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ASMP Talk: Social Media for Photographers with Andrew Scrivani

By September 12, 2019September 24th, 2019Strictly Business Blog, Webinars

Monday September 23 @ 12:00pmET

Join us for a talk with Photographer/Director/Producer Andrew Scrivani, who will discuss the impact and importance that social media has had on the business, art, and perceptions of photography in the marketplace. Andrew will share his experiences in how participation in Social Media can help photographers understand how to navigate this complicated ecosystem.  Bring your questions.

Register in advance for this webinar below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with details about joining the webinar on September 23. The webinar will be recorded and posted in the ASMP Webinar Archives for viewing by members at a later date.

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Speaker Bio: Andrew Scrivani

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Andrew Scrivani is a photographer, director and producer who has worked on editorial, publishing, advertising, content creation, documentary and feature film projects. He is also an internationally recognized ​workshop instructor​ and author and columnist​ on the subject of visuals.

Andrew is also an Executive Producer for the film company Borough Five Pictures and has recently completed work on his first full-length feature film,​ Team Marco, and his first short film,​ 10 Shots. Andrew’s first book, ​That Photo Makes Me Hungry,​ by Countryman Press launches on November 26th, 2019.

Clients include The New York Times, Conde Nast, Meredith Corporation, Hearst Corporation, Apple, Adobe, CreativeLIVE, Disney, Hay House Publishing, Clarkson Potter, Harper Collins, Norton and Grey Advertising.   Andrew’s recent work also includes directing and photographing the latest campaigns for Oprah Winfrey’s O, That’s Good Foods, and Bumble Bee Tuna, as well as directing a short documentary film for The New Yorker Magazine, The Blades of New York’s ‘Forged In Fire’ Contestants. Andrew’s latest cookbook collaboration with Anna Gass of Food 52, Heirloom Kitchen, is available April 2019.

He is represented by ​Ray Brown​ for directorial requests and still photography.

Featured image: Andrew Scrivani

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