NAMPRADIO EPISODE 15: THE POWER OF PHOTOGRAHPY TO INFLUENCE AUDIENCES


September 14, 2011 - 11:50am

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NAMP Radio panelists Ron Evans, Maris Smith, and Matt Campbell talk with photographer and branding guru Ben Collier, about the power of images to move audiences by invoking shared emotions. Ben will share his top tips for the do's and don'ts to achived memorable photographs. Add to your knowledge of photography as a tool for marketing while getting inspired to take memorable pictures at your next event or performance.

Guest panelists:
Ben Collier graduated magna cum laude from Brown University in art-semiotics, a dual concentration combining modern culture & media with visual art. His honors thesis documentary about vintage baseball runs on Rhode Island PBS, ran at the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum, and was a Best Documentary Nominee at the 2003 Ivy Film Festival. Post graduation Ben's career has focused on three areas: development, marketing, and branding.
www.benjamincollier.com

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Outro music: “Anyway" by the band ANEMO. Find out more about this band via their page on the Podsafe Music Network.


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