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Everything has changed. Work is on hold or altogether dried up. Some of your clients will not exist after this crisis.
If you want to emerge from shelter at home relatively unscathed, you may need to target new clients, and they might not be local.
In this webinar, international photographer mentor and ex photo rep Christina Force will talk about how to get work from clients in a new city, country, or industry, even when you can’t travel.
- Getting clarity and focus during this time
- Identifying the opportunities beyond your existing client base
- How to get noticed and be memorable
- How to adapt your online presence
Christina knows what it’s like to be cut off from the rest of the world. Based in New Zealand, she launched her local photographers into global markets, including LA, Singapore, Hong Kong, and China, and introduced her European and US photographers to Asia.
For the last 8 years, she’s built an online consulting practice helping hundreds of photographers around the world identify their brand magic and build an effective strategy to get work from new reps and clients, wherever they are in the world.
Christina has been a guest speaker and lecturer at many photography events and institutions, including Image Nation (NZ), CATC Design School (Australia), Vivid (Australia), The New York Academy of Film (USA) , CA+ (Hong Kong and Singapore), and Palm Springs Photo Fest (USA). She has been an IPA Lucie Foundation judge since 2011, and a portfolio reviewer at CA+ HK & Singapore, New York Photo Plus, and at the Palm Springs Photo Festival.
Advance registration is required, and space is limited. Attendees will be emailed a webinar link within 24 hours of the webinar.
This webinar is open to ASMP members and non-members nationwide.
100% of ticket sales will be donated directly to the ASMP Legal Fund. Have you benefitted from ASMP’s COVID-19 programming and resources? Do you have concerns about protecting your copyright in the future? This will allow you to access the webinar while also supporting ASMP’s legal advocacy work.
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