On this episode I'm joined by editorial and commercial photographer Yve Assad from her home in Nashville to talk about how she went from growing up in a small town in the south with a love of music and an interest in what was going on in the rest of the world, to studying photojournalism at the University of Georgia, to creating a thesis project based around the characters she found at a biker bar, to working for a small town paper, to finally chasing her dream of going out on her own and photographing the motorcycle culture she fell in love with in college. During our conversion Yve talks about what it was like to travel the country for years photographing the world of flat track motorcycle racing, how that provided her the opportunity to work with brands like Harley Davidson and publications like Iron and Resin, the way she was able to transition into working in the advertising world with everyone from Filson to Ford, and the advice she gives to others out there chasing their own creative dreams.
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