Wednesday September 30
Join ASMP Member and lifestyle photographer Inti St. Clair and ASMP General Counsel Thomas Maddrey for a conversation about licensing, copyright, and how to make sure you and your clients are on the same page about the future.
Drawing from her work with advertising clients such as Alaska Airlines, Google, T-Mobile and more, and editorial clients such as Conde Nast, Scholastic, and Modern Luxury among others, Inti will relate the strategies and considerations that help her determine what licenses to grant, what value to consider, and how to get the client to meet you in the middle.
At the same time, Thomas will discuss the license itself, the best practices for communicating with clients and negotiation practices, and what to do if your license is breached.
Of course, the pair answered questions live during the webinar as well.
Meet Our Speakers
Inti St. Clair
Inti St. Clair is a high energy commercial lifestyle & editorial portrait photographer. Based in Austin, Texas, Inti specializes in crafting true “slice-of-life” images. Whether photographing family moments, kids at play, work life interactions, healthcare moments, or portraits, Inti’s images always feel authentic, natural and believable. Her work can be seen in campaigns for Kaiser Permanente, Microsoft, Chase, Build-a-Bear, Phillips 66, AT&T and Arm & Hammer to name a few. She also has years of experience self producing imagery for stock licensing and is happy to answer questions about that as well as questions about bidding & licensing for commercial or editorial projects.
Inti’s photography has been recognized for its excellence by Cannes Lions, International Photography Awards, Lürzer’s Archive, Communication Arts, APA and ASMP.
Thomas Maddrey is the founder and principal attorney at Maddrey PLLC, a boutique copyright and art law firm based in Dallas, TX. He also serves as General Counsel for the American Society of Media Photographers, one of the oldest and largest commercial photography organizations in the country. In addition to representing photographers and their interests, Thomas is a regular author of briefs that fight for photographers’ rights in the US Supreme Court and other Circuit Courts. He currently sits on the Board of The Copyright Alliance, is a member of the Copyright Society of the United States, and is actively involved in almost every major photography copyright matter in the country.
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