landscapes and mindfulness in photography. Margaret is an English landscape photographer based in Scotland. Her work is thoughtful and tranquil.