Atlanta, Blue Lines, D.C., Josh Smith, Kat Goduco, Kenneth A Suffern Jr, Marcus Fizer, New York, Nikki Giovanni, Photography, poetry, Rise Sushi & Lounge, Sense[Ability], Sonia Sanchez, Venice, Washington Redskins
This week, the Blue Lines Blog has interviewed currently in Atlanta, photographer, poet, jack of many trades extraordinaire, my Pinoy sister Kat Goduco (www.KatGoduco.com).
Q: Describe your current showcase to the fans
KG: Sense[Ability] is a showcase depicts the 5 senses illustrated through photography. It was a collection done for Rise Sushi & Lounge, and is currently being displayed in the restaurant.
Q: Do you ever have photographer’s block and if yes how do you deal with it?
KG: No, there is always an image to be taken.
Q: What types of assignments are you attracted most?
Q: Describe what black and white photography means to you?
KG: Black and white photography captures a real image. It brings out the strengths and you cannot hide the flaws.
Q: Do you think of yourself as an artist and what do you think of the word artist?
KG: Everybody’s an artist, information is displayed differently through each person. And artists is someone with something to say. “I live not to exist, but to express.” That’s also what I want as my first tattoo.
Q: How do you describe your photographic style?
KG: -after a brief pause, Kat’s answer was “lifestyle photojournalist.”