Chatter #64 – Katie McQuillan on Creativity and Exporting the Northern Irish Identity

Our guest on today’s show was Katie McQuillan, a photographer and videographer from Belfast Northern Ireland whose work has been chosen by the World Health Organization to front their entire worldwide coronavirus campaign. Katie is also a former classmate of mine so it was a pleasure to catch up and discuss creativity, her development as an artist and photographer, the Northern Irish identity, and the constraints and pressures of being a creative in our social media driven world.
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