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APA LA: In Conversation with ... Miranda Penn Turin
Join us for this series which will feature different photographers every other week - sharing their work, stories about favorite images, personal projects, how they collaborate, what inspires them, etc.

Wednesday July 1st - 12PM PST:

Guest: Miranda Penn Turin
Miranda's Guest: Peggy Callahan

Miranda Penn Turin is a freelance photographer and director who has been specializing in portraiture, fashion and beauty for over thirty years. She was born in Boston, Massachusetts and splits her time between New York and LA - she shoots all over the world and is grateful to have the best crew on the planet. She first picked up a camera at about eight when her mother gave her a Polaroid Swinger for her birthday. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in creative writing, but her passion for photography overrode her major. She still considers assisting the greatest photographic education she could possibly get and feels this step is essential to truly hone one's skill and knowhow.

Her clients include Coty, Max Factor, Sony, Universal, Fox, Warner Bros. Records, Converse, Four Seasons, Chase and many others. She is currently working with Voices4Freedom, a humanitarian organization committed to abolishing human trafficking. Her images of the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu provide the the cover art for The Book of Joy.

https://www.mirandapennturin.com
https://www.instagram.com/mirandapennturin/


Miranda's Guest: Peggy Callahan

Peggy Callahan’s sense of fairness has driven her work in television and human rights activism. Currently Peggy is producing a film with His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu and heads an anti-slavery organization, Voices4Freedom.

https://www.voices4freedom.org/


Host: Elisabeth Caren

Los Angeles native Elisabeth Caren is an editorial, advertising and fine art photographer and APA LA board member.

https://www.ecarenphoto.com
https://www.instagram.com/ecarenphoto/

Jul 1, 2020 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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