JACKSON HOLE, Wyoming (May 2018) The Mountain West chapter of the American Society of
Media Photographers (ASMP), invites established and aspiring photographers, as well as artists
and creatives in any field to join professional commercial photographer Andy Anderson as he
discusses what it takes to succeed in the creative world. He’ll touch on the topics of inspiration, hard
work, and what it takes to make a living in a creative career.
Following Andy’s presentation, a panel of artists from the inter-mountain west will further the
discussion by giving their insights on how they’ve navigated their career paths and will answer
questions from the moderator and audience.
Andy Anderson is a highly sought after commercial and editorial photographer and has been
working in the creative industry for over 20 years. His client list includes Yeti coolers, Dodge Ram
trucks, Gray’s Sporting Journal, and many, many others. Andy’s experience and knowledge is
invaluable for anyone seeking insight into a professional career in the creative industry.
Panel participant artists include: Ed Anderson (painter), Kathryn Turner (painter), Bronwyn
Minton (mixed media), Bland Hoke (designer), and Claudia Bueno (light and shadow artist).
About ASMP: Founded in 1944, the American Society of Media Photographers is the premiere
association dedicated to the advocacy of professional photographers, and is the premier trade
association for the world’s most respected photographers. ASMP is the leader in promoting
photographers’ rights, providing education in better business practices, producing business
publications for photographers, and helping to connect clients with professional photographers.
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