One of the recurring themes that has come out of this time off that the COVID-19 pandemic has imposed on us is that a lot of people have used this newfound free time to explore facets of their creative impulses that they otherwise wouldn't have.
It's no secret that the those in the Creative Arts have been severely affected by current events. However, as my next guest has demonstrated, one cannot restrain the creative urge, pandemic be damned.
Isaac Alvarez is a commercial photographer, director, and artist based in Los Angeles, California.
His immense love of photographing people has lead him to work with some of the top public relations firms in Beverly Hills.
Well known for his dramatic portraits that resonate emotions, his images offers viewers a powerful insight into the lives of his subjects. While his images are often on the edge of any situation, photographing the situation is not nearly as interesting as photographing the edges of human emotions.
Isaac specializes in portrait and commercial photography with a touch of fashion and editorial. His photographs have appeared in various media including magazines, posters, commercials, billboards, catalogs, and advertising materials.
On this short, yet very candid and energetic episode, Isaac inspires us with his words of truth as he encourages us to believe in ourselves, put in the effort, relying on our team and daring to be impactful along our journey of growth and impact.
Make sure to follow and show some love for Isaac's wonderful #HearMe Movement
portrait series, aimed at spreading positivity through a simple message captured on a video call.
I want to thank Isaac for his gracious time and availability as he took our call while actually on set of his on ongoing "Making A Portrait
" interview/documentary series where he gives us a front-row seat to the creative and production process of making his incredible portraits - while interviewing his subjects at the same time.
You can connect with Isaac via Instagram
as well as his official website
You can download the MP3 for this episode by right-clicking here
and choosing "Save As"