Today’s guest is Austin based photographer and photo editor at Pitchfork, Matt Lief Anderson. Mat hires the team, handles art direction, scheduling, and putting together the final gallery for festivals and events.
In this interview, Matt talks about why he hires photographers with weird styles that wouldn’t work with most other publications. We talk about his passion for landscape and music photography and how your photos might be published by Pitchfork too.
In this Episode, You’ll learn
- What it takes to put together a photo gallery
- Why a “weird” style for Pitchfork is more important than tack sharp photos
- How to get published on Pitchfork
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