Presenting Coffee Talk: a weekly roundtable led by the city's best doers curated by Presence Agency.
Every Wednesday at 1pm we'll be sipping Stumptown Coffee in the lobby while we chat with some of our favorite people in town about what they're doing.
Our next installment features Anjali Pinto, Photographer and Writer. Anjali is currently finding herself in the midst of a career change, and will be with us discussing shapeshifting, and moving from one career to another.
Anjali Pinto is a photographer and writer based in Chicago. She received a BA in photojournalism from the University of Missouri, with special training at the Danish School of Media and Journalism. She is available for documentary, editorial and commercial assignments. For more details on rates or availability, email email@example.com.
Her work focuses on the following topics: women, body image, feminism, lgbtq+ , poc, education, youth, non-profits, community development, immigration, civil rights, human rights, government, death, grief, mourning, memory, sexuality, love, partnership, food, drink and travel.
Clients include: New York Times, BITCH Magazine, Harper's Bazaar, Washington Post, Refinery 29, Food & Wine, Food Network, Rolling Stone, Chicago Magazine, Chicago Reader, Chicago Community Trust.