This week, fashion photographer Holly McGlynn, spoke to Jarlath about her incredible journey of hard graft and commitment that has seen her win international recognition and work with some of the biggest brands in the world.
Holly discusses her views on the overwhelming nature of modern life (11:00), the abuse by certain photographers and the place of the #MeToo movement in the fashion industry (50:00) before opening up to Jarlath about her battle with antenatal depression (1:02:00).
From the ballsy move that resulted in an international commission from Levis (35:00), to the value of saying ‘yes’ to everything (32:00) and never giving up (1:08:00), this is a fantastic conversation with one of Ireland’s fastest rising talents on the world stage.
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