Sexism and Misogyny cause Fabric Nightclub Photographer Sarah Ginn to Leave Music Industry - Magnetic Magazine
Sarah Ginn, resident photographer at Fabric Nightclub in London, has left the music industry due to "sexism and misogyny."

The music industry is far from perfect. It has flaws, far too many loose ends and, unfortunately, is loaded with sexism.

The condescending treatment she endured from artists and other industry professionals over the years pushed her passed her limits, leaving her no choice but to remove herself from the malicious music industry.

Sarah Ginn is well known for her stunning photography for events that take place at the world-renowned Fabric nightclub in London. Ginn was a resident photographer at the club. None of the hurtful treatment she received was endured at the world-renowned Fabric nightclub. 

Ginn shared a very personal note via Twitter that covers the "misogyny and bullying" she suffered. 

Sarah Ginn may have left the music industry, but she will remain doing one thing she's truly remarkable at: photography. She will focus on capturing corporate and production events instead. 

Ginn is affiliated with some of the music industry's most prolific brands, including Red Bull Music Academy, Ram Records, Swamp 81, Arcadia, Defected Records, and XLR8R

Follow Sarah Ginn's work here

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