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Talking Paper Interview Series: Siobhán Gallagher

Talking Paper Interview Series: Siobhán Gallagher

Siobhán Gallagher is a Senior Designer with Abrams Kids & Comic Arts in New York City. Raised in Moncton, New Brunswick, Gallagher's personal artwork is influenced by Canadian comic artists like Lynn Johnston, while taking inspiration from her day-to-day NYC experiences. Her humorous take on what grown-up members of The Baby-Sitters Club might look like, dubbed The Jaded Quitters Club, has been featured by BustUs WeeklyHuffington Post, and Refinery29.

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Talking Paper Interview Series: Christopher Moloney

Talking Paper Interview Series: Christopher Moloney

Christopher Moloney is an Atlanta-based, Canadian-born writer and producer for television network HLN, and formerly for CNN in New York City. The proximity of CNN’s Columbus Circle offices to Central Parkand a longstanding love of moviesled Moloney to begin taking photographs of paper screen captures from his favorite filmscarefully holding them in the same frame as the present-day locations where they were shot. His first photo was of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man rampaging down Manhattan’s West Side in 1984's Ghostbusters. Moloney continues to post his film photos to a Tumblr site called FILMography, which he started in June 2012 and where he sells 8X10 prints of his work. One year and hundreds of photos into his project, I interviewed Moloney for a June 2013 post on my Camera In The Sun film blog and discussed the evolution of his unique style of photography, his approach to composition, and his opinions on various film locations. I recently spoke with Moloney again for an update on FILMography and his television writing career since moving to the Deep South, and I have published portions of both interviews here.

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