Society & Culture:Personal Journals
Conor Horgan: Episode 288
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This week Conor Horgan joined Jarlath from his home overlooking the city of Paris to discuss his life as one of Ireland’s most respected photographers, his work as a director and new path in screenwriting.
Conor tells the incredible story of being a runaway teenager in London (5:00), how he became obsessed with photography (11:00) and the beauty of not having a plan in life (22:00).
Conor also discusses the life-changing experience of directing The Queen of Ireland while history was being made (43:00) to revealing a big secret in the world of advertising (35:00), a thoroughly fascinating discussion of the creative process (Patreon Extended Cut Only) and much more.
For more information on Conor and to checkout some of his work, visit http://www.conorhorgan.com/
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