Harrison Funk is a photojournalist, photographer, and documentary photographer whose name you may be familiar with, but his work you most certainly are, given that some of his images have been seen by billions of people around the globe. Harrison's work includes many of the most notable artists of the 21st century. He has photographed some of the most famous faces and captured moments that no one else would see if it was not for his lens. Harrison's approach to his work has driven him to document and photograph people, times, and events in ways that have not been done before.
In our two part series, Harrison shares his thoughts about how visual arts can define its generation and how some of those efforts have changed over the generations as well.
You can see many of Harrison's portraits on his Instagram page listed in the episode notes below, and you can hear Harrison's thoughts about preparing to be the best that you can be in this first of our two part conversation.
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Learn more about Harrison at http://www.harrisonfunk.com/
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