Photography is the art of the image while the work of many poems is to render images from the raw material of language. Both forms can also seek to find the essence of a person, place, object, or experience through mimesis and distillation. In this session, Griffiths and Jackson, who are both practicing poets and photographers, will discuss the intersection of these two artforms—how they speak to one another, how they work against one another, how they veer away from one another. They will also discuss their approach to each form as well as their poetic and photographic influences. Moderated by poet Iain Haley Pollock.