We Are All Videographers – Q&A with Julia Richter


WAAV – Julia Richter takes a peek.

“You approach your new-found passion with a healthy dose of trepidation and doubt. Anxious to unveil the world of wonder that lies behind that little red button.” – TVG

Julia moved to Harlem from Budapest Hungary 6 months ago to study clinical psychology at Columbia. Photography is her hobby and she recently started looking to expand those interests into the video realm. Julia dropped by the photo-booth with her Canon in hand and gave us a peek into her new found passion. She is the prototypical artist in the WAAV portrait series.

How long have you been shooting? 

I mostly do photography, I have just recently started thinking in motion pictures.

What is your primary camera?  

It’s a Canon 40D.

What is your other passion?

Being on the road, traveling.

What is your favorite city to shoot in? 

Havana. It is a breathtaking city, full of stories, culture, mystery and passion.

If you had one historical event or figure you could shoot or interview, who would it be? 

I would document some group sessions of Muhammad, Moses and Jesus in a therapy room. I guess it would probably get a few views on youtube.

What do you love most about videography?

I love rhythms, it is basically what I am missing working with still pictures. Videography gives you the same freedom as photography, but adds all these other modalities to play with.

Do you have a video website yet?

Not Yet.

Thank you Julia.

If you are interested in being a part of the WAAV project and you’re in the NYC area drop us an email.


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