One of my greatest joys is to share what I’ve learned with others. Thank you to everyone who honored me with an invitation and to everyone willing to listen.
It was so nice to be invited to speak and support a fantastic organization. I spoke with photographers about brand and marketing with a focus on the fundamentals of building a portfolio website and its place in marketing. Marketing is Not a Dirty Word
My first LOOKbetween gathering was incredibly inspiring. I was honored to have been invited. David Alan Harvey, Mike Davis and I spoke with a small group of photographers titled, “Why make a photograph? Understanding & Harnessing the Photographic Instinct” (quite a privilege). It was a loose format with so many great questions and comments that I learned as well as taught. I thrive and specialize in this kind of safe, casual environment for teaching.
Photo by Andrew Renneisen
I spoke with a small group of photographers about websites, marketing, branding. It was a wonderfully laid-back setting conducive to in-depth discussion and a spirited Q&A volley.
Thank you GRAIN for the invitation and to the photographers who were present.
I gave a talk at the Grady School of Journalism at the University of Georgia about marketing and branding for day-long seminar. My fellow speakers included lawyer Mickey Osterreicher, and photographer Greg Smith. Photographer Stanley Leary blogged about his Lessons Learned at NPPA Business Blitz.
Photo by Akili-Casundria Ramsess
I spoke about content strategy for photographers, particularly how you can use apps, e-books and other new technologies to repackage existing content into effective marketing tools. This was an online webinar where I presented real-world visual examples of how photographers have successfully approached building an effective content strategy and an overview of tools that can be used to streamline the process.
Thank you ASMP and Judy Herrmann for the invitation. To all the attendees, thank you for your time and attention.
Mike and I spoke at B&HPhotoVideo about editing and presenting work online. “How to Easily Present Your Photography Online with A Professional Website”.
This talk was sponsored by Squarespace. Thank you.
I spoke about websites and marketing at The Image Deconstructed photography seminar at the University of North Carolina, Chapel-Hill.
Photograph by Devin Greaney
Another opportunity to practice speaking in public. This is a wonderful annual gathering of photographers in Atlanta, GA. Learn more >
My first GeekFest and my first talk — “Excuse Me, Your Brand is Showing” — about marketing and branding for photographers. We had a great time in St. Petersburg, Florida.