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  • New York Diary: Point One Percent and New York Magazine

    Jun 30, 2015
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    Being on the road by 6 a.m. practically feels like second nature after months of portfolio events (but that doesn’t mean waking up before sunrise gets any easier!). After a quick coffee stop to fuel the drive, Jillian and I were on…

  • New York Diary: Marie Claire, Erwin Penland Hill Holliday and Newsweek

    May 20, 2015
    Portfolio Events
    Waking up and hitting the road before 7 a.m. isn’t so bad when you’re in good company. What’s more, Jillian and I were greeted with the shining sun and a cool, gentle breeze as we began our journey to New York and the promising meetings that awaited us. We had 31 portfolios packed from our member photographers featuring fashion, lifestyle, beauty, reportage, food and portrait work to showcase at the offices of Marie Claire, Erwin Penland Hill Holliday and Newsweek.
  • DC Diary: McMurry/TMG, MDB Communications, Delucchi+ and August, Lang & Husak

    May 5, 2015
    Portfolio Events
    After visiting New York for the past few portfolio events, we decided a change of pace and scenery in Washington, D.C. would do us well. Jillian, Alexandra and I headed south hoping for some warmer weather (no such luck!). With over 30 portfolios from our members ranging from portrait, lifestyle, conceptual, still life and food photography, we were ready to impress at McMurry/TMG, MDB Communications, Delucchi+ and August, Lang and Husak.
  • New York Diary: The New York Times Magazine, Time and Essence

    Mar 31, 2015
    Portfolio Events
    New York has a reputation for bad traffic. Luckily, that wasn’t the case last week when Jillian and I packed up 30 of our photographer’s books and headed into Manhattan to meet with the talented folks at The New York Times Magazine, Time and Essence.
  • New York Diary: The American Lawyer, Refinery29 and McKinney

    Mar 3, 2015
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    February brought freezing winds, snow and a whole lot of gray, but it also brought another round of portfolio meetings! This past month, Claire, Jillian and I headed to up to New York to meet with The American Lawyer, Refinery29 and McKinney.
  • New York Diary: SHoP Architects, SOM, 360i and Gensler

    Feb 3, 2015
    Portfolio Events
    For our first portfolio event of 2015, Jillian, Alexandra and I bundled up to brave a windy, snowy Manhattan day. We had some great meetings lined up to showcase the work of more than 20 of our architecture, hospitality and lifestyle photographers with SHoP Architects, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 360i and Gensler.
  • New York Diary: M. Shanken Communications, Departures, Wieden + Kennedy and Tom Ford

    Dec 23, 2014
    Portfolio Events

    For our final portfolio event of 2014, Jillian, Alexandra and I packed up our rental car and headed for New York City. We knew this year had to go out with a bang, so we scheduled a series of meetings in Manhattan…

  • Manhattan Diary: Maxim, Elle and Nylon

    Nov 21, 2014
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    For our November portfolio event, Jillian and I put on some extra layers, packed up the portfolios of nearly 25 of our member photographers and headed for the streets of New York. Our mission: to introduce these portfolios to the creative minds…

  • DC Diary: GMMB, Discovery, NatGeo, World Wildlife Fund

    Oct 14, 2014
    Portfolio Events
    For our most recent portfolio event, we got adventurous. After landing meetings with GMMB, Discovery, National Geographic and World Wildlife Fund, Alexandra, Jillian and I laced up our hiking boots and headed down to our nation’s capitol for a fun-filled day of networking.
  • Manhattan Diary: Fitness, Reader’s Digest and McGarryBowen

    Oct 1, 2014
    Portfolio Events
    For the September edition of portfolio meetings, it was back to Manhattan! Sean, Stacy and I had an early morning departure and after a very quick drive across New Jersey, we were through the tunnel and ready to meet with the women at Fitness Magazine. We forgot that the office was a mere three blocks from the UN headquarters/meetings. Needless to say, traffic was a touch crazy as most of the roads were blocked off unless you had a diplomat’s license plate. If you live in NYC, you should really look into one those things — so helpful!
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