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Post One: NYMPhoto Art For  Haiti, Benefit Print Auction

The Nymphoto Collective is proud to announce its online auction and print sale to benefit the relief effort in Haiti.

The Art for Haiti auction is coordinated by eBay Giving Works and 100% of the proceeds will go to Partners in Health. The auction & print sale ends March 9, 2010 at 7:30 PM (EST), so place your bid now!

Partners in Health is a recognized non-profit organization that, over the course of 20 years, has established 12 medical non-profit facilities in Haiti. Partners in Health is committed to continue to work with the people of Haiti for better health care.

It has been only a month since the earthquake in Haiti, but the press is already beginning to slow down its coverage, which is why the Nymphoto Collective has organized this online auction. The Haitian people have a very long road ahead to recovery. The artists participating in this fundraiser want to show their solidarity and let the Haitian people know that they will continue to support them in the months and years ahead. Some of the participating artists have family and friends in Haiti, and some have built relationships with the Haitian people and culture through photography.

Work by (in alphabetical order by last name) Keliy Anderson-Staley, Nina Büsing Corvallo, Jeff Cate, Rona Chang, Cameron Goodyear, Candace Gottschalk, Laura Heyman, Geoffrey Hutchinson, Hee Jin Kang, Michelle Kloehn, Yijun Liao, Minette Lee Managhas, Tiana Markova-Gold, Stephen Meierding, Maria Passarotti, Suzanne Révy, Jon Shireman, Emily Shur, Brea Souders, Tema Stauffer, Julianna Swaney, Jane Tam, Hidemi Takagi and Jennifer Williams.

This eclectic group of artists has shown in museums and galleries around the world. The fundraiser offers an opportunity for collectors to acquire artwork and contribute to an important cause.

Please click here:

Post Two: ASMPNY Learning From the Big Guys, How Does a Photographer Become a Brand (NY)
Brands are about the marriage of fact and narrative. It’s important to convey what makes you different – your special capabilities and traits – so that potential clients can easily understand what sets you apart from the competition. We will analyze über-brands that have been constructed based on an individual’s identity (real or assumed), as well as well-known photographers and artists to see how they have done it. This talk is about sharpening your perception skills, so that you can talk articulately about your own – and your client’s – brand. You will come away thinking like a brand strategist, and with some practical tools to use in looking at your own brand.

Admission: Members = Free
Non Member = $30.00 at the door
Students = $5.00 at the door

Register here
http://www.asmp.org/education/event/register?venue_id=317

Time: March 24, 2010
7 PM – 9 PM, Doors open at 6:30 PM
Pizza and Refreshments provided

SOHO PHOTO (MAP)
15 White Street (between Church Street and West Broadway)

New York City, 10013
Beth Taubner will be offering a special at this great event. Beth of Mercurylab has been a Creative Director and Brand Strategist working with creative communications for the past twenty years. She has created branding programs and concepts, visuals and communications for publishing, retailers, educators and creative professionals in the United States, the UK, and worldwide. Her clients have ranged from well-known American brands such as A&E, Sears, Chase, Stop & Shop and Miramax Films to the College of Human Sciences at Auburn University, LA Style Magazine, Conde Nast Bride’s, and International Newsweek. She plays an ongoing role in defining and implementing the brands of many well-known photo agencies, and works closely on brand identification and visual development with some of the top photographers in the world.

Mercurylab.com
beth@mercurylab.com
718-722-7295

Post Three: ASPP Reinvention Weekend In Boston, April 15-18


The complete program is now available for you to view at www.aspp.com .  While you are there, check out the amazing line up of speakers.  I think that by the end of Saturday, our minds will be so full of new ideas, concepts, and information that we will quite ready for the evening’s reception!

The sponsors who have so far shown their support of our weekend: Corbis, ADBASE, Picscout, Virtual Picture Desk, age fotostock, Danita Delimont Stock Photography.

There is a new element to this event, which is a Trade Show on Thursday 15th. Tables are just $150, and you can contact Susan at

susan@agefotostock.com for more information.  The event will be open to the public too, so a great opportunity to showcase your products and services to a local audience as well as attendees.

The Omni Parker House Hotel is in downtown Boston, and is offering us a special room rate of $199, from April 12 – 18, so make plans to see your clients while in town.

Sign up now and get the following benefit:

– if you register (or are already registered) for the conference by March 15th, you will be eligible for a drawing for a complimentary 12-month membership in ASPP (or extension of your existing membership).

– In addition, for all attendees, ADBASE will be raffling off an amazing annual regional subscription to ADBASE, with a value of $695.00.  This raffle will take place on Friday morning, but you have to be present to win.

So here are those quick links:

To register for the conference, go to http://tinyurl.com/ASPPReinvention
To register for the Trade Show, go to http://tinyurl.com/aspptradeshow
To book your room at the hotel, click here:

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