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Andrew Foster

I show people my favorite things the way I see them

Job Photographer

Lives In East End

 

Born in USA: 1986.

I'm a photographer originally from Vermont, and now living in Portland. I graduated from the New England School of Communications with a bachelors degree in photography & video. 

I mostly work freelance jobs and specialize in live music. I also take on projects such as wedding, portrait, landscape, product, and promotional photography.

Clients include: Maine Central Institue, Maine Academy of Modern Music, Dispatch Magazine, Maine Magazine, Boston/Portland Phoenix, Verbicide Magazine, Hillytown, Doverfoxcroft Academy, Abercrombie & Fitch, Maines next top model, Miss Kinsman Luxery Swimwear

Why did you choose Portland? Portland is just outside where I grew up. I love the city and the people who inhabit it.

What's the most under-appreciated place or thing in town? ReSession Skate Shop/Portland skate park

Describe your perfect night—and the following morning—in Portland. Photographing a show at Space or the State, followed by editing the photo's the next morning.

Do you have a serendipity spot? Where do you always bump into good people? SIlly's or Hilltop.

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