sun podcasts
SUN podcasts are available to download free on iTunes

They feature interviews with photographers, designers, art directors and others.

several of our podcasts have images embedded with the audio track. You can view these if you are playing the podcast in iTunes on your computer, have a video enabled iPod, or use Quicktime to play the podcast.

If you subscribe to the SUN AWARDS podcast in iTunes, the latest podcast will automatically be downloaded to your computer.
To do this either visit our section on iTunes (search the iTunes Store for SUN AWARDS)
or simply click on either of these  links…

• iTunes SUN Awards
• Subscribe to SUN Awards podcasts in iTunes  free

Here is a list of all our podcasts (most recent at bottom of page)

SUN interviews Andy Cheetham    25:27   
An interview with Andy Cheetham, Creative Director of Cheetham Bell JWT Manchester

SUN interview with Paul Wenham-Clarke    19:26
Is undertaking an MA in photography a way of moving your career to  new level?

Overview Call for Entries   10:14 
A 10 minute summary of how to enter the SUN Awards

SUN Awards interviews Ady Bibby    18:52   
Ady Bibby picks his favourites images from SUN 2007

SUN Awards    2:39   
Jon Boyes talks about being Best Image winner 2005

SUN Awards exhibition    1:07
Video of the SUN Awards and Special Edition at the Biscuit Factory March 2006

Location Finding    29:05  
The ins and outs of photographers using location finders. Nick Jones and Jonathan Oakes in conversation.

Guy Farrow about Locations    31:10
Guy talks about his work and what its like to work on location

John Baxter – SUN winner 2007    23:18
John talks bout his rise to commercial success through a series of photographic books looking at different people’s unique occupations and activities.

McCoy Wynne  – Quiescence   40:39
Photographic partnership Steve McCoy and Stephanie Wynne talk about their recent exhibition Quiescence and how they manage to merge personal projects with their full time commercial work

Coming soon…
Martin Beckett – retrospective on photography