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Dec 2015


Hunt’s November Discount

Hunt’s Photo and Video has partnered with ASMPNE to offer monthly specials to ASMPNE members. The November special is 15% off all Rogue Products. Want to suggest future specials on products you need?  Send in your ideas to

Tether Tools Partnership

Tether Tools has partnered with ASMP New England, offering a 10% discount to members on every purchase of Tether Tools made using the link and the promo code “asmpne”. ASMPNE will receive 5% of the proceeds back. Tether Tools will also provide products for silent auctions and give-a-ways at ASMPNE events to help promote the Tether Tools partnership and educate members about tethering photography.


ASMPNE Announces New Partner Program

ASMPNE is partnering with other local photo organizations to provide even more benefits to membership. Currently, the Griffin Museum of Photography and ASPP New England teamed up with ASMPNE. In this newsletter and social media, ASMPNE members will hear about special events hosted by partners and receive discounts to them. In exchange, partner members will be invited to ASMP programs at a student level discount / free depending on the event.

ASMPNE Joins TD Bank's Affinity Program

Do you like getting free money?  Do you like helping ASMPNE?  You can do both if you're already a TD Bank customer or open an account with TD Bank.  CLICK HERE for more details about TD Bank's Affinity Program partnership with ASMPNE. 


Show Your Work on Our Homepage

We have a rotating gallery of member images on our website homepage, and we invite you to submit a collection of your favorite images. More info


Read all the latest news from ASMP here.


ASMP New England hosts local online strategist Meighan O’Toole on Tuesday, December 8th from 6-9PM at Hunt’s in Melrose (100 Main St, Melrose, MA 02176).  Come learn simple and effective ways to use social media to get real results with your photographs and stories. More info here.

Frame By Frame is an independent documentary following four Afghan photojournalists facing the realities of building a free press in a country left to stand on its own after decades of war and an oppressive Taliban regime - reframing Afghanistan for the world and for themselves.  It needs your help to be screened at the Kendall Square Cinema.  Reserve your ticket  to help "tip" the screening over the minimum 100 audience members so it can be shown.