Meet Misan Harriman - he is a photographer, creative director, activist, and cultural commentator. Harriman first picked up his camera at the age 40 and built a career in only three years - now being in high demand for celebrity and documentary portraits. In this episode of Partners in Time, host Chris Grainger-Herr talks to Misan about political changes in society and how photography helped the photographer to process unjustness by capturing solidarity and the best in people. The IWC CEO and Misan exchange opinions on racing driver Lewis Hamilton, who the photographer captured for the IWC Big Pilot campaign launched in April. Misan mentions his high appreciation for Hamilton, not per se for his sporting achievements but rather for his accomplishments on the sides of the track.
Tune into the great story of Misan Harriman and get additional insights what the self-thought photographer has to say about NFTs and the great opportunity this digital technology brings to both collectors and artist.
This episode of Partners in Time features a truly digital person and a pioneer in his field. Dominic Weir chief digital officer at IWC was born, raised, and educated in central London and will talk to podcast host Paul Ripke about his unique career path.