Tuesday, February 21st @ 11amPT/2pmET
Join ASMP Executive Director, Tom Kennedy, in a virtual interview with LA-based freelance photographer, Todd Bigelow, to discuss the many issues – building a portfolio, making client connections, licensing, protecting your works – facing freelance photographers in today’s fast-paced, tumultuous times. Following the one-on-one interview, Tom will open up the discussion with Todd to include a Q&A with webinar attendees. So, prepare your questions and REGISTER TODAY for a very insightful and inspiring talk with one of the industry’s most thoughtful and experienced creators.
Los Angeles based freelance photographer Todd Bigelow has handled assignment work for more than twenty-five years for some of the world’s leading publications, non-profits and corporations including Sports Illustrated, National Geographic Traveler, Smithsonian, Time, ESPN.com, Newsweek, People, The NY Times Magazine, Costco, Target, The James Irvine Foundation and others. While at the LA Times he contributed to two team Pulitzer Prizes for coverage of the LA Riots and Northridge Earthquake. Portions of his long term project documenting immigration have been exhibited internationally and several images reside in the permanent collection at the California Museum of Photography and the Oakland Museum of California. His workshop, The Business of Photography, is offered by leading universities, professional photography organizations and photography conferences around the country and has been named three times as a “fantastic” and “inspiring” workshop by Photoshelter. Todd also teaches photography and photojournalism courses at California State University Northridge and UCLA Extension.
Course topics, testimonials and registration links at www.BusinessOfPhotographyWorkshop.com
• NPPA Northern Short Course, March 2-4 in Fairfax, VA. Todd will teach two workshop sessions:
• Understanding and Breaking into the Freelance Market (75 minutes)
• Analyzing Contracts, Creating Licensing Revenue and Basic Rate Structure (2.5 hrs)
• UCLA, March 18–19, 9am-5pm both days. This is the full workshop.