Sam Horine

Sam Horine

Sam Horine is a photographer and educator based in New York. He’s a regular explorer of forgotten, abandoned and under-appreciated places and a contributor to NY Magazine, Time Out New York, The Village Voice and Gothamist. He also serves as an instructor at NYU, teaching classes on digital photography. Sam’s work has been published by The New York Times, Frieze, Art Forum, and Rolling Stone, amongst others. He has exhibited in a number of group exhibitions, most recently raising over $20k for hurricane Sandy relief at the Foley. His Instagram account was recently voted best in NYC by the Village Voice.

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Sep 202014

How to Grow Your Business Through Instagram

If you want to grow your network, a platform like Instagram can be a game changer. But is brand awareness the only juice you can squeeze from that lemon? Not anymore. In this panel, learn how photographers are using Instagram to draw in clients and land paying gigs, plus discover how brands are turning to photographers on Instagram to reach new audiences.

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