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Sheri Rosenberg on career shifts and that inevitable New York question.

This post was written by our good friend Sheri Rosenberg for her blog here.  I hear from so many people lately about how freelance gigs are getting harder and harder to come by and that reinventing yourself is becoming necessary.  1,442 more words

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Welcome back to the Community Table: Agents in Conversation with Other Agents II: The Main Course/Part 1

Welcome to our 9th series of posts where we share the results from our conversations held directly with community leaders about top of mind photo-industry issues. 4,069 more words

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10 Things You Didn't Know About Freelance Art Producer Raquel Duarte

1. My new obsession is hot yoga.

2. I donate to charity at least 3 times a year.

3. I’m petrified of riding horses and always shed a tear. 106 more words

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Portfolio Reviews: The Value of Face-to-Face Meetings

This insightful piece comes by way of The Lab at Agency Access, and was written by Ali Feldon.  For the original post, go here. 721 more words

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In Detail with Freelance Art Producer Chelsea Levy

Being a freelancer in the ad industry is not always easy.  Jobs can be scarce and moving from place to place isn’t always ideal.  However, there are so many benefits and reasons why people choose to be a freelancer.  708 more words

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Expos, Billboards, and Babies: 10 Questions With Raquel Duarte

In an effort to promote the website FreelanceArtProducer.com, we have started Freelance Friday.  The purpose is to promote the freelancers on the site so as to gain more attention for them and the others trying to get hired.  873 more words

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Trend meets Tradition: Meet Haley Silverman

Whether I am talking to photographers in our own group, potential photographers for our roster, other reps or even other art buyers, the same questions about estimating come up and have been for quite awhile. 977 more words

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