Just Japan Podcast 55: Being a Pro Photographer in Japan
In Episode 55 of the Just Japan Podcast, host Kevin O’Shea speaks with professional photographer Stephen Jackson. Stephen came to Japan interested in photography, but landed his first job as an English teacher. He used teaching as a springboard to his photography career. Teaching got him to Japan where he honed his photography skills. Now he has left the education industry behind is a successful professional photographer working in Japan as well as around the world. Kevin also talks about Hina Matsuri (Girl’s Day) in Japan and the fact that the Just Japan Podcast has been nominated for the 2015 Podcast Award for Best Travel Podcast! YOU CAN VOTE TODAY- we need your help – You can vote daily at the Podcast Awards site (Until March 24th)!
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This week’s guest is photographer Stephen Jackson of Rising Up Studios.
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