© Fred Levy

Photo Annual Launch

The Griffin Museum will host the 1st ever Photo Annual launch on 9/22 – in person!  Check it out!  It looks great and will be heading to New England art buyers this fall.  We’d like to congratulate our winners: General * Adam Glanzman, Billie Weiss, Cate Brown, Colgan Johnson, Cory Silken, David Leifer, Dina Konovalov,…

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Personal Projects with Janice Checchio, Lou Jones and Mark Ostow

Please join us for an evening of inspiration with 3 incredible photographers who will share their latest long-term personal projects.   Janice Checchio: Daily Self Portrait In 2020, photographer Janice Checchio revisited a past project with the goal of taking a unique, daily self-portrait for the entirety of the year, exploring what could be created…

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Climate Change: Indigenous Perspectives

Climate change is the largest existential crisis ever faced by humanity. Indigenous Peoples understand that the changing climate is a symptom of underlying paradigms that need to change. We need to act boldly to limit the worst effects, yet our efforts have been hampered by racism, colonialism and corporate greed. Indigenous communities worldwide are on…

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Portfolio Reviews

Registration Open Thru January 11. New England and Connecticut chapter members starting 12/29. Open to other chapter members starting 1/4. Join us for 2 days of portfolio reviews! Portfolio reviews are one of the best ways to forge relationships with potential clients and market professionals who can give you terrific insight into your own work. …

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Portfolio Reviews

Registration Open Thru January 11. New England and Connecticut chapter members starting 12/29. Open to other chapter members starting 1/4. Join us for 2 days of portfolio reviews! Portfolio reviews are one of the best ways to forge relationships with potential clients and market professionals who can give you terrific insight into your own work. …

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© Karim Ben Khelifa

Looking to the Future – The Enemy: A Photojournalist Uses Virtual Reality to Tell a Story Impossible with Photography

Sponsors Space for Arts and Canon along with ASMPNE and ASMPCT are proud to present The Enemy which is the last online program for ASMP’s 75th Anniversary celebration Looking to the Future. As a photojournalist, Karim Ben Khelifa covered Middle Eastern conflicts.  Despite being a very talented storyteller with a camera, Karim saw immense potential…

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© Rosh Sillars

Looking to the Future – Pricing for Photographers

Sponsors Space for Arts and Canon along with ASMPNE and ASMPCT are proud to present Pricing for Photographers which is the third online program for ASMP’s 75th Anniversary celebration Looking to the Future. Rosh Sillars shares insight about how to price photography in 2020.  With so many photographers competing for work today, Rosh now declares…

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Looking to the Future: Brand Narrative: What is it and how can you use it to maximize your portfolio?

  Sponsors Space for Arts and Canon along with ASMPNE and ASMPCT are proud to present Brand Narrative which is the second online program for ASMP’s 75th Anniversary celebration Looking to the Future. If you haven’t already noticed, the days of the hero image are over. Thanks to the constant evolution of social media in our daily lives, the advertising industry has…

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Community Conversation Number 1

Community Conversation #1: Video Tips & Tricks and Working on Location Today

ASMP New England invites you to join us Tuesday evening, July 14, from 8:00—10:00 pm, for the first in a series of community conversations about the challenges of being a professional photographer in today’s environment. Each iteration of these interactive events with offer two topics for conversation. After an introduction to the subject we will…

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Elsa Dorfman B-Side Netflix Watch Party

ASMP New England is happy to announce a Netflix Watch Party for The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography on Tuesday, May 19th at 8PM.  This movie, by Errol Morris, explores the polaroid portrait work of Cambridge resident Elsa Dorfman.  You will be able to watch the movie and share comments with one another via the…

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