In this weeks episode, we talk to Hannay Vicary – Co-Founder of the creative agency Tea and Water and also Tea and Water Pictures (the Photographic agency wing). We discuss costing in the industry and understanding the changing nature of the industry in this regard, plus what effect social media is having on that. We also talk about getting an agent and what that involves, and we discuss gender roles in the photography industry.
Hannah mentions the work of the Authority Collective in the US and their efforts getting the work of minorities more into the limelight
Hannahs desert island photobook is Mirai-chan by Kotori Kawashima and her desert island camera is a Leica M6.
If you can see more about the Tea and Water Talks here and the section Insights has numerous interesting interviews to read. To see more work from Tea and Water Pictures you can view the website here and follow them on Instagram here.