In a world consumed by A-List celebrity media and viral ad campaigns, it makes you wonder who the people are behind the content that everybody loves.
Not only has Detroit-based influencer Jessica Golich experienced significant success photographing musicians and covering large festivals like Coachella, but her appetite for life has led her to brand partnerships with some of the biggest names in the Cannabis. Jessica chats with Montel about how she came to build a business around music journalism & photography and how that parlayed her into becoming a cannabis influencer.
It’s the start of the quarantine when Jessica Golich and I connect by phone. “You can go outside and roll a bowling ball down the street and no one will notice.” And rightfully so. “Now is the time to be mindful, to sacrifice and to stay home.” From the current quietness of downtown Detroit, Jessica shares her story of becoming a photojournalist and her entrepreneurial journey toward building her company Life Beyond The Music.
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