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EP 8 | Past Mistakes, Best Advice & Creative Internships With Tim Swallow

EP 8 | Past Mistakes, Best Advice & Creative Internships With Tim Swallow

| Tim Swallow |

EP 8 | Past Mistakes, Best Advice & Creative Internships With Tim Swallow

If consider yourself to be reasonably clued in with surf, fashion, lifestyle or even travel photography I’d be surprised if you have not already come across Tim Swallows name. This man is a creative genius and has just in the past year shot editorials for Russh Magazine, Vogue (America, Australia), Monster Children and Harpers Bazaar.

On this episode Tim talks about his influences in photography, super helpful advice for photographers starting out now, his biggest mistakes and so much more.

I am sure that your going to find some value from this interview so click the play button above and have a listen!

Some links to things we discuss in this episode can be found below:

Personal Website: www.timswallow.com

Instagram: @tim_swallow_photo

Commersial Work: www.thelagooncollective.com

Agency: www.thekitchen.com.au

As always we hope that this podcast episode is only the beginning of the conversation. We would love to hear from you about anything and everything. If you liking the show? If you’re hating the show? If there are questions you would like to add? If there are any guests in particular you would like us to get on the show? If there are any topics in particular you would like me to do a show on? As well as anything else… We are here and would love to hear what you have to say.

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Hope to hear from you soon!

Cheers,

Nick

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