1. 09/17/2013 -

    Emilie Malcorps is a Nice, France based editorial and corporate photographer. Together we built a new website, highlighting her vibrant, seaside location, as well as a print promotion and email campaign. We also created a new body of lifestyle work shot in Morocco. Emilie has started contacting clients for meetings and has already been given assignments from international magazines who were on her dream clients list.

  2. 07/24/2013 -

    Submit by August 30, 2013 for AI-AP’s International Motion Art Awards: The Year’s Best Photography, Illustration, Animation and Design in Motion. The IMAA2 Call For Entries is OPEN. ENTER HERE. Winners will be presented in New York at AI-AP’s BIG TALK Symposium in November and will be shown at The Party celebrating the launch of American Photography 29 and American Illustration 32. Check out the winners in last year’s premier IMAA collection on The Archive. And check out features on the winners on Motion Arts Pro.

  3. 07/11/2013 -

    I’ve recently wrapped up editing Andy Reynolds‘ work for his website relaunch. We created 3 galleries with distinctly different moods. Andy is based in Seattle and works with a variety of commercial and editorial clients who appreciate his quirky concepts and ability to capture every day life with wink.        

  4. 07/08/2013 -

    Life Framer is new photo competition Every month Life Framer makes a call for submissions for images that best capture the month’s competition theme. Life Framer shortlists their favourite images, then they ask a guest judge (Brian Finke is an upcoming judge) to select their winners, and display them to the world on the Lifeframe website, and at the end of the cycle in a special gallery series in London. For more information about Life Framer click here.

  5. 07/05/2013 -

    Caroline Hunter is Deputy Picture Editor of The Guardian’s Weekend Magazine which features gorgeous photography. I recently spoke with Caroline about the process of finding and hiring American photographers from her vantage in the U.K. How often are you hiring U.S.-based photographers? We hire U.S. photographers every week. I work on a busy picture desk and we often feature contributors and celebrities who are based in the US. Sometimes it feels as though we commission more photography in that part of the world than anywhere else! Are you more likely to look for someone who is located in the city you have an …

  6. 04/29/2013 -

    Sarah Lim, an Austin-based editorial photographer, contacted me because she was having trouble making sense of her various types of images. She had travel and documentary and lit studio portraits and natural light environmental portraits. There were a lot of strong images among the folders on her hard drive, but they were having a hard time getting along. We started by first talking about the kind of work that she would like to be getting. Then we started editing her work so that it was a bit more focused and showed off her strengths. We announced the revised edits via email …

  7. 04/18/2013 -

    TheDocumentaryProjectFund was founded to help make sure that photographers who want to tell the stories of their communities will be able to do so. TheDPF focuses on those photographers who work within their communities. They may work locally but the issues of community are the same as those faced globally. Looking through the lens of a photographer who is committed to his community will translate to communities everywhere. Submissions for entry will begin May 15, 2013 and run through June 15, 2013. More information can be found here.  

  8. 04/12/2013 -

    Calling all students! YPA has finalized the locations for the 2013 mentoring program & has a total of seventeen teams set up around the world. The program takes place over the summer beginning June 1st, ending August 15th pairing up students with leading industry professionals. Teams will meet for eight two hour sessions, (days and times to be determined by teams at first meeting). The results of the program will be featured in an exhibition in NYC and will be prominently displayed to a worldwide audience. You will gain experience and insights from your mentors, create new work for your …

  9. 04/10/2013 -

    Jennifer Whitney‘s spring promo is out, and it’s a beautiful custom envelope with four different bodies of work each with its own trifold insert. The themes of each card are: Everyday moments that make up our daily lives, commercial work she shot for Cooking Channel during SXSW 2012, food, and her series on election season called “the vote”, including coverage of RNC 2012 in Tampa.  

  10. 04/05/2013 -

      KLRU Collective filmed photographer Kimberly Finkel Davis and me at the Texas Photo Roundup! I talk about what it takes to be a working professional, and Kimberly visits AgavePrint and Cloverleaf Studio for help with her beautiful print portfolio.

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