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FSB100: Joey L

January 1, 2010

Seems like every industry has those young wunderkinds that accomplish more in just a few years at a young age that many professionals do their entire lives. Today’s guest is Joey Lawrence. No, not the 80s teen heart throb, but the young pro photographer from Canada made famous for his work shooting the “Twilight” movie poster. As of the taping of this interview, the dude had just turned 20 a week earlier. In this engaging interview we get up close and personal with Joey. He shares with us how he got into photography, what he likes to shoot and why, how we got into pro photography, and he shares some stories about his travels to Africa that may make you cringe. (NOTE: due to the graphic nature of one of his stories, parental guidance is suggested). He also chimes in on his feelings about using tools like Photoshop. This interview will either inspire you, or piss you off that he’s done so much at a young age. Hopefully, it’ll be the former.

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  1. January 7, 2010 at 8:44 pm

    Yes. The iTunes podcast subscription has changed. Sorry. I haven't had a chance to add an explanation to the current iTunes feed. Click on the \”subscribe to iTunes\” link for this interview and you'll get the new feed. Your interview is in the new feed too. If you've ever subscribed to the FSB:In Living Color feed (which was the video version of th show), they you're already set.Sorry for any incovenience. Having both the audio and video shows in the same feed will be much better. Also, blip.tv is more stable than the previous host we used for the audio feed.

  2. January 7, 2010 at 8:11 pm

    Say Ron, this isn't showing up in my iTunes podcast subscription…the last one I have is Alex's interview. Has the iTunes podcast location changed?

  1. August 9, 2010 at 6:47 am
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