• Chris Burkard on Arctic Storm


    We spoke to the California-based photographer about his style, most memorable shoots, recent film, Arctic Storm - Surfing the Ends of the Earth, and much more...

  • Me Ra Koh on how photography found her


    The images of Me Ra Koh not only record the world around her, but also help heal those impacted by her work. Me Ra Koh told us how she went from being a writer to creating her bold photographs. As a mother, artist, author, and creator, she has taken her family on this journey with her.

  • Vivienne Gucwa on the essence of NYC


    New York City is known to strike awe and inspiration into those who step foot in it. Vivienne Gucwa is endlessly haunted by a sense of saudade and sehnsucht as she travels around New York City: a deep longing for a place that is unidentifiable but somehow familiar and indicative of what could be identified as home. We spoke with Vivienne to discuss how she distills the essence of New York City and other places around the world into distinctive visual remnants that resonate with her audience.

  • Jeff Berlin on urban life and space suits


    Fully immersed in urban life, Jeff Berlin has a way of capturing the iconic faces that would be known in any city. He has shot fashion, beauty, and celebrity portraits for some of the world’s top editorial and commercial clients. We caught up with New Yorker and talked about how photographing is collecting and experiencing new worlds.

  • Cristina Mittermeier on capturing the power of nature


    Director of Por el Planeta, the largest conservation and nature photography competition in the world, Cristina Mittermeier’s sat down with us to discuss the unprecedented power of images to show both the world’s beauty and its troubles.

  • Andy Katz on wanderlust


    Filled with his love of photography and wanderlust, Andy Katz’s travels the globe. From the deserts of Namibia to the disappearing Jewish World of Eastern Europe to the rolling hills of the California wine country, his subjects range as broadly as his travels and adventures. Each journey for Katz is a new exploration of images. We spoke with Andy about his passion for photography and what places to visit are on his bucket list.

  • Brian Smith on the greatest moments of his life and career


    Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Brian Smith could easily be called the luckiest guy on the planet. He’s told Bill Gates exactly what to do for an entire hour, appeared on The X Factor, and experienced many other remarkable things. We spoke with Brian to find out how he does it all.

  • George Georgiou on seeing through preconceived notions of place


    A longtime Sony photographer, George Georgiou explores Europe, Asia, and other places around the world to lose the burden of the images already seen and present these places through a new lens. We spoke with George to learn how he approaches photography and how he comes to understand a country and its people.

  • Sanjit Das on the intimate connection in photography


    Panos Pictures photographer Sanjit Das travels through the transforming economic and political landscapes of developing countries in his work. His first project for us chronicled the individuals living in the community around the Brahmaputra River in Asia. We spoke with him to find out what inspires him in choosing the subject of his photography and how he captures the rhythm of life around him.

  • Introducing: Zackary Canepari


    We talked to the Panos Pictures photographer about girlfriends, anarchist squatters and dream photo assignments as he joins the Sony Global Imaging Ambassadors program.