What does it take for even the most talented music and entertainment photographers to successfully market and sell their work? Rock Paper Photo invited three experts — two photographers and an artists rep/author — to share their personal perspectives and advice about the business side of photography. Between them, Anna Webber, Baron Wolman and Julie Graheme represent decades of professional experience yet lived from very different vantage points. They will address a range of topics including the importance of establishing a unique personal style, copyright protection and licensing, selecting gallery representation, and how to stay positive and focused through it all.
Julie Grahame is a photography consultant and curator who has been in the industry for more than 30 years.
In 1992, Julie moved from London to New York to run an international photo agency representing 400+ photographers. She left in 2006 and took the archive of Yousuf Karsh with her to continue clearing rights for his iconic photographs. She edits and writes as well as published aCurator magazine, and aCurator blog, which was cited both by the British Journal of Photography and LIFE in their reviews of influencers and taste-makers. For two years, Julie was associate director at ClampArt fine art gallery. She now consults and reviews work for photographers of all levels and styles. Julie also enjoys guest appearances speaking and presenting to students and hosts a workshop with NORD Photography in Inderøy, Norway.
Rock Paper Photo is the ultimate online gallery where collectors as well as fans can go to discover photographers, browse and collect fine art, and connect with their favorite artists. The website has assembled some of the most historic moments ever captured on film and provides a haven for fans and collectors. Rock Paper Photo specializes in largely unpublished hand-signed limited edition prints of legendary musicians and other pop culture personalities. It features the work of more than 150 emerging and established photographers.