This week I was featured on the aijcast- a podcast that features conversations with artists about what inspires us and how we address justice through our creativity ran by Marthame Sanders. He is an Atlanta-based dad, artist, and pastor. A graduate of Yale University and the University of Chicago, Marthame has served in ministry as international mission staff, youth director, and solo pastor. aijcast is his latest project, seeking to unite his passion for faith, art, and justice. Marthame and his wife, Elizabeth, keep busy parenting their two sons, ages 7 and 11, who are awesome but—let’s be honest—kind of immature. Marthame enjoys writing music, improvising on stage, and the fact that his two sons give him cover to play with Legos®. He will tell anyone who will listen (and some who won’t) about the documentary film series he and Elizabeth produced. Unfortunately, his bragging undermines his “street cred.”
I had a great time speaking with Marthame Sanders on this podcast. He is a great host- passionate, honest, humble and insightful. His genuine personality allowed me to feel comfortable and confident to express my opinions on topics such as social politics, empathy and the field of photography.
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