Holy Land in Crisis

The reason I got into making podcasts was because I was inspired by a podcast I saw by Jake Warga. He's an independent reporter. I was intrigued by Jake's podcast. There was a great story, good production values and good photography too. I've always been interested in reportage, and so for me, it felt like Jake had shown me how to combine my photography with a story.

I've been talking to Jake for the past two years now. He's in Patagonia at the moment, and he's approached me about doing an interview. I'll let you know if something comes of it.

Anyway, I'd love to show you some new stuff by Jake. I've just been on YouTube tonight and found these. I think they're great. It's interesting stuff.

I know that many of the visitors to my site are interested in Landscape Photography only, but I personally feel that most of us start there and progress to other forms of photography. I love portraiture and reportage. I'd love to do some reportage at some point: to tell a story. Perhaps later this year if I manage to make it to Ethiopia (next place on my list). Until then, why not watch these two podcasts to see someone weave a story with some excellent audio and photography: