“Wow, you’ve photographed some famous bands! That must make getting more work easy, right?”
Ever wonder what it’s really like to be a music photographer?
In this podcast episode, I sit down with my friend, Jeremy Harris, to discuss his long career as a music photographer.
You might be saying, “Oh yea, who has he photographed?”
Well, a small sampling includes…
Learn more about how Jeremy got started in the music photography business, and his continuing adventures photographing musicians (as well as a few very fun behind-the-scenes stories) on this episode of the podcast.
(PS. I apologize for the ‘tinny’ audio quality – still mastering how to record phone calls)
About Jeremy Harris
“My photography career began in San Francisco assisting some of the Bay Area’s top editorial, advertising, and architectural photographers. I began building my own body of work as a photographer for Kerrang! Magazine, shooting artists such as Ozzy Osbourne at his Hollywood Hills home, Slayer on tour in Mexico City, and Mastodon in Miami Beach. A special assignment photographing abandoned asylums — a longtime personal project, later published in Mother Jones Magazine — brought my business to the East Coast, where I lived for 8 years. I now call Nashville, Tennessee my home, but still travel all over the US on assignment. I have since shot ongoing sports projects for Bicycling Magazine, MMA, and prominent professional boxers. Artists I’ve shot for longtime client iHeartRadio include Blake Shelton, Alanis Morrissette, ZZ Top, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Cheap Trick. Live event photography has included the Warped Tour, Metallica’s Orion Festival, Ozzfest and Rock Star Energy Mayhem Festival. Additional specialties include catalog photography, brand activations, and corporate events.”