STUDIO OWNERSHIP: ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION – April 11th, 2022 5:00PM PST

Join Emily Sandifer, ASMP-LA VP and Loft 1923 owner, for a virtual roundtable as LA based studio owners discuss their experiences. Topics will include finding the right space and negotiating a lease, renovation triumphs and woes, and the pros and cons of renting to others for productions and events. You’ll also gather information on whether…

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A World At Home Continues: A Follow Up With the Photographers

The July 2020 group photo exhibition A World At Home; Connecting Outer Lives and Private Spaces is an important document of the early days of the pandemic and has touched many visitors to ASMP-LA’s website. Please join a virtual presentation as we follow up with the participating photographers. We’ll see photos they made over the…

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Virtual Portfolio Reviews

Portfolio reviews are a pivotal opportunity for photographers and other lens-based artists to connect and build relationships with editors, agencies, galleries, and other industry experts. Reviews provide a chance to share work, receive critical feedback, and grow the bonds within our community. In an effort to remove barriers that impede equal access within our industry,…

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December 2 Town Hall

2020 has been a wild year! ASMP LA and San Diego members are invited to an open Town Hall meeting to reconnect with our southern California photo community and meet new board members Kate Warren and Elsa Espino. Open to members and non-members – all are welcome!   Wednesday, December 2, 2020 at noon PT…

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Exhibition "W|ALLS: Defend, Divide, and the Divine" at the Annenberg Space for Photography in December 2019.

ANNENBERG SPACE FOR PHOTOGRAPHY CLOSING

Showcased Visual Storytelling, Created Community, and Brought Photoville to LA Where They Sponsored Our Exhibition Written by Nancy Kaye Philanthropist Wallis Annenberg who founded Annenberg Space for Photography, which was always free to the public, explained in a release, “…It’s been a joy and a privilege to share my favorite art form with the Los…

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Target New Territories

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…

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