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.
ASMP 2017 Annual Selects
Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
This exhibition was curated from submissions to the 2017 ASMP Photo Annual. As always, there is a broad range of contributors and thus an interesting variety of work, from architecture to beauty, still life to street, personal and commercial to fine art. This exhibition goes a little way to demonstrating the impressive diversity of the ASMP community.
Brooklyn Bridge Park – Pier 5 Uplands
With this long term project I document cultural activities in what used to be some of the worlds most dangerous cities along the US/Mexican border. Since 2008 I photographed 180 artists along the entire 2000 miles long divide to show the vibrant cultural side of a region that is usually portrayed by the international media with the sole focus on violent crime.
Small Town Inertia
Brooklyn Bridge Park – Pier 5 Uplands
“Small Town Inertia” explores the intimate and untold stories of marginalised individuals in the small rural community in which photographer J A Mortram lives, in East Anglia, UK.
The Importance Of Building Your Photo Business (ENCORE RECORDING)
Join celebrated photographer Janette Beckman and curator Julie Grahame as they dive into the fundamentals of building your brand and photography business.
The Importance and How To’s of Archiving Work and Legacy
Suzie Katz, president and founder of PhotoWings, and Mary Engel, president and founder of American Photography Archives Group, will discuss the importance of archiving, the best techniques and platforms, and how to start thinking about the legacy you’ll leave behind.
Photoville Walking Tour with Julie Grahame
Did you ever wish there was some photo-world superstar who would walk you around Photoville and show you their favorite work? Well this year, we’ve invited some of the most interesting and engaging folks in photography to lead the first ever Photoville Guided Tours!
Personal Projects: Long-term Commitment
Meet three photographers who are successfully executing personal projects. They will present their work, discuss the long-term commitments involved and take questions afterwards.
Luminance: The Future of Copyright
If you’re like many (many!) photographers out there, then United States copyright law is probably pretty daunting. But here’s the thing – understanding the ins and outs of copyright is an asset to your business. This panel helps lift the veil on this cumbersome topic, and discusses how to balance protecting and sharing your images.
Personal Projects, Long-term Commitment
Meet three photographers who are successfully executing personal projects. They will discuss the challenges of making the work, and the successes they are gaining in the process. There will be opportunity for questions from the audience.
Beyond the Picture: The Art of Selling Music Photography
What does it take for music and entertainment photographers to successfully market and sell their work?