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ASMP Pittsburgh is glad to announce our next event scheduled for Thursday September 20th, 7pm, at Roy Engelbrecht Studio, 842 Western Ave, Pittsburgh 15233. Registration fees can be found at the online registration link at the end of this message.
“PHOTOGRAPHERS HELPING PHOTOGRAPHERS”
This event will foster new and realistic ideas for your business. In these challenging economic times, Jim Cavanaugh, Jenna Close and Ed McDonald have all found answers for their businesses. Cavanaugh is rapidly expanding his client base with modest changes to his business approach and loads of direct marketing, Close focuses her business on one niche market and nurtures this approach into a sustainable future, and McDonald took an idea spawned by one client and made it a business reinvention. The successful results are inspiring to those just starting out and veterans looking for a place in our changing industry. Additionally, these events are a fundraiser for the Young Photographers Alliance (YPA), a mentoring organization for the next generation of photographers. Come out and hear a new business approach and know that your admission fee is helping the next generation of image-makers. The evening is truly about "Photographers Helping Photographers."
We are pleased to announce that the speaker for the Pittsburgh event will be Jim Cavanaugh.
Jim Cavanaugh is a 1975 graduate from the New England School of Photography. He is an architectural and aerial photographer based in Buffalo, NY. His clients include architects, engineers, interior designers, contractors, real estate developers, architectural product manufacturers and government agencies. Jim currently serves as the National president of ASMP. He is the former Chairman of ASMP's Copyright Committee and the Business Practices Committee of ASMP/Architecture Specialty Group. He is also Past President of the Western New York Chapter of ASMP, and an Allied Member of the Buffalo/WNY Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Jim is well known as a strong advocate of copyright issues and ethical business practices in photography. He has lectured extensively on copyright, digital photography and business practices for photographers.
Registration for this event is online via ASMP national.
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