How to Present your Online Photography Portfolio
Jan. 19 2016, Published 7:00 p.m. ET
VENUE: Wix Lounge
ADDRESS: 235 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011, USA
Three editors from the photography industry will talk about portfolios that get their attention and why. Also what NOT to do on your website. Tips on how to brand yourself as a photographer will also be discussed. Editors will address tips for: photography students, editorial, fine art and wedding/portrait photographers.
Amy Wolff is a NYC-based photo editor/producer with almost 10 years of experience. She is the former Photo Editor for Photo District News (PDN) and co-creator of CoEdit Collection. She is actively involved in the photography community, producing events like 20x20 LIVE, reviewing portfolios, participating on panel discussions and judging contests.
Libby Peterson is the features editor for Rangefinder magazine. As someone who covers the creative people and trends within the portrait and wedding photography industry, she delves into countless online portfolios every day, and along the way has developed an attuned editor's perspective (as well as user insight, having made an online portfolio for herself) of what makes a particular online presence alluring. libbypeterson.com
Lindsay Comstock is a Brooklyn-based writer, editor, and photographer. She manages Offset's content lineup and is a contributing editor to Graphis magazine. Previous positions include: Senior Editor at Rangefinder Magazine, Contributing Editor to American Photo, Photo Editor at PDN, Managing Editor at Featureshoot, and Editor at Sony and PDN's Emerging Photographer. Her writing has also been published by The Atlantic, Artcritical, and SUITED magazine.
Moderator: Jessica Gordon has written about the business of photography since 2006, for publications including Photo District News, PDNedu, Emerging Photographer andRangefinder magazine—where she was a senior editor. Jessica manages ongoing photo research for TASCHEN books, and writes content for publications and boutique brands.