May 26, 2015
Ep 62 – Jim Hobart, Founder and Photographer, Macbeth Photo
Jim Hobart, Founder and Photographer of Macbeth Photo is probably best known for his social media head shots of Central Floridians. You’ve probably seen his work on your friend’s profile photos as you scroll through your Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn feeds. On the first Friday of every month, Jim offers anyone the opportunity to have their photo taken for a mere $20 on a rotating calendar of backgrounds..
This month, Jim and his team at Macbeth Photo have created a stunning map of Orlando (inspired by the artistic map design work of local Orlandoan Nathan Selikoff), that you have to check out for yourself. All proceeds will benefit the Rethink Homelessness Campaign.
On today’s show, Jim shares with us:
- Where the idea for First Friday Social Media Head Shots came from.
- How the map of Orlando was created.
- Details on the First Friday Local Love Event.
- A preview on what might happen to the backdrop after the event.
- Aerial photography tips.
- And much more.
Plus, joining us on the show, we have an opportunity to speak with Greg Trujillo and Carolyn Capern – Campaign Strategists for ReThink Homelessness, who talk to us about the state of the homeless community in Orlando and what’s been transpiring behind the scenes of Rethink Homelessness since out last episode featuring Joshua Johnson, Lead Advocate for Rethink Homelessness (Listen to the Episode)
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