Max Chafkin

Bloomberg Businessweek

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Max Chafkin is a writer for Bloomberg BusinessWeek.

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Max Chafkin’s Instagram account was pretty typical two months ago, with photos of his wife, baby and vacations. Then it focused on professionally styled and staged photos of himself.

Journalist transforms into a professional Instagramer

Max Chafkin’s Instagram account was pretty typical two months ago, with photos of his wife, baby and vacations. Then it focused on professionally styled and staged photos of himself.

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