Capture Queue is a conversation series that showcases the ideas and reflections of others in a readable format. Each featured individual is photographed and interviewed to offer insight into issues ranging from global affairs to the cognitive sciences; from sustainability in food & farming to social innovation in both the public & private sectors.
Inspired by David Barsamian's book series of transcribed KGNU radio interviews (which simplify complex ideas in a casual context), my own interviews are also laid out in Q & A format for the same reasons of simplicity and readability, while still lending knowledge from the words of these inspiring individuals.
"What most of us must be involved in - whether we teach or write, make films, play music, [create] art, whatever we do - has to not only make people feel good, and inspired, and at one with other people around them, but also has to educate a new generation to do this very modest thing: change the world."
– Howard Zinn
The people featured on this site are people I believe are doing just that: changing the world. By pursuing what they love regardless of whether it's their occupation or just an interest, they are working toward shifting the pendulum away from greed, oppression, and destruction. They are creating a world that is pushing back with generosity, openness, and community. Their encouraging words delivered at first to myself, are now displayed here at Capture Queue to help inspire others to do the same.
I hope you enjoy,
Above images of Tracy by Aaron Aubrey Photography
All other portraits and images on Capture Queue are by Tracy Giesz-Ramsay