Aug 13 2022
Red Lens Episode 4: Thaiphy Phan-Quang from skateboard videography to movement photography
On episode 4 of Red Lens, I talk with Thaiphy Phan-Quang. Thaiphy is a Twin Cities-based photographer, former videographer, and all-around great guy. In this interview you'll hear about his journey from skateboarding, to skateboarding videographer, to movement photographer, and much more!
You can see some of Thaiphy's work and get in touch with him on facebook and instragram.
If you want to skip ahead to a specific part of this episode, here's when time each segment starts:
2:02 News & Updates
8:23 Interview with Thaiphy
Here are some links from things I mentioned in the News & Updates segment:
You can get Brandyn Lee Tulloch's new book, Land of the Free, Home of the Brave here.
You can get Shawna Kenney's new photo book, All Access: Bands on Film here.
You can get Glen E. Friedman's book of Black Flag photos, What I See, here.
You can listen to Fight Back! Radio podcast here.
The statement I referenced condemning the FBI raids on the Uhuru Movement written by the Committee to Stop FBI Repression and the National Alliance Against Racist & Political Repression is here.
This episode's intro/outro song is called Beautiful Boom Bap by Music Unlimited. You can find it here.
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