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Nikki Di Franco, Freelance Art Producer, Shares Her Path To Art Production

So often people want to know the story behind the photographer or the creative on a project, but what about the art producer?  Art production is such an interesting job to say the least. 1,600 more words

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Firestations - In Their Own Words

Think of the rapidly gentrifying, increasingly leafy setting of Walthamstow in North-East London and only one band really springs to mind, E(ast)17. Yet the area is actually steeped in musical history, or at least musical trivia anyway: the front cover of Parklife by Blur was shot at the now defunct dog track, Wings mentioned it in their 1979 track Old Siam Sir, and in more recent years it’s become a slightly surprising setting for some of Grime’s finest records. 1,316 more words

Tim Tadder: Nothing To See

In striving to approach his work with originality every time, Tim Tadder believes in never taking the foot off the gas pedal when looking for inspiration.  158 more words

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David Martinez's relationship with "The Personal Project"

David Martinez writes about his on-going relationship with personal projects and how they take on a life of their own. Unlike a commercial shoot, personal projects don’t have due dates or official beginnings and endings, however Martinez enjoys the process of growth they bring to his work. 435 more words

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Andy Anderson's 12 days of Instagram

Before the end of last year, Andy Anderson and I explored deeper what it meant for him to be a photographer. The conversations, were enlightening and even after a twenty year friendship, I still learned new things about Andy and how his experiences have made him who he is today. 75 more words

Name Dropping

Interview with Cliff Lewis: Director of Art Production at Droga

So often people want to know the story behind the photographer or the creative on a project, but what about the art producer?  Art production is such an interesting job to say the least. 855 more words

Notes From A Rep's Journal