You submit an invoice, and ask that it be paid in 30 days. That’s rarely the end of the job. We asked photographers for their tips, tricks and horror stories about the delicate task of getting clients to pay what they owe. Jonathan Chapman: “When I was first starting out, my wife on a couple of occasions would act as...
May 11, 2017
PDN: How did you get into this niche? Kristen Angelo: In 2014, when Washington State legalized cannabis, my boyfriend and I had friends who acquired licenses for recreational retail stores. They asked my boyfriend to visit farms and evaluate their products. I went with him, and it kind of tugged at my heartstrings. My father was a lifetime user and... More »
April 14, 2017
As a Creative Director at Mother, Gustavo Sousa led the agency’s work for Stella Artois for several years. The Brazil-born creative started out in marketing after earning his business degree, then moved to New York and studied design. Mother hired him a year later and he moved to London, eventually working his way up to Executive Creative Director for Stella... More »
April 11, 2017
After studying photography at New York University, Sara Macel worked as a studio manager for Bruce Davidson in the early 2000s. Looking at his images all day inspired her to “jump and become a photographer myself,” she says. But her leap turned out to be premature. “I had only seen what the life of an older, established artist was,” she... More »