Today’s guest is A.F. Cortes, a multidisciplinary artist in the fields of screenwriting, directing, design and photography.
In this interview we’re going to talk about the underground music scene in Brooklyn, about Andres job as a filmmaker and how it differs from his photography work and Andres will talk about his newest music documentary REHEARSAL SPACE, that explores the creative process of iconic musicians.
Find Andres work, his favorite camera equipment and much more on his show notes page at htbarp.com/andrescortes
In this Episode, You’ll learn
- about the underground music scene in Brooklyn
- how being a filmmaker differs from Andres photography work
- Andres newest music documentary REHEARSAL SPACE
- Best Camera For Photography: Canon 5D Mark VI
- Best Lens For Concert Photography: Canon EF 50mm f/1.2 L USM
- Best Record Of All Time: Sonic Youth – Daydream Nation
- Music Photographer you admire: Mick Rock, Danny Clinch, Ebru Yildiz
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Rehearsal Space: www.rehearsalspace.tv/episode-
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