This is a very special episode of the podcast. When people ask me about why New York is special, I always bring up the wild fact that the people who inspire you can become your friends. One of those people for me is Guy Eppel - one of the earliest photographers I felt inspired by. He’s worked with amazing acts like Beastie Boys, Tame Impala, St Vincent, Bring Me The Horizon, Gang of Youths, Bloc Party, and many many more. It’d be easier to do a list of acts he hasn’t worked with if such a thing is even possible.

On today’s podcast, Guy joins me to talk about his career in music photography and his solo-exhibition, Honor by Honest, He Fell Down Upon Us. The exhibition showcases the Minor Love era of acclaimed music/visual artist Adam Green, a close friend of Guy’s. If you’re in New York, you can experience the exhibition at the Morrison Hotel Gallery (opening night is Thursday, September 26th at 7pm).

"You don't know how long anything is going to last."

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