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October 16, 2013

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Rachel Joy Baransi

I really like this post, Artie. Stuck with me. I've shared it with a few friends. I interview the people I work with before I take them on as clients. I want to like my work and I want the people I work for to like me. It's just as important that I see potential in getting to know them (and like them) as it is they they are willing to be vulnerable in letting me know them, before I photograph them.

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