Webinar & Events
PhotoShelter Websites: Customization 201
Tuesday, May 28, 2013 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM EDT - Register
Customization expert Spencer Ponte will help you take your PhotoShelter website one step further. He'll show you how to customize each individual page of your site, and even provide a sneak peek at how to take your design to the next level using HTML/CSS.
Selling Through PhotoShelter: Downloads & Licensing
Thursday, May 30, 2013 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM EDT - Register
Client Services Manager and PhotoShelter sales pro Farah Visslailli will walk you through all of the different ways you can sell downloads and license images through your PhotoShelter website.
Behind The Scenes of Ad Agencies'
Selection & Hiring Processes
Tuesday, June 4, 2013 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM EDT - Register
In this live webinar, co-sponsored by PhotoShelter and Agency Access, former Art Producer Kristina Hicks is here to share her insights from over 9 years on the buyer's side of the ad agency equation. Kristina will discuss specific tips for getting noticed – including how to select and craft email promos, direct mail pieces, and leave behinds that will "wow" prospective clients. Kristina also lifts the veil on how photographers are selected for a job, as well as the key players within the agency that you need to know before reaching out.
Who Are Those Voices?
Natalie lives to help PhotoShelter members. She's a photographer too, and studied at The International Center of Photography and California Baptist University.
Allen has been public speaking since 6th grade when he ran for class president rallying under the "stronger water pressure in the water fountains" platform. Allen won, and he has enjoyed the sound of his own voice ever since.
Farah runs PhotoShelter's client services team. Farah enjoys running, baking, and both making and consuming gelato.
Grover crisscrossed the midwest in the 1990s as a public speaker, doubling down that CD-ROM would be the wave of the future. If only Al Gore hadn't invented the Internet, his prognostication would have proven to be true.