HTBARP 47 Sarah Bennett: Working For Kerrang and Rolling Stone!

HTBARP 47 Sarah Bennett: Working For Kerrang!, Rolling Stone and The Guardian

Today’s guest is Sarah a music and portrait photographer born and based in Reading.

Her clients include Upset Magazine, Rolling Stone, Kerrang! Magazine, The Guardian, and The Observer to name a few. She also regularly works as an in-house photographer at the renowned O2 Academy Brixton.

In this interview, we’ll talk about Sarah’s approach when it comes down to shooting portraits of Rockstars.

In This Episode, You’ll learn

  • about how Sarah started her career as a music photographer
  • about Sarah approach to shoot portraits for magazines such as Kerrang! and Rolling Stone Magazine
  • how she sees the future of the music photography business

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Homepage:  www.slb.photography

Twitter: @slb_photo

Instagram: @slb_photo

 

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