Iconic street photographer and filmmaker, Cheryl Dunn, and fellow street photographer, Andre D. Wagner, reflect on the power of personal projects, recall their most memorable moments on the street, and reveal why they’ll never be creatively satisfied.
Recorded live at Wythe Hotel on March 8, 2016, as part of The Great Discontent Live event series. Hosts Tina Essmaker and Brad Smith talk to iconic street photographer and filmmaker, Cheryl Dunn, and fellow street photographer, Andre D. Wagner, about the power of personal projects, their most memorable moments on the street, and why they’ll never be creatively satisfied.
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