HTBARP 13 Pooneh Ghana: Working for NME, VICE and Red Bull

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My guest today is Austin based music photographer Pooneh Ghana. She started her career by taking photos of musicians with cheap plastic cameras which she uploaded on flickr. This eventually led to her first festival assignment for a blog where she only used a polaroid camera for her band portraits.

Nowdays, her clients include NMA, Pitchfork, The Rolling Stone Magazine, Red Bull , VICE and many more.

In this episode Pooneh is going to reveal how to get into a tour bus and tour with bands, her approach on shooting backstage portraits on festivals and why she still shoots polaroids.

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In this Episode, You’ll Learn

  • How Pooneh started out as photographer using plastic cameras
  • How to get into a tour bus
  • Her approach for portraits on festivals
  • How to work for media outlets such as NME, The Rolling Stone Magazine, Red Bull and many more
  • Why Ponneh is still shooting Polaroids

Follow Pooneh Ghana

Homepage: https://www.poonehghana.com/

Facebook: @poonehghana

Instagram:@poonehghana

Twitter:@poonehghana

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