It’s no secret that sexism on set is a recurring problem; it’s why we’ve been able to create this series of Stories on Set. We encounter it in all manner of ways, and none are easy or pleasant to contend with.
It’s a perpetual dance around the issue, walking on eggshells while concurrently trying to stand up for your rights as a human being and individual. While all versions of these situations are entirely unacceptable and damaging to all parties involved, I would argue that none is harder to handle diplomatically than when that sexist experience transpires between your clients, the people who actually are employing you and providing the whole opportunity to work with them. As previously accounted in Stories from Set: When Clients Sexualize Each Other During Your Shoot, a similar situation developed while working with the same photographer as his assistant with a different client of his. Due to this, I want to share a new story with you, Stories from Set: When Clients Sexualize Each Other During Your Shoot, Round II. . thephoblographer.com