Seeking to reconnect with agents who lost touch during the pandemic, Brooklyn, N.Y.-based food photographer Ghazalle Badiozamani was ready to find a rep. Wonderful Machine’s Eloísa García helped her build a tasteful campaign to send to agencies.
Brooklyn-based lifestyle photographer Shravya Kag was looking for a rep prior to a career shift and a cross-country move. Marketing specialist Elo García helped Shravya connect with the storytellers at the Institute for Artists Management.
Julia Hanley helps Atlanta-based Angela Murray land multiple calls with creative agents, some of whom are considering representing the veteran commercial lifestyle photographer. Find out how Julia and Angela notched a large number of responses to their campaign.
Rachid Dahnoun is a versatile, in-demand photographer and videographer with an impressive client list. But when the Bay Area-based creative felt like he needed to take another step forward in this industry, he reached out to Nadia Kiyatkina for help with putting together a list of potential agents to contact.
With a thriving photography career, Clay Cook wanted to learn more about representation to take his business to a new level. He worked with our marketing consultant, Katie Keller to find a rep for potential collaboration.
Denver-based photographer Rick Souders of Souders Studios celebrated 20 years of business this past fall! Rick, an accomplished food & beverage photographer, has shot for some of the most well-known food brands in the Midwest and beyond. When Rick and I first started working together, one of our first conversations was about whether he wanted to continue managing his own promotions or whether it was time to work with a rep again so he could dedicate more time to experimenting with new projects and “satisfying his creative hunger.”
Tune into our second collaboration on the Sprouting Photographer podcast! In this episode our marketing specialists Alexandra Ostebo and Jillian Pekel give touch on marketing and branding tactics for commericial photographers.