FRAMES Photography Podcast with Jo-Anne McArthur

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Jo-Anne McArthur, award-winning animal photojournalist, sought-after speaker, and the founder of We Animals Media.

You can listen to this interview using our podcast player below, but we strongly encourage you to subscribe to the podcast in your podcast app, so that you don’t miss any future episodes of the show.

Jo-Anne McArthur has documented our fraught relationship with animals for almost two decades.

She is the author of three books, We Animals (2014), Captive (2017), and HIDDEN: Animals in the Anthropocene (2020) and was the subject of Canadian filmmaker Liz Marshall’s acclaimed documentary, The Ghosts in Our Machine.

Jo-Anne is based in Toronto, Canada and travels many months each year to document and share the stories of animals worldwide.

A newly castrated piglet and a cat at a factory farm.
© Jo-Anne McArthur
Steers hung and bleeding out while another steer is stunned before slaughter.
© Jo-Anne McArthur
A sow in a gestation crate.
© Jo-Anne McArthur
Rabbits next in line for slaughter.
© Jo-Anne McArthur
A dog being sold for meat with their legs tied to wooden sticks at the Bac Ha market.
© Jo-Anne McArthur




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