Six degrees of seperation refers to the idea that everybody in the world is only six connections away from everyone else. Fast Media Magazine is exploring this idea for the media licensing industry through a series of short portraits of those working in and around the industry
What’s your name?
Where do you work?
What does the company do?
Picture agency specialising in travel images
What is your job?
What do you consider your greatest professional achievement?
Sourcing, securing and selling the image of the French Concorde in flames during take-off at Charles de Gaulle airport – used on front cover of Mirror, Mail, Newsweek etc. – all done from a rented room with one phone and one computer, 6 months after starting up my own agency
If you could have any job you wanted, what would it be?
Commentator on Test Match Special
What blogs or websites do you follow?
What change would have the biggest positive impact on your line of business?
A return to exclusive representation of photographers throughout the RM industry
Work to live or live to work?
Work to live
If you weren’t doing what you’re doing now, what would it be?
A fogeyish history lecturer in a provincial university