ShutterFest Educator – Moshe Zusman


-Tell us a little about yourself and studio?

I have been a photographer for over 10 years, and am selftaught. I am continually inspired by my peers in the industry. They push me to be more creative and think outside the box. I consider myself so lucky because I get to do what I love as a job.

-How did you get into photography? Is there a story here? Did you leave a corporate job?

Before photography, I was working in marketing and tech support. I didn’t know it then, but those experiences were a great foundation for starting a photography business. Eventually, I picked up a camera for fun, and fell in love. I started second- and third-shooting weddings, and had about 150 under my belt before going into business for myself.

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