I've been following Terragrams for some time now meaning to post about it, but it unfortunately fell into that deep cavern of my brain in which good thoughts sometimes go and rarely return.
With a certain dearth of media platforms available presenting the voices of landscape architecture's acclaimed practitioners, Terragrams is a welcomed and needed initiative from creator Craig Verzone. From the site:
Terragrams is a podcast designed to capture the voices of those responsible for forming our constructed landscapes, both promising practitioners as well as their mature counterparts. Using the face-to-face interview as its desired medium, the project is the first cross-generational digital archive aimed solely at collecting conversations with and about professionals in the field of landscape architecture. Terragrams publishes regularly, free-of-charge and intends to go beyond collecting sound bites. Interviews run approximately 60 minutes and allow for a very wide range of inquiry; they are first-hand, intimate and exclusive.
Future guests include John Beardsley, René Bihan, Gabriele Kiefer, Ken Smith, Maria Goula and Dan Kiley.
No doubt looking forward to additional interviews and developments.