Virtual Projections for May 6th


This month we’re thrilled to have a lineup of top shelf photographers: Iri Greco, Peter Turnley and Travis Keyes!

We invite you to an evening of provocative imagery from these three highly acclaimed artists who’ll be showcasing personal bodies of work pertaining to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

As we continue to hunker down please use this Zoom link to join on us virtually: The evening presentation starts at 6:30 sharp.

Please rsvp using the eventbrite system. Also feel free to invite your friends, family and colleauges.

We’d like to thank our sponsors for their continued support: Epson, B & H Camera, PhotoShelter, Pro Photo Daily and AI-AP.


Virtual Projections for April 22nd


PROJECTIONS is on for Wednesday, April 22nd with a stellar line-up of New York City presenters: Claudia Paul, Charles Chessler and Alec Vianu. Yup, we’re going virtual with this group of presenters who represent the heart and soul of our great city.

With COVID-19 keeping us hunkered down we invite you to our inaugural virtual PROJECTIONS evening of photography. This promises to be a proactive and inspiring evening of imagery. Simply using this link you’ll be able to join our Zoom Meeting:

We’re going to start at 6:30pm sharp! Please rsvp to me at so that we can manage the Zoom platform.

We continue to thank our sponsors: Epson, B&H Camera, PhotoShelter, Pro Photo Daily and American Photography.

A special shout-out to Cliff Pickett who’s expertise, passion and fortitude is making this evening possible.

Projections for May

Our next PROJECTIONS event is set for Wednesday, May 23rd. We’ll be having Tanya Stoli, Eric Gracia-March and Christopher Ang as our presenters. We’re thrilled to have these three photographers present imagery which will guarantee a night of powerful work.

Each photographers body of work will prove to be inspiring on a variety of levels and we’re sure that you’ll leave with a different perspective. We invite you to join us and bring your friends.

visit for event details.

So You Want to Work in Advertising? on APA’s Tip from the Pros

Welcome to the club, we all want to work for top clients and huge agencies with big budgets. Here’s a primer to get you on the right track. Remember, we’re not doing brain surgery we’re simply setting ourselves up to succeed.

Two things: In order to succeed you must obtain a realistic view of the landscape. Next, you must be able to bang on all cylinders simultaneously in order to seize opportunities when they come knocking.

First things first, you must understand the ad world, seek and know where to look for opportunities. You must get a subscription to Adweek and Ad Age. Both platforms give you a window into what’s going on in the business.

Next, be sure you have a buttoned up crew that is professional and reliable.
This takes time, I know. But know this, no matter still life or lifestyle nothing is more important to your long-term success then having a team of pros who will help you in your production.