Paul Kwiatkowski – Tom Griggs | Ghost Guessed – Ep.79

“I think the first thing that happened, which is the big overarching theme of the book, was the missing Malaysian plane…and all the kind of mythology and conspiracy that followed it, and that led to a much bigger more personal theme, which is about Andrew, Tom’s cousin, who also died in a plane crash.” – Paul Kwiatkowski “The book is not a reflection on how we process grief, it is actually processing grief.” – Tom Griggs Paul Kwiatkowski and Tom Griggs stop by SVA to talk about their new book, Ghost Guessed. We have a really wonderful conversation about collaboration and personal and public grief. Tom and Paul talk about the experience of making this book and how Tom’s loss of his cousin in a plane crash, and Paul’s loss of his grandmother to HIV, allowed them to work in partnership with each other to create this narrative about how we try to create order and reason while experiencing life and processing loss. This episode sponsored by the School of Visual Arts MFA Photography, Video, & Related Media – Charles Traub, Chair. Visit @realphotoshow on Twitter/IG/FB Links: