How to Find a Photography Mentor - An Interview with Sabine Meyer of Audubon Magazine

Impact: The Conservation Photography Podcast

Jun 1 2021 • 46 mins

#075: Mentorship is a big, BIG part of finding success and growth.

That's why I asked Sabine Meyer, Director of Photography at National Audubon Society and a Mentor in the upcoming Mentor Program at Conservation Visual Storytellers Academy, to talk with us about her philosophy around mentorship and her experiences in 30 years of working in visual storytelling.

The way that Sabine thinks about mentorships is truly uplifting and helpful. You'll walk away from this episode with a wonderful outlook on what mentorship can do for you in your evolution as a photographer or filmmaker.

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