American Photographic Artists proudly presents:
Your website and book can make or break your career. Even if you have great images, you may be missing out on important jobs because your approach lacks sophistication which leaves potential clients feeling unimpressed.
Don’t fall short. Make sure you meet, or exceed their expectations.
(Speaker bio's and recent client lists are included down below.)
• What makes an image strong enough to include on your site, and in your book?
• What’s the ideal way for you to reveal your unique photographic style?
• Why is image order / pagination so important?
• What elements should always be on your website homepage?
• What common mistakes should you avoid with your site?
• What common mistakes should you avoid with your portfolio?
• What are the best formats for portfolios?
We’ll also cover essential strategies for the best way to behave during in-person portfolio reviews:
• When you should let your images speak for themselves, and when should you engage in conversation?
• What aspects of your personality should you try to reveal, and which ones could work against your goals?
No matter where you are in your career, every photographer will benefit from this event because you’ll hear the latest views on website and portfolio design, directly from Creatives who hire photographers. Find out exactly what they expect. Make sure you meet their expectations, and make certain your website and portfolio are memorable, for all the right reasons.
APA SF has an event admission no-refund policy.
APA offers dozens of valuable benefits; membership can easily pay for itself.
Join for as little as $50 and you will not only save the $25 event admission fee, you can save $20 on every image you enter in the APA National Awards.
Anna’s been producing photo shoots and wrangling WIRED photographers for over 15 years. She recently took a two-year hiatus from WIRED to serve as photo director at Dwell Media. Alexander has a BFA in photography from the University of Arizona. She resides in Novato with her husband and two children.
Kevin is always the most creative guy in the room, and probably the city and state. His unique vision is behind some of the most daring yet successful work in healthcare marketing. Part angel and part devil, Kevin’s is that voice in your head you know you need to heed. At SPLICE, Kevin is our creative muse, challenging us to always be original and to always take chances. He crafts customer-centric brands with visual distinction. From identity to websites and everything in between, Kevin’s creative vision will drive performance for you and your brand.
Astellas, AstraZeneca, AMGEN, BIOMARIN, Counsyl, Eisai, Genetech, GILEAD, janssen, Medtronic, Pfizer, Roche
RECENT CLIENT LIST
So Delicious Non-Dairy Frozen Desserts, California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP), Sonoma-Cutrer Winery, John Muir Health
Jess Shay is a NorCal native with a background in graphic design, apparel design, and photography. She has worked in the industry for 10+ years as a print producer/ art buyer at agencies including GS&P, VB&P, and is currently at ARGONAUT. From transportation, technology, & telecommunications to finance, food, & fashion, Jess has produced photo shoots for a diverse roster of clients. She appreciates the challenges & magic moments in every project with both seasoned and up-and-coming photographers.
A R T + R E P is a boutique photography agency specializing in Commercial, Editorial and Design clients.
We seek out emerging photographers as well as established talent - always looking for something different. With over 10 years in this crazy business, its still an adventure. There is something new to learn everyday. We are based in the San Francisco area but hail from New York. We love photography!
Elena Zhukova, Jock McDonald, Rodger Hostetler, Scott Toepfer, James Chororos, Liz Devine
This Diversity Committee is charged with clearing a path to success for its members who...
The key to success is your personal photographic style.