Kate Siobhan Mulligan

This episode of the podcast is all about giving. Whether it is giving life to a new human being, giving help to disadvantaged communities in developing countries or giving education to aspiring travel photographers and travel writers, my guest Kate Siobhan Mulligan certainly knows what it means to give.

Kate Siobhan Mulligan is a freelance travel photographer and photo-educator from British Columbia, Canada. She is COO of The Giving Lens, taking teams around the world on photo workshops that also partner with local NGO during the trip to document, teach photography, and leave an impact on a community. She also is Lead Photo Faculty for MatadorU.com teaching both fundamentals and advanced Travel Photography courses. When not doing these, she freelances in many other areas, or often turns everything off to explore beautiful BC with her husband and their baby girl.

We started my conversation with Kate talking about what a travel photographer must give up, when she has just given birth to a beautiful baby. We then discussed the work she does with The Giving Lens and with MatadorU. I just love the energy and the hope Kate brings to everything she does and I am sure you will love it too, if you listen to her interview.

Duration 35m 38s.

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Our guest for next week will be Saraya Cortaville.

Music for this episode: “Zanzibar” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Cyclades Islands Photo Tour and Workshop

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TTIM 45 – The Joy Of Giving with Kate Siobhan Mulligan
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One thought on “TTIM 45 – The Joy Of Giving with Kate Siobhan Mulligan

  • October 14, 2016 at 2:30 pm
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    Thank you for that generous, colorful, gift so full of life.
    Nia

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