They’re some artists out there who were meant to only be artists. You’ll get that feeling from looking at their work and seeing how much of themselves they’re able to express within their art. New York-based photographer Sacha Lecca is such an artist. Since childhood, he’s held a pure passion for black and white photography and capturing the rawest of moments. That passion has also been the focal point of his career as a photo editor; from Newsweek to Rolling Stone (yes, THAT Rolling Stone). On this episode of the podcast, Ken Grand-Pierre chats with Sacha about his early life, the musicians he’s worked with and what it’s actually like to be the deputy photo editor at one of the most important magazines in the world.

"Everything else paled in comparison."

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