Decipher the Media Podcast #20: Still Life Photography, Surrealism, Research and Experimentation, and the Balance of Social Media, Featuring Simran Kaur

Available to download on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, and Stitcher

Joining me from London, Simran Kaur takes some time to describe her most recent artistic endeavors in still life photography and surrealism. Simran talks about her process and how she finds balance between researching and experimenting for her projects, what defines surrealism, and the importance of time and routine in the creative process. We also discuss how to use feedback to your advantage, and Simran explains how to understand and ignore toxic feedback. Finally, we dive into some of the controversies of social media and how we break out of the habits of scrolling and using social media for your benefit.

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Instagram: @simran_k_01

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Twitter: @secroner
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Author: Steven E. Croner

Hey, everyone. How are you? I’m doing pretty well. My name is Steven. I’ve been living in Pittsburgh for a few years now. What sort of projects have I been working on, you ask? Well, I’ve assisted with several indie film productions in that time, mostly directly behind the camera or working with camera operations. It has been pretty fun. I’ve also been working on several other projects individually. This website is a collection of those projects that I do on in my spare time. Please click on the links above to learn about some of the work that I do in digital media and writing. I hope you enjoy my collection, which is a combination of old, archived work and new content I am compelled to share with you. Please feel free to interact, engage, and help me make some friends and colleagues in the creative media communities!

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