20.08.18

Mary Gaudin

Photographer

Mary Gaudin is a New Zealand born photographer currently based in the south of France. Her focus is on architecture and interiors, preferring to use her medium-format film camera whenever possible. Along with Matt Arnold of Sons & Co, she published a photography book on New Zealand mid-century architecture: Down the Long Driveway, You’ll See It. Mary is currently researching a companion book.

What role does music play in your day-to-day life as a creative?

I mainly listen to Podcasts while editing photos. It suits my way of working and helps with my French.

Tell us about your playlist.

Boomerang
Augustin Trapenard’s daily chats with mainly French cultural personalities.

Monocle’s Meet The Writers
Georgina Godwin talks with writers about their backgrounds & inspirations.

Le Genie des Lieux
A Radio France Culture programme which each episode looks at a different French architectural place, from Le Corbusier’s La Tourette to Le Parc de la Villet.

76 Small Rooms
A podcast discussing New Zealand architecture.

Front Row
BBC radio 4’s daily cultural magazine programme.

The Forum Podcast
Another BBC radio 4 favourite weekly podcast which delves into subjects ranging from Indian Princely States to Taming Nature.

How To Fail With Elizabeth Day
This podcast celebrates the things that haven’t gone right. The first episode with the birlliant Phoebe Wller-Bridge creator of the series Fleabag.

Layers
A podcast of stories about style and how we get dressed. Cohosted by Stevie Mackenzie-Smith and Ana Kinsella

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Boomerang
Monocle’s Meet The Writers
Le Genie des Lieux
76 Small Rooms
Front Row
The Forum
How To Fail With Elizabeth Day
Layers