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June 14, 2022 20 min

Host Susan Brink talks with Richard Conde,  a NYC based photographer.. He currently serves as Senior Staff Photographer for the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, and is the official photographer for the Newport, Exit 0, and Jazz Mobile jazz festivals, as well as New York's famed Birdland Jazz Club.  Conde's much in-demand work which has been praised as "making the invisible visible" has appeared in numerous publications, including the New York Times, NPR Radio, Down Beat, Jazz Times and National Geographic magazines. National Geographic recently added his work to their permanent stock collection. He has also shot many album covers, the latest for Verve Records. His camera of choice is the Nikon D5. He is currently represented by H.P Garcia gallery in New York City. www.richardcondephotos.com

Susan's second guest, Jazz Journalist Association President Howard Mandel,  discusses “Seeing Jazz: JJA Photographers Master Classes,” a new monthly series, which goes live at 1 pm ET on Saturday, June 25,as Award-winning Argentine-born/New York-based Adriana Mateo discusses her work with Hrayr Attarian, chair of the JJA’s Photo of the Year committee, in an interactive Zoom session.

Registration is free for JJA members, $10 to the public.

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