Bozeman, Montana native Heidi Ross moved to Nashville 12 years ago, and since then she’s built a portfolio of photography work that you’ve likely seen on album covers, book jackets, or the walls at Third Man Records, which recently hosted Heidi’s ILK: Similars 2004-2016 exhibit. The show, which ran for four days at the end of April, featured the talents of several of Heidi’s friends and subjects: DJ sets by Butterfly Boucher and Club Macho, a visit from the Parnassus Books bookmobile, treats from a Steadfast Coffee Bar, a pop-up bakery by Lisa Donovan, and a gospel brunch with Courtney Jaye, all part of a creative and dynamic community that surrounds Heidi.
We caught up with Heidi, who makes a living in creative strategy and content creation, and learned a little more about her background, her role with the NFA, and her favorite pants. Turns out, sometimes the most interesting person is actually behind the camera.
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NFA Board Chair Libby Callaway reflects on the NFA's first year...and what's to come.