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Hashtagged: An Instagram community podcast

Need some creative inspiration? The Hashtagged Podcast was created for the Instagram community. Every Monday, we meet a different member of the Instagram community. Each of these inspirational Instagram users share their journey, their thought process, the things that inspire them, and so much more! The Hashtagged Podcast is NOT affiliated with or endorsed by Instagram in any way. Visit us online at www.hashtaggedpodcast.com.
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Mar 27, 2017

Sal D’Alia is the Senior Video Director/Producer at Adorama in NYC. He has worked for Citroen, Nike, Food Network, Glamour, GQ, NY Giants, Bravo, Berman Braum, Sony, DanceOn, Warner Sound, Ultra Records, and John Varvatos. He's a pioneer of the YouTube's original content and his online work can be quantified in 80+ million views.

Mar 20, 2017

Branden Harvey is a professional photographer and storyteller based in Nashville, Tennessee. He has become a leader in the world of online storytelling and uses his unique position to help brands, organizations, dreamers and doers tell their story better. Within the last year, Branden has created several outlets to spread good news to the world through his podcast, Sounds Good along with a Good Newsletter, and most recently - the Good Newspaper. You can find Branden on Instagram @brandenharvey.

Mar 13, 2017
Mary Wyar is a professional photographer, Wife, and Mother based out of Northwest Ohio. While Mary’s business focuses primarily on Weddings, she also photographs boudoir and family portraits.  
 
Mar 6, 2017

Bora is a Toronto based urban photographer and storyteller with over 15 years of experience in creative & design industries. Through storytelling and social influence, Bora has contributed to the global photography scene with pushing the envelope forward by producing evocative visuals that typically focus on the urban lifestyle and architecture using the backdrop of his hometown of Toronto as a constant. His work has been exhibited in various art galleries both in Toronto and New York, as well as promoted in major publications such as The Huffington Post and CBC, to name a few.

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