The Alchemy of Inspiration
Aired On: Sep 5, 2013
Amber Gray discusses her body of work, which reflects her sense of humor and penchant for glam-rock.
Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Amber Gray is a conceptual photographer who specializes in beauty, fashion and advertising photography. Shortly after studying at the San Francisco Art Institute, she landed her first commercial shoot for a big advertising agency and used the money she earned to move to New York City, where she has been based ever since.
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