March 27, 2020
There is an essential element in a photograph that is that key thing that makes it stand out, makes it something we ponder, something we remember. And I call that element soul.
March 24, 2020
Getting stuck creatively is a really easy pit to fall into. Luckily, there's an easy solution to get out of the slump.
March 22, 2020
The two essential mindsets and the three-step process that helps you build bright spots of certainty through uncertain times.
March 17, 2020
Finding and nurturing your personal style ends up being a huge asset both in standing out from the crowd, and in preserving your creative sanity. But it isn't always an easy process to get there. Here are the three truths I discovered about what it takes to find your own personal style.
March 10, 2020
Being part of a community that speaks your language and supports your work is one of the most critical components of a successful career as a conservation photographer.
March 3, 2020
Why is having a continuously growing email list so important to both your business and your impact as a conservation visual storyteller? This is a really, really important question to be asking right now.
February 25, 2020
What sets conservation photographers apart from all other photographers? The answer lies in part in what we do after our photos are published. As a conservation photographer, this is often when the hard work of making an impact actually begins.
February 21, 2020
Knowing that there are six types of images that you need to tell the full story gives you a path to follow as you shoot.
February 18, 2020
If there is one single simple tool that can radically up your game as a conservation photographer, it's this.
February 8, 2020
#005 This is an extra special episode. Today, I’m bringing you the same exciting masterclass I taught to live audiences when I launched my digital course, Conservation Photography 101. I had a fantastic time teaching this material because I got to see how engaged the audience was, recognizing the limiting beliefs that are keeping them stuck, and how energized they were to blow past them and find success. It wasn’t enough for me to teach the masterclass a handful of times and leave it at that. This stuff is too powerful.So, today we’re tackling five limiting beliefs that keep too many talented photographers stuck in place, not moving forward with the stories they could do such an amazing job photographing… and publishing!And even if you have published stories under your belt, I’m willing to bet you have limiting beliefs that make it tough for you to get to the next level in your work. If that’s the case, please listen in because you’ll pick up some tips and inspiration for tackling any limiting belief holding you back.It’s all about mindset, and this episode will help you get on the right track!I created an extra awesome freebie to go with this episode. Grab The Photographer's Successful Mindset Workbook at'll LearnThe 5 most common limiting beliefs I see among emerging conservation photographersThe one next step to take to tackle that limiting belief to the groundThe most effective way to be published as a conservation photographer this yearThe roadmap that will help you find and photograph a photo storyResources & Links MentionedConservation Photography 101Conservation Photojournalism 7-Day IntensivesClay Bolt
February 6, 2020
#003 Let me set the scene…You sit down to your laptop on a mission. You’re going to pull together a selection of your best work for someone - it’s an editor who is interested in seeing more from a story you're working on, or it’s for a client who you hope might hire you for an important gig.You  sit down and pull up your catalog of images. And WHAM! Brick wall. There are thousands of images in there! How are you supposed to pull out only the best? Which of them even ARE your best? Which of them go well together, add on one another? How many photos is enough and too much to include? How should you order them? What  is your portfolio supposed to SAY about you?You slowly close your laptop and walk away. Curating a portfolio of images is tough. No two ways about it. But, thankfully there’s a process to it. And once you know this process it gets a whole. Lot. Easier. We’re going to break it down together, right now. In this episode I walk you through each step of the 5 step process, which includes: Determining your portfolio’s purpose - who is going to see it and what response do you want to get from them?The wide edit - Pulling a big selection of the best, to make sure your final portfolio really shows off the diversity of style, skill and content that you have in your archiveThe final edit - The images that will ultimately make up your  final portfolio. This is where you want to loop in friends over coffee (or whiskey… whiskey works too) and get their feedbackOrdering your images - Create a visual flow or a story flow for your portfolio of imagesReorder and Review - The fine tuning happens here but only after you take two very important steps. Be sure to download the free Portfolio Editing Worksheet at
February 2, 2020
#001: How can you make a bigger impact with your images? How do you reach a larger audience with your photography, and get that audience to act? And importantly, how can you make a living in this "do-good" niche of conservation photography? It's time to take a deep dive into the art and science of being an effective conservation visual storyteller. hope you enjoy the first episode, where you'll hear about the who, what, why and what to expect from this podcast dedicated to conservation photographers who are ready to make an impact. If you'd like to get the show notes or sign up for email notifications, head over to
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