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October 2017
 

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Did you miss a program this past spring?

We’ve begun keeping notes complete with relevant links and now you can find them here in the Program Notes Folder. We’ll add future programs here so you can always get the info you need if you missed a program or need them for reference. You’ll find notes on Grants / Artist Residencies, Mary Beth Meehan, Lighting Rodeo, Drones, and Chris Buck here. Sorry, we didn’t get notes from Judy Herrmann’s visit.

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 https://www.tethertools.com/for/asmpne/ 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.

TD Bank Affinity Program

Any ASMPNE member who opens an account with TD Bank ASMPNNE will recieve a $50 donation and you will will receve $25. If you already have an account TD Bank then they will donate $10 to ASMPNE. Then every year,TD Bank will donate a cash to ASMPNE based up a percentage of your average account balance (1/10 of 1%). CLICK HERE for more information.

news

Please make a commitment to join us next year and be part of what makes ASMP a great place for photographic artists in ASMP New England. Click here for more information.

The ASMPNE board meets once a month. If you’re interested in attending a board meeting, please let chapter president Mike Ritter (mike@ritterbin.com) know. We have a strong board but are always in need of new members.

Area schools are interested in landing internships for their students and have asked ASMP New England for any interested members. We’d like to gather a list of members interested in having an intern. Possible interns will reach out to photographers they are most interested in interning with.

Please answer the following questions and send to ASMPNE President Mike Ritter (mike@ritterbin.com) so we can share with prospective schools and interns:

• Please describe your experience.
• Where is your studio / office?
• What will an internship with you entail?
• Ideally students work on a mix of shooting, post production and marketing / social media.
• Can students expect to earn anything from assisting on your jobs?

Right now, an Endicott student is looking for a full internship in the fall of 2017 (her senior year). It would be 32 hours a week for 14 weeks. She’s interested in fashion and location portraiture for commercial / editorial clients.

Read all the latest news from ASMP here.

events

Come grab a pint with your local breakfast club as they gather for a night out. First round of drinks is on ASMP! Click here to find your local club.

ASMP is excited to announce it will team up with Mt. Ida College and the Griffin Museum for the first “Behind the Lens” program.  ASMP members Mike Ritter, Liza Voll, Liz Linder, Joe Ferraro, Dave Bradley, and Jim Scherer will take attendees behind the scenes of one of their recent shoots.  Along with images, they will share other documents like behind the scenes images, client correspondence, estimates, invoices, and lighting set ups.  While intended to show the Mt. Ida students that a lot more goes into shoot than meets the eye, the show will also benefit ASMP members since it covers all aspects of being a professional photographer.  Come on out to hone your craft, get away from the computer, and strengthen ASMP’s bond to area schools. Click here for more info.