Visual Connections event open for registration

Visual Connections (formerly Picturehouse Marketing US) will be hosting its annual Image Expo at the Metropolitan Pavilion


This is a unique one-day event for image buyers, researchers, designers, art directors, and other users of images and footage to discover new sources of imagery, including niche and overseas agencies; network with peers; enjoy complimentary refreshments, including wine and beer after 5pm; and win fabulous prizes donated by exhibitors.

The event also offers a great learning opportunity: Visual Connections has partnered with PACA (the trade organization representing picture agencies in North America), PicScout (developer of image recognition fingerprinting technology), (provider of footage consultancy services) , the American Society of Picture Professionals, and Art Directors Club (“whose mission is to connect, provoke and elevate creative visual communications professionals around the world”), to create an exciting program of sessions, tailored to feedback from image buyers.


10am Copyright and Image Licensing in the World of New Technology, New Media and New Users (PACA)
Panel discussion, led by PACA Legal Counsel Nancy Wolff, about fair use, DMCA protec tion, Creative Commons, digital usage rights, and any issues put forward by the audience.
1pm Crystal Ball for Creative Careers (PicScout)
A panel discussion about the challenges and opportunities today’s environment offers for career progression.
2:30pm When Two Worlds Collide (
A panel discussion about licensing and using footage in new media applications, from the Web to e-books.
4pm Digital Toolbox – Creative Collaboration at a Distance (ASPP)
Introduction and demonstration of useful new Web tools and techniques to enable creative professionals to collaborate effectively.
5:30pm Photographs Worth More Than Words (ADC)
A panel discussion about successes and failures to sell brands and ideas using photography, and different approaches to working with photographers.

The expo and afternoon sessions are free. The morning seminar costs $30 if booked online in advance ($40 at the door). Entry is restricted to professional image buyers and researchers.

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Marco | Editor

Editor at large and founder of a bunch of stockphoto businesses