THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED
We are working on rescheduling. Stay tuned…..
We will send out announcements as soon as we have a firm date.
– Hear the latest information on copyright law, the current issues, and their impact on all picture professionals.
– Get recommendations on best practices for dealing with copyright in your business.
– Find out how being up to date on the issues, registering your images and being careful with your contracts can help protect you and improve your bottom line.
Christopher Reed, Senior Advisor for Policy and Special Projects at the US Copyright Office, Library of Congress will be our keynote speaker this October for one of ASPP’s first events in Atlanta. Chris will be covering the history and responsibility of the Copyright Office, electronic registration, Orphan Works and the issues of attribution and remedies, fair use, how technology has changed how we think about copyright and much more!
Anna Fey will join Christopher presenting licensing documents for discussion of the do’s and don’ts of what should be included in your paperwork. If you are a photographer, protect your future income stream with registration and a well written license. If you are a graphic designer, learn how to protect yourself and your clients from missteps in image usage.
Date to be Announced
10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
125 Bennett Street, NW
9:30 AM: Come early for front row seating and refreshments
10:00 – 11:15 AM: Chris Reed presentation
11:15 – 11:45 AM: Break
11:45 AM – 12:30 PM: Anna Fey presentation
12:30 – 1:00 PM: Discussion and commentary
ASPP Members – $20 at the door / pre-register $15
ASMP/APA/PACA – $20 at the door / pre-register $15
Non-members – $30 at the door / pre-register $25
Students with ID – FREE!
For additional information, please contact Anna Fey at: 404-819-8190
About the speakers:
Christopher S. Reed is the Senior Advisor for Policy & Special Projects at the Office of the Register of Copyrights, U.S. Copyright Office, where he advises the Register of Copyrights on a variety of issues relating to copyright law and policy, technology, and the Office’s registration and recordation systems. Currently, he also serves as adjunct professor teaching advanced copyright courses as part of the intellectual property master class curriculum at the University of New Hampshire School Law.
Anna Fey offers Consultation Services for photographers who are seeking a more concise and curated body of work for career advancement. Her specialties include editing libraries, creating smooth and well sequenced portfolios, marketing, branding, and pricing and licensing assistance. She has been an adjunct professor at the Portfolio Center as well as the owner of two stock and assignment photography agencies. In the business of marketing photographers and images to corporations, graphic designers, editorial, advertising and architectural firms, her strategic knowledge of contracts and Copyright has enhanced her negotiation and communication skills on behalf of her clients. Most recently, Anna served as a Portfolio Reviewer for Slow Exposures, a notable festival and a part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography.