Aired On: Jun 5, 2014
Jeff Lipsky compares and contrasts his approach on photographing country artists in Nashville and celebrities in Los Angeles, sharing his personal anecdotes on interacting with notable personalities such as Keith Urban, Blake Shelton and Carrie Underwood.
Los Angeles-based photographer Jeff Lipsky has traveled the world capturing striking images for editorial and advertising clients. His images have graced the covers and pages of Vogue, Esquire, Glamour, ESPN The Magazine, Outside and Women’s Health, among others.
Lipsky’s simplistic and organic approach towards...
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