July 15, 2020

I had a terrific time being interviewed by the GlaszArt Photo Journal and talking about my photography for this article, "Around the World with Photographer Matt Conti."

In addition to the photo journal, Laura Ganz is a wonderful artist from Maine. She initially contacted me about my international travel images, included the ones shown below that appear in the article. The irony, of course, is that all travel was pretty much halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so it was an enjoyable activity to reminisce about these experiences.

  • Desert Tower Star Trails

  • Typewriters for Sale at Antananarivo Market

  • Aurora swirls over Nenets camp in Northern Siberia

  • Luck from a subway statue

  • Grand Canal Reflections

Of course, I could not help but talk about my hometown of Boston and how it led me to focus on cityscapes and urban scenes. We also delved into night photography as a special interest and dealing with unpredictable factors, such as weather. That was a great lead in to my Boston in the Snow series.

Boston Images

  • Boston Rings Fountain

  • Snowy Street

    Boston's North End Snowed In

  • Zakim under the Viaduct

In discussing inspirations, I believe that having ongoing projects is important and I try to keep several going locally. One of the first that I continue today are festival photos from Italian feasts, primarily in the North End neighborhood.

Festival Photos

  • Flying to the Madonna

  • St. Anthony's Italian Feast

Head over to GlaszArt Photo Journal to read the extensive interview at this link

Matt

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