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Portraying Dignity in Portraits

Aundre Larrow, Kenna Klosterman

Portraying Dignity in Portraits

Aundre Larrow, Kenna Klosterman

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Our weekly audio podcast We Are Photographers brings you true stories from behind the lens and behind the lives of your favorite photographers, filmmakers, and creative industry game-changers. From their struggles to their wins, host Kenna Klosterman discovers the real human stories about why they do what they do.

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In this episode, Aundre recommends how to stay creative and connected during these times. Hear how best to prepare for celebrity shoots when you only have a few minutes and how Aundre approaches photographing on the film set of United Shades. He shares how he quickly connects with the people he's photographing to make them comfortable. We talk about the importance of reducing stigmas of mental health and his work with the organization To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA). Travel across the country with Aundre for his Stories From Here project during his Adobe Creative Residency. Learn Aundre's tips on photographing and post-processing darker skin tones for accurate representation.


Aundre Larrow is a Jamaican-born photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. From his work as an Adobe Creative Resident exploring stories across the country to working on the set of W. Kamau Bell’s United Shades, Aundre seeks to see the truth in each human being. In seeking the fundamental good in every person, Aundre is passionate about helping younger creatives achieve their full potential in art and business. Just as he received a Minolta from his high school drama teacher at 15, he wants to pay it forward with all the knowledge he has.