Posts Tagged ‘editorial photographer interview’

Matthew Turley is an advertising and editorial photographer based in Salt Lake City, Utah and represented by Bay Area agency Marianne Campbell Associates. In the six years he has been shooting professionally, he has built an advertising and editorial client list that includes The Home Depot, RAM Trucks, IHG, and Bollé, as well as Men’s […]


This interview features an anonymous source. An in-house photographer at a magazine and web publishing company. Most of my interviews feature commercial, freelance photographers and the discussions revolve around inspiration, personal vision, the road to success and specific jobs. For a primarily editorial shooter, and even a catalog or commercial photographer, an in-house gig could […]


Lou Mora is an LA advertising and editorial photographer who specializes in portraits and lifestyle photography for a client list that includes Ford, Bank of America, Asics, Nike, Intel, Shure, Hill Holiday, Rue, Heeb, Huck, and Universal Music Group among others. I was referred to Lou by a colleague I met while working on Future […]


I believe in coincidences and in following a path lit more brightly by their prescience. Last week I had a conversation with a rep in which we discussed, among other things, how San Francisco tends to isolate itself from the larger art and commercial art worlds, to its detriment. In thinking about this afterwards, I […]