Katie Kline – Episode 60

“That’s the thing I get most excited about with photography is what you can hide from the viewer and how you can frame your work to make it something that is very specific or might not be seen just passing by.” Katie Kline’s photography was influenced by her father’s job at Disneyland and their frequent trips to the land of artifice. Now Katie sees a little Disney wherever she travels and you can see it in her landscapes and the way she records the details of places that aspire to be more. Katie also teaches photography at a High School in North Hollywood California and we talk about the benefits of learning photography by shooting film and using a traditional darkroom. This episode sponsored by the School of Visual Arts MFA Photography, Video, & Related Media – Charles Traub, Chair. http://www.mfaphoto.sva.edu/ Links: http://www.katiekline.com/ https://www.instagram.com/katiekline/ https://www.instagram.com/robertkline/ (Katie’s father’s IG) Visit www.thephotoshow.org realphotoshow on Twitter/IG/FB Twitter twitter.com/realphotoshow Instagram instagram.com/realphotoshow/ Facebook www.facebook.com/realphotoshow