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Meet Larry Barnard of Brotherjunior in Opa-Locka

Today we’d like to introduce you to Larry Barnard.

Larry, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
When I first picked up a camera at a Pembroke Park church event, all i knew was you swing it around to point, and then you click to shoot. Without any formal training, my connection to the joy of photography was instantaneous in that moment, and it turned out he was a natural. I didn’t have money for a camera then, but a saving grace came in the form of my friend — a photographer, Josephine Leily.

She was relocating to the west coast, and all her boxes were packed and ready for transport. There was probably a box gently filled with all her gear. As she said goodbye to me, she had left something free of its cardboard confines. It was a camera. And the rest is history.

Has it been a smooth road?
Absolutely not! After finally deciding on perusing a career in fashion photography, my work took on many forms. And after almost 10 years of doing this, maybe a year ago I finally felt confident in what I was shooting.

So let’s switch gears a bit and go into the Brotherjunior story. Tell us more about the business.
Brotherjunior is first, everything fashion photography. But we also are a Creative Agency. Graphic Design, Web Design, TV production, podcasting, Content creation. Pretty much all things media.

What sets us apart is providing consistent and quality service to our clients.

How do you think the industry will change over the next decade?
A lot more working out of the country.

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