Wednesday, June 24 @3pmET
ASMP presents a webinar with four photography professionals: “What we know about what it takes to work in a new and unfamiliar environment.”
Topics that will be addressed:
- The physical practicalities for large or small crews or no crew at all
- Safety protocol best practices for protecting yourself and those around you
- New legal issues: waivers, policies and procedures
- Insurance changes
- Communication challenges, both on-set and remote with clients
- New technologies for production
- Hair, makeup and wardrobe changes
- Changes in what clients should expect from a day’s work
- Budget impacts
- How Hollywood and commercial productions influence new standards
BARRY SCHWARTZ, Moderator. Barry is a photographer, writer, educator and a former two-term member of the ASMP national board. He currently writes and edits for the national website. He produces architecture, interior, hospitality, portraits and documentary work for commercial and editorial clients. He conducts workshops on professional practices from two hours to two days based on a 16-week college class he started at Pasadena City College.
AMY YVONNE YU is an executive producer who has been producing stills, video and experiential content for over 18 years for clients in the agency and production side. Her client list includes AKQA, Levi’s, The Selby, Wieden+Kennedy, and she has worked with public figures such as David Beckham, Justin Timberlake and Susan Sarandon. Her commercial work includes branded content for Activision, Audi, Air Jordan, EA Games, Scion, and her 32 interactive music videos created for Visa for the FIFA World Cup has gotten ~100 million views. Amy often does speaking engagements and interviews regarding integrated content production and her creative career to educate and inspire others in her industry. She also consults clients on processes for successful productions.
RICHARD KELLY is a photographer and leader in the photography community as well as a respected educator and speaker. For the last 30 years, Richard has added the color to our favorite stories, the personality to advertisements and the polish to professional portraits in stills and motion. He is a past president of the National Board of ASMP and received the United Nations International Photographic Council Leadership Award in 2011 for his advocacy work relating to photography, artist rights and copyright. Richard has been an educator for more than 15 years and recently became an adjunct instructor at Point Park University in Pittsburgh in the Photography BFA program. In 2018, he launched the Richard Kelly Experience photography workshops for artists and enthusiasts of all ages. During the 2020 pandemic, Richard launched “Talking Photography N’at,” a live virtual meetup space for photographers to discuss and review works in progress, personal and commercial projects, and inspirational works of other photographers.
ELIZABETH WEINBERG is an award-winning photographer and director based in Los Angeles, California. She specializes in storytelling that fuses a loose approach with measured precision for the moment. Her work is informed by her photojournalism education and is documentary at its core. She is renowned for her celebrity portraits and lifestyle imagery, shooting in a relaxed, no-frills manner that brings out the shared humanity in all of her subjects. Elizabeth has been recognized with awards and features from PDN’s 30 Photographers to Watch, the Art Directors Club’s Young Guns, American Photography and Communication Arts.
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