Society & Culture
Episode #37 - Estevan Oriol
Without words, photography has the power to reveal to us the essence of an individual. Paul and Jordan talk to world-renowned photographer, Estevan Oriol, about his passion to capture this in his work, through his compelling "street" or ethnographic photography of East Los Angeles, including the difficult realities faced by many Mexican-Americans where he grew up, and the formidable influence his father had in him picking-up a camera in the first place.
No stranger to the music world, Estevan also discusses the rewards and challenges of being a tour manager for Cypress Hill and other culturally-defining musical acts to have emerged from California, as well as how the tough lessons he learned in that capacity might be a useful guide for today's younger generations.
Learn more about and view Estevan's work at estevanoriol.com
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