Several distinguished Southern photographers -- and one distinguished organizer of photographic events -- have been interviewed online lately.
Honored Southern photographer Burk Uzzle (see image above) is interviewed n the Heavy Collective blog out of Australia.
The Heavy Collective interview surveys Uzzle's work, as he puts it, chronicling his "many decades of wrangling with photography and somehow winding up in Wilson, NC."
Kathleen Robbins (see image above) is having a show of work from her Into the Flatland portfolio now up through October 24th, 2014, at the Baum Gallery at the University of Central Arkansas.
Robbins is interviewed about her career and about this work on the Oxford American website, here.
Distinguished North Carolina photographer Titus Brooks Heagins (see image above) is having a show of his work made while working on the African American Music Trails of Eastern North Carolina project for the North Carolina Arts Council.
Heagins' work is part of a group show at the Miriam Block Gallery in Raleigh, NC, up now through November 14th, 2014.
You can see and hear an interview with Heagins about ths work in this show on the video above. The interview with Heagins is the second of three interviews on this video, starting about18 minutes and 20 seconds into the video.
Finally, the annual Slow Exposures show and photography festival is now up and going strong in Pike County, Georgia.
You can see images of this years' goings-on here. You can read an interview with Chris Curry, one of the original founders of Slow Exposures on The Eye of Photography blog, here.