“Now it’s like a circus and it’s worse than it’s ever been. There are a lot of people turning up to shows to be photographed and not necessarily going to shows...it’s become monetized in a large way.” - Dan Roberts, Photographer.
Dan Roberts grew up in Auckland’s Devonport with a love of skateboarding and surfing. Back then he wasn’t very interested in fashion and a role in the industry never crossed his mind. That changed the day Roberts picked up a camera and today he’s a photographer who works alongside the best in the fashion industry.
“I’m trying to interpret what’s happening in the industry at any given time [both] on and off the runway and I try and capture that with what people are wearing on the street,” he says.
Listen to the podcast below to find out how Dan paved out his career with his site Threadslike, shooting at fashion week events around the world and why it pays to do things your own way...
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