What does it take to make a name for yourself in photography?

The Skate To Create skateboard podcast catches up with promising photographer, Matt Day. Gifted a Kodak camera to document his childhood, Matt, is evolving into a successful, self-made photographer. Starting off photographing his friends while skateboarding to having a professional YouTube Channel, he’s successfully combined both of his passions and found his way working into the industry.   

We interview the Ohio based photographer, Matt Day about his beginnings in lifestyle photography, following a passionate career path and the importance of interacting with your community as a photographer . We learn more about his contribution to Chris Rays’ project Flying Strangers and his photo book A Friend of Mine. Those that are interested in photography, want to hear how to get a start in a self starting career.

Click here for Matt Day's website.

Click here for Matt Day's website.

Friend of Mine is a book by Matt Day that focuses on his hometown of Chillicothe, Ohio. From the portraits of people he encounters to the landscapes he stumbles upon while driving backroads, these are the things that create the aesthetic of the town he loves.

Friend of Mine is a book by Matt Day that focuses on his hometown of Chillicothe, Ohio. From the portraits of people he encounters to the landscapes he stumbles upon while driving backroads, these are the things that create the aesthetic of the town he loves.

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