Lou Jones Interveiwed

Thursday, January 13, 2011

One year ago we traveled to New York City to be interviewed by James Sullivan of 1PROPHOTO. James teaches a compact and complete course called Photo Assistant Boot Camp for photo assistants & digital assistants and runs the website 1PROPHOTO.com featuring online tutorials, industry links, and photographic resources.

We were videotaped at SANDBOX STUDIOS on a pleasant day in Manhattan.
James asks questions about my entire career, from my transition from science to photography and the struggles that I faced, to finding my professional voice and making an impact on the industry.


Its a Four part video Posted up at 1PROPHOTO.com here is the 1st part...


Lou Jones interview part 1 from 1ProPhotoCom on Vimeo.


To see the other Three parts of the interview please go HERE...

1 comments:

Anonymous,  February 9, 2011 at 12:06 PM  

Hi Lou - Just saw Pt. 1 of your interview - interesting. Will check other parts out later.
Re: Photograph of "salt & pepper" - knowing the professional you are, I am sure you have a good answer for me - Why is the pepper to the left of the salt? I figured the salt would come first since we do look at things from left to right, & we always seem to say "salt & pepper." Thanks! Walt Carter

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