Podcasts have become a daily method of media consumption, and for good reason.
They allow the end user to multitask or fully focus on just the voices in your ears.
I enjoy them so much so, that I co-created a podcast centered around outdoor photography.
Enough rambling on, here is a shortlist in no particular order of some of my personal favorite podcasts not just on photography, but creativity and art in general.
Note: Each title is a clickable link to their respective Podcast Addict page, which is my preferred podcast app of choice. Most, if not all of these podcasts are available on the big name streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Podcasts, etc.
This podcast is an absolute joy to listen to as the episodes are typically 45-55 minutes in length and jam-packed full of wisdom and thoughtful conversation. Jeffrey Saddoris and Sean Tucker are both witty and amusing to hear their banter to, yet know when to shut that off for some serious topics centered around ‘creativity and making.’ I binge-listened to all the episodes in less than two weeks, if that counts for anything of a recommendation.
Dave Morrow is a photography whose work I found from his YouTube channel, and someone whose philosophies on life and creativity I find truly inspiring. His podcast features very short tidbits on aspects of business, backpacking, landscape photography and more. One of the most underrated in the photography world today.
Cody Schultz and Ben Horne team up in this uniquely film-focused however refreshing podcast. These two creatives discuss their approaches to photography and take on a more philosophical approach at large with their imagery. This one is well worth the listen.
Probably the most popular example here is Chase Jarvis, having started as an action sports photographer and moved into creative entrepreneurship such as founding CreativeLive. This podcast features many talks by Chase himself and interviews with top creatives in the industry of art, design and business.
This special show is all about finding the joy to create the art you did in the first place and does a great with it through guided meditations and other spoken word passages.
Ok, I don’t listen to the show beyond recording and editing it, but that shouldn’t stop you!
What podcasts do you listen to? How do they spark your creativity? Send me an email or comment with your favorites.