Posts Tagged ‘timothy archibald’

The San Francisco APA held a very successful and well-attended event, Social Getworking, on Thursday, July 21st at Dogpatch Studios—summary here. The focus was, of course, on how photographers can integrate social networking into a larger marketing plan. The panel was moderated by photographer and APA board member Josh Bobb and led by Miki Johnson, […]


This week I am featuring a compelling interview with Diane Eames, a former art buyer who opened her doors 7 years ago as a photography marketing and creative consultant to some of the top photographers in the business. Specializing in developing custom marketing programs, she has helped them land clients and reps, generate considerable PR […]


Archibald is showing images from his book “Echolilia” and Almas a series of female nudes. Michael Tompert, founder of Raygun Studios, a CGI and retouching studio, is showing “12LVE,” a series of images made in collaboration with photographer Paul Fairchild. I spoke with a magazine art director this weekend. He is also an artist and […]


Timothy Archibald, an advertising and editorial photographer, is the first of my interviewees who was ‘tagged’ by a prior interviewee. This is a new feature on the blog in which I ask an interviewee to tag someone else to be interviewed. Shannon Amos (Q&A forthcoming) recommended I talk with Timothy Archibald about his ECHOLILIA project, […]