Sasha Maslov on visual storytelling

OnlineBound Podcast #24

Sasha Maslov on visual storytelling, creative work and mental health.

June 30, 2022

In this interview I’m speaking with Sasha Maslov, a Ukrainian-American portrait photographer and storyteller based in New York City.

Sasha and I talk about creativity, perfectionism, competition, finding your voice, visual storytelling, and mental health at the times of crisis.

Most notable quotes, “If it’s your work, you tend to be more critical of it.”

“When we have doubts, we look for answers in other people’s work.”

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About Sasha

Sasha Maslov is a Ukrainian-American portrait photographer and storyteller based in New York City. His work has been exhibited in various photo galleries and art spaces around Europe and the United States. Sasha is a regular contributor to a number of magazines and leading publications in New York and around the globe, and is actively pursuing work on his documentary projects.

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OnlineBound is created and produced by Elena Mutonono and edited by Hanna James. Podcast branding and design by Veronika Palovska. Podcast music by James Martin.