Aired On: Sep 18, 2014
David McClister discusses the learning curves of finding his own shooting style and how he learned to follow his "gut."
Nashville-based photographer David McClister grew up in the South and began his career as a filmmaker and music video director. At the urging of his wife, he picked up a still camera and began photographing several local bands and musicians that he admired.
McClister fell in love with the medium and eventually photographed Ryan Adams’ album “Heartbreaker.” Fourteen...
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