Zachary’s Lab Hits Los Angeles: Collaboration with Fue Fetti

Based in Michigan, Zachary’s Lab has worked with rising well known names in the entertainment industry. Branching off to Los Angeles, he took his skills to the home of entertainment: California.

From photography to videography, the man behind the camera deserves the spotlight.

LA’s Fue Fetti had the pleasure of working with him. Watch official music video below:

Fue is originally from Detroit, and the two met in high school. The artist moved to California to pursue his music career. “This was really fun to shoot,” Zachary shares. “We didn’t plan any of it, more or less just a run and gun type deal.”

Find more work on his Instagram here.

We had the pleasure of speaking to the talented visual artist.

Share a bit about yourself:

I’m 20 years old and started taking pictures last year. I moved in with an old friend who did videos and it was always entertaining to see what goes on after the shoot itself. I had a camera all my life but didn’t decide to take it seriously until mid 2020.

If you were to give advice to someone about how to become a photographer, what would you say?

I’d say don’t even do it unless you’re happy doing it. There’s always something new to learn about photography, it never ends, every camera is different. What I wouldn’t say though? The amount of garbage songs I’ve had to edit videos to. It sucks. A lot.

Zachary has been featured on multiple platforms highlighting his business, but this is his debut on Medium. For more, follow Zachary here.

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