My interview with Dr. Lisa Belisle on Love Maine Radio is live!

It’s wide-ranging and soulful.

This episode also features Suzette McAvoy executive director of The Center For Maine Contemporary Art.

Listen to it here.

Get to know photographer Jock Sturges better with this video interview.

Read my conversation with Jock Sturges here.

View 12 Great Photographs By Jock Sturges here.

Read 25 Great Quotes By PhotographerJock Sturges here.

View more in the Essential Collection Of Documentaries On Photographers.

Arnold Newman shares insights from a life in photography.

View 12 Great Photographs By Arnold Newman.

Read more in Photographer’s Quotes.

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Find out more about Arnold Newman here.

Master photographer Fredrick Sommer discusses his life in photography.

Read quotes by Fredrick Sommer.

View 12 Great Photographs By Fredrick Sommer

View more in The Essential Collection Of Documentaries On Photographers.


The June issue of Shutterbug features an extended interview with me and a portfolio of my work.

Find out more about Shutterbug magazine here.

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All About The Image’s Woodrow Walden did a short and sweet interview with me by email recently.

You can read the final results here.

And you can compare the rough cut Q&A version here.


WW    Have you always known you wanted to be an artist, or did you have other aspirations as a child?

JPC    Art has always been a part of my life but I didn’t commit to making it a career until graduating from high school. At one point, I seriously considered becoming a marine biologist.

WW    You were raised in a very artistic household. Your Father of course, is photographer Paul Caponigro, and your Mother is graphic designer Eleanor Caponigro. How much influence would you say that had on your decision to become a photographer and eventually a photo-based digital artist?

JPC   Both of my parents have had a tremendous influence on me. They laid my foundations in photography (dad) and painting (mom).

WW   What was your first camera?

JPC    I don’t remember. The most significant camera I remember receiving as a gift was one of the two Dierdorff cameras my father used to photograph the megalithic monuments in the British Isles.

WW   How old were you when took your first photo and what was the subject and do you still have it?

JPC   I don’t remember. I remember my first significant moment in photography was photographing a black cat in an Irish field with my mother when I was less than four years old – and the amazed look on my mother’s face when the cat couldn’t be found in any of the several images we took.

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