Making Art You Want to Make
Aired On: Jul 9, 2015
Olivia Bee shares her advice on expediting success in photography without compromising creativity.
Olivia Bee is a photographer and director from Portland who is based in Brooklyn. She is intrigued by the beauty of everyday life and how the beauty of memories – real or imagined – touches us.
Bee's clients include Apple, Lady Magazine, Vans, Elle Magazine, Style.com, W Magazine, iHeart Radio and Obsession Magazine. Her work has been...
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