Andria Hautamaki’s Lens: A Journey of Journalism and Horses
Andria Hautamaki is a remarkable freelance photo and print journalist. She has carved her niche in the realms of agriculture, the environment, and rural life. Publications such as National Geographic, CNN, and The New York Times have publisher her freelance work. As an avid reader of Western Horseman, I have read and enjoyed many of Andria’s articles over the past months. She has a unique perspective and a diverse range of topics.
Andria is from Colorado and has a Master’s degree in International Agricultural Development. She lives in Chile on her husband’s family cattle ranch. After getting a grant from the International Women and Media Foundation, Andria focused on her photography. Andria has explored amazing places through her freelance work, telling stories about both people and horses. While Andria is an accomplished writer, her photography is the way she likes to tell stories.
I am particularly intrigued by Andria’s ability to discover interesting tales wherever she roams. We talk about her beginnings in photography, her education, and her travel. She offers an interesting perspective now that she has to perform work on her cattle ranch. The same work she writes about others doing.
Today, we have the privilege of delving into Andria Hautamaki’s life as a journalist and photographer.
Join us to hear about Andria’s encounters with different cultures and her bond with horses. Get ready to be inspired by her remarkable storytelling and the indelible imprint she has made on the field of journalism.
Andria Hautamaki Links Heard on the Show
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