Pyragraph LIVE from the Albuquerque Press Club: Jessamyn Lovell The author of Dear Erin Hart talks art, film and family


Jessamyn Lovell is a photographer who for years has explored the realm of public versus private. When a woman named Erin Hart stole her identity, it was no-brainer that Jessamyn would turn the experience into an art project. Our hosts Peri Pakroo and Clarke Condé talk with Jessamyn about the book that resulted from this situation—Dear Erin Hartand the incredible publicity it generated, issues related to privacy in art, going to school in Rochester, New York, and her husband Lee Montgomery’s drones.

Thanks as always to Contributing Editor Jeremy Kinter and Turtle O’Toole for running A/V and tech with a minimum of dropped frames.

Theme song: “You Know Who You Are” by Sam Miller.

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