Large, square photos of a towering redwood forest, a yacht at sunset and a carefully crafted cup of coffee adorn the walls of Kevin Systrom’s office. At one time, these beautifully shot pictures might have hung in an art gallery. Now they are everyday Instagram, plucked from filtered feeds found in an app on a smartphone.
I interviewed Instagram co-founder and chief executive Kevin Systrom in summer 2015 on whether the app is the visual pulse of the world - or narcissism run rampant. Read the full interview here.