Edwina Hay on Judging the Flickr Grant for Black Women Photographers – ep 819

Join us in this captivating episode as we sit down with Edwina Hay, a remarkable concert photographer and one of the esteemed judges of the Flickr grant awarded to several talented Black women photographers. Edwina shares her insights into the grant selection process, her personal photography experiences, and the importance of fostering diversity and inclusion within the photography industry.

Discover how initiatives like this profoundly impact the world of photography and empower aspiring Black women photographers to shine. Don't miss this inspiring conversation!

Learn more about the Flickr grant here. And check out the Black Women Photographers Flickr Pool. Connect with Edwina on Instagram, Flickr, Twitter (X), and her website.

About Edwina Hay:

Edwina Hay is a freelance photographer located in Brooklyn, NY. She specializes in live music, event photography, and portraits. As an avid music fan born and raised in New York City, she has taken pictures of musicians performing on stage for two decades and has published some of her images from 1999-2005 that were taken on 35mm film in the Archives section of her website.

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