There is a lot of bravado in photography, and many image-makers avoid talking about the struggle. The reality can be brutal; it’s a tough job in a highly competitive industry. Behind busy Insta feeds there is often a photographer who hasn’t worked for a while, eating an egg and cress sandwich waiting for the phone to ring. Projecting success has become part of the job. However, Alice Mann has a different approach. The young South African photographer is brutally honest and humble, almost to a fault, but it’s refreshing and one of the things I love about her.
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