08.06.15 by Staff

Photographer Profile: Jessica Lehrman

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The latest instalment of the InFrame video portrait series features documentary photographer, Jessica Lehrman. Having covered largely underground communities and cultures for major media outlets like VICERolling Stone, and The New York Times, Lehrman discusses her approach to photography in a way that is highly personal and impressively business-minded. See the full video below.

 

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  • joseph

    Really liked this she’s the voice of the arts that my generation needs to hear. Great work.





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28.04.17 by Staff

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