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“I don’t shoot parties. I create films that move people and compel them to take action for causes that really matter.” – Joe Sindorf

And if you want to learn more from Joe you can meet him in person at the Ultimate Photography Workshop this April in San Diego. For more information, go to: http://www.thephotographerslife.com/phw/sd/podcast/.

Great Escape Radio host, Jody Maberry, and Director, Lori Allen, introduce us to Joe Sindorf, an international humanitarian filmmaker.

“Joe’s life is an epic story, yet he’s so humble.”

Joe is an international humanitarian filmmaker who has worked in more than seventy-five countries around the world. He goes into the places where people are suffering: victims of tornados, tsunamis, social injustices and other tragedies.

His still photographs have been published in National Geographic Traveler, Outside, American Photo, World and Professional Photographer among others. His video work has won international film festivals, the NATAS Emmy Award, the George Foster Peabody Award (commonly referred to as the Pulitzer Prize for Television) and others.

In this episode, Joe discusses his work and shares some of his experiences around the world. He also emphasizes the importance of connecting with the people he films and being respectful of the various cultures he encounters.

He shares the keys to creating great stories with words, photographs and video from his niche as a humanitarian and offers tips to anyone interested in this type of unconventional work.

If you aren’t able to travel the world right now like Joe, he assures you there is plenty of diversity and causes to get behind in the USA…

“If you’re going to pick a country to photograph and you want a lot of diversity, you can’t pick a better country than the USA,” says Joe.

Listen in for more of Joe’s experience and his tips for those just starting out in photography and travel writing.

And if you want to learn more from Joe you can meet him in person at the Ultimate Photography Workshop this April in San Diego. For more information, go to: http://www.thephotographerslife.com/phw/sd/podcast/.

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