Diversity in Photography with FreeJuice!

featuring Allison Retina Stewart and Toni Gibbs

In this interview FreeJuice founder/director Allison Retina Stewart and her vice president, Toni Gibbs join the podcast to discuss their mission of increasing diversity in photographic career fields.

About FreeJuice

Free Juice is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to support BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) professionals following the dream of advancing a passion for photography into a thriving career.


Allison Retina Stewart

About Allison Retina Stewart

Allison Retina Stewart, the creator of Free Juice, is a forward-thinking and innovative entrepreneur. After graduating in the top ten of her class at Parsons School of Design, Allison began working as a professional photographer, landing jobs with well-known firms such as the NBA, Refinery29, Jordan, SeatGeek, Godfrey Dadich Partners, and Glossier.

Tony Gibbs

About Toni Gibbs

Toni Gibbs, a native New Yorker, weaves her giving spirit with her area of expertise in the retouching field to contribute vital knowledge and insight to Free Juice. After graduating from Parson’s School of Design, she dove right into visual storytelling through layering and artful processes that capture a person’s profound being in one single, impactful image. She currently manages post-production workflows for several high-end publications.

Instagram: @allisonretina and @freejuicenyc
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/allisonretina/
Site: Freejuice.info

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