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Episode 34: René de Carufel

May 2, 2008

renedecarufel.jpgRené de Carufel is a man on a mission. With over 30 years experience as a commercial and portrait photographer, this French-Canadian artiste has been influenced by many photography greats. So one day he thought to himself, “Wouldn’t it be great to meet these incredible photographers and put together a book of face portraits.” So René spent two years photographing such industry giants and Gordan Parks, Arnold Newman, Albert Watson, Howard Schatz, and many, many more. One hundred to be exact. In this inspiring interview, René shares with us how he went from med school student to photographer, and his journey in creating this amazing book. Hear some great anecdotes and get an amazing insight into René’s philosophy on photography. I guarantee it will enliven your spirit.

Next week, we interview recent Top 10 wedding and portrait photographer, Boda bag creator, and star of “The Studio,” Jim Garner.

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  1. May 3, 2008 at 12:24 pm

    There is something about his bio pic that is so piercing. I love it…! For some reason I feel like he’s looking right at me. It’s a strange feeling. Anyway… great interview. You rock Ron!

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