2021 Professional Portfolio Sponsors

Professional Portfolio Review

ASMP Colorado and AIGA Colorado would like to thank all of our event sponsors for making the 2021 Professional Portfolio Review possible.

Amy V. Cooper Portrait

Amy V. Cooper



instagram: @amyvcooper

Amy V. Cooper is one of the top photography consultants in the U.S. with over 20 years of experience working as a professional photographer, photo editor (for magazines and television), art buyer (for advertising agencies and Fortune 500 brands) and as a photography agent. She has the unique experience of having been on every possible side of the camera with a variety of clients including UPS, Microsoft, Mary Kay, Coca-Cola, Netflix, Teen Vogue, Esquire and many more brands. Amy loves encouraging and empowering commercial and editorial photographers at all levels of experience. She specializes in portfolio reviews, editing, and developing marketing strategies to help photographers reach the clients that they dream of working with.


Daniel Hirsh

Daniel Hirsh



instagram: @jdhirsh

I have been a professional photographer for more than eighteen years with my work appearing in both local and national publications. My talents lie in my ability to tell a story by artistically capturing real moments and to quickly build rapport with my clients through a fun yet professional experience. I earned a BFA in photography from the Art Institute of Boston. My photography studio is based in Boulder, Colorado where I live with my wife and two children. When I’m not shooting photos, I enjoy traveling, swimming, working on a fine art print, and volunteering in the community as the newsletter chair on the board of ASMP Colorado.


Paul Weinrauch (he/him/his), DEI Liaison

Paul Weinrauch



instagram: @weinrauch

Capturing moments in time that truly tell a story, or evoke a vibrant emotion in the people who view his work are what drive Paul Weinrauch to pour himself into his photography. With his business, specializing in portraiture, we simply like to set the stage and adjust the lighting. On top of his business, Paul runs the photography, journalism and graphics design programs at Red Rocks Community College, as well as teaching classes in photography and business.