On this special episode I chat with the portraitist Gregory Heisler who I’d just met in Boston, while we were both on assignment for Sports Illustrated Magazine where he shot a cover photo that involved an elaborate production, closing down a busy city block at the Boston Marathon finish line on the one-year anniversary of those terrible Boston bombings. It turns out we have a lot in common, including a mentor, Arnold Newman, who in a strange way brought us both to Manhattan at the beginning of our careers. We talk about connecting with those who inspire you, how to build on those relationships, professionalism, looking back on his own bushiness practices, branding, promotion, social media, networking, and much, much more. So sit back, relax, and and have a coffee with us at the Westin Copley Place in downtown Boston.
Photo Brigade Podcast #36 with Gregory Heisler
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