• The Museum of Lost Memories with David Gutenmacher

    Every day old photos are finding their way from personal collections to piles of near-trash and anonymity. Fortunately, David Gutenmacher refuses to let those memories become an afterthought or, worse, disappear entirely. We spoke to him about why he started the Museum of Lost Memories, what it takes to return a photo to its rightful owner, and more.

    31m - Apr 9, 2023
  • Restoring Flood-Damaged Photos with Krista Kowalczyk

    Many ask themselves a simple question after a natural disaster - how can I help? Photographer Krista Kowalczyk took her knowledge of photography, paired it with a bit of fortunate timing, and found the perfect way to assist the people of Southwest Florida. She spoke with us about how she began restoring her neighbors' damaged photos and why they matter.

    33m - Mar 9, 2023
  • Diving Into Disposables & FrankenCamera Fun with Kyle Lee

    Photography is easy, right? Point, shoot, and enjoy. For content creator Kyle Lee, there's so much more to it - and so much more fun to be had. Whether getting into the nitty gritty with disposable cameras or building his own from tin cans, Kyle's vintage soul is on full display in his conversation with us.

    28m - Feb 6, 2023
  • An Eye For Estate Sales and a Film Fascination with Tommy Dilger

    The saying goes, "it's the journey, not the destination." However, when old photos and cameras end up with video creator Tommy Dilger, they can rest easily knowing they're in good hands.. He gave us a look into his endless love and knowledge of cameras, what it's like to discover other people's memories, and so much more.

    32m - Jan 11, 2023
  • Connecting With Your Past With Elizabeth Swanay O'Neal

    Family matters. Nobody knows that better than genealogist Elizabeth Swanay O'Neal. Join us for an exciting dive into the evolution of genealogy thanks to technology, why she chose to dig into her family's past and become its keeper, and what others can gain from researching their own families.

    32m - Nov 6, 2022
  • Seeking Survivor Stories With Brad Zarlin

    Throughout modern history, genocide has often reared its ugly head. And while the broad strokes of the Holocaust have found their way into history textbooks, our greatest reminder to 'never forget' remains with its survivors and their stories. Thanks to Brad Zarlin, nearly 2,000 survivors have their stories recorded and publicly available, so we can never forget the atrocities they experienced. He shares how he became a prolific Holocaust survivor archivist and the stories he learned along the way. 

    40m - Aug 11, 2022
  • The Origins Of The Photo Organizing Industry With Cathi Nelson

    Have you ever thought of starting your own photo organizing business? Meet Cathi Nelson of The Photo Manager, the godmother of it all. Join us as Cathi dives into what it took to start an industry. Plus, she explains how she rallied an army of photo organizers to help provide the necessary services to keep generations of photos and memories alive.

    34m - Jul 20, 2022
  • Giving A Voice To the Past With Christian Napier

    Our histories and stories reside only within our memories if never shared with others. Photos might capture a moment within a flash, but it's the telling and passing down of our and our families' histories that bring our brightest memories to light. Christian Napier, founder of Rakonto - an online platform for recording audio stories - joins us in this episode. He dives into why we should record our stories, what it's like to work for the Olympics, and more.

    35m - Jun 16, 2022
  • Holding On To The Past & Present With Cathy Panebianco

    For decades, photo slides were quite the hit within the photo-taking community. Although her family no longer sits around the projector to view those memories, photographer Cathy Panebianco found the perfect way to connect the past and present with a snap of her shutter.

    E2 - 32m - Apr 3, 2022
  • Organizing Memories Better With Mollie Bartelt

    Interested in organizing your photos better but don't know where to start? Professional photo organizer Mollie Bartelt of Pixologie takes us through her journey into the depth of other people's photos and how she helps turn that daunting task into something attainable in the first episode of Photomyne's podcast.

    E1 - 28m - Mar 17, 2022
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