A 1-day workshop with Jamie Rose 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 29 Location TBA Cost: $225 Finding new clients, creating effective marketing campaigns, negotiating contracts…. These are just some of the necessary skills
A 1-day workshop with Jamie Rose
9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 29
Finding new clients, creating effective marketing campaigns, negotiating contracts…. These are just some of the necessary skills photographers need to thrive in today’s competitive marketplace. During this full day seminar, COO Jamie Rose will present Momenta Workshops’ highly popular #PhotoBizSkills presentations on marketing. The seminar includes in-depth presentations covering social media, websites, branding design, networking, presenting your work in person, interviewing, and much more. With plenty of audience participation and Q&A opportunities, Jamie will offer ways each attendee can make the most of their limited free time to find new and better paying clients, increase revenue, and grow your business every year. Laptops or paper for note taking are highly recommended. Workshop perks include coffee and donuts during the morning meet-n-greet, digital handouts, and a surprise guest speaker.
She is co-Founder and COO of Momenta Group, LLC, which owns Momenta Workshops, Momenta Creative, and manages Wildfire Media, a nonprofit dedicated to documentary storytelling. Her early career was spent in the halls of power as a Press Corps photojournalist covering Capitol Hill and the White House, primarily as a contractor for The New York Times.
Her passion for working with nonprofits lead her documentary coverage of humanitarian and health crisis in Africa, South America, and the Middle East. Her clients included organizations such as Doctors Without Borders, The Calvert Foundation, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Malaria, & Tuberculosis, and Physicians for Human Rights among others.
(Photo info: Jamie Rose photographs in a refugee camp on the border of Uganda and Congo as fighting by rebels and government forces escalated in 2008. Photo © John Christopher Anderson 2008.)
(Wednesday) 9:30 am - 4:30 pm