I had my first brush stroke at a photo shoot when I was 16.
I remember looking down at my canvas and thinking, “Oh, I really am talented, and I can do this.”
It took me years to find that same spark that made me realize I was special, that my artistry was a gift, and that it could transform lives.
Today, I work for photographers, designers, filmmakers, and illustrators, and often use photography as my medium of expression.
The power of photography is a gift that I think we need to embrace more than ever.
In this episode, we talk with photographer Michael Krumholz about his love of photography and his career as an artist.
Michael Kramholz is a photographer, graphic designer, and visual artist from Los Angeles.
He has been working with clients in the arts, fashion, and media for 15 years.
He is currently a full-time graphic designer and director of design at Design by Design, an organization dedicated to helping creatives achieve their creative visions.
He teaches photography at USC and also teaches the film program at the University of Southern California.
This episode originally aired on February 19, 2019.
Links and more information: http://www.cnn.com/shows/the-new-world-report/news/photographer-says-she-has-gifted-to-photography-a-new…