Episode 19: Interview With Karen Hutton

Photographer, Writer, Host, and Purveyor of Awesomeness!


Karen Hutton

Photo credit: Alan Shapiro

Today we chat with Karen Hutton: photographer, writer, host, and purveyor of awesomeness. I’ll let her take it away in her own words:

“My world is a big ball of photographic, voiceover and content creational fun. Think of it as; Lenses and Light – meet Microphones, Words and Sound. Don’t look so surprised! They actually play beautifully together.

Now then, photography. That’s the air I breathe. That’s lifelong, undying love and passion. For me, it’s all about: Connection. Inspiration. Story. Humor. And Beauty. Who couldn’t do with more beauty in the world? I love photographers because they wear their heart on their sleeve and it lives in their work. We’re lucky – because we get to share a breathtaking world view. Our intensely personal story… the one that we just HAVE to tell or our hearts will simply burst from the withholding of it.”

In our discussion, Karen shares with us how she’s following her passion and staying true to her creative self. I’m especially excited for you all to hear our interview because we chat about how creative people can learn, grow, and bravely take that personal journey towards their goals in unconventional ways.

I want to give a huge thank you to Karen for taking the time to chat with us! I consider myself as much a student as the listening audience, and appreciate her sharing her extensive knowledge.


…It’s all about: Connection. Inspiration. Story. Humor. And Beauty.


Karen Can Be Found At:

» KarenHutton.com: The hub of her activity, including links to her voice over work, blog, photography portfolio, interview series, and Life Is Light Galleries.

» KarenHuttonPhotography.com: The hub of her photographic activity.

Karen’s Recommended Resources

» Lynda.com: Online video tutorials.

» KelbyOne.com: Great photography courses, taught through videos.

  1. Keren Hutton was a great guest and it was a great interview. Keep it up.

  2. JohnTupper Thanks, John! I agree, Karen is such an inspiration to talk to. I’m glad you enjoyed the interview!