Location: Photoville Pavilion
Date: Friday, September 11th
Featuring: Sarah Silver & Diego Marini
This seminar is part of Luminance at Photoville presented by PhotoShelter.
A full day conference pass ($20) includes admission to all six panels plus breakfast, lunch and admission to the peer review happy hour. Click here to purchase a pass.
Can’t make it for the whole day? No problem. Just be sure to register for the free talks you’ll be attending to guarantee your seat.Click here to register for this seminar.
Sarah Silver, Photographer
An established fashion, beauty and movement photographer, Sarah Silver’s varied list of clients include Vogue, V Magazine, L’Officiel, W Magazine, Allure, Proenza Schouler, Pantene, L’Oreal, Nike, Pantone, Lancôme, Tresemmé, AG Jeans, and Target. Equally comfortable in front of the camera, Sarah has also appeared on America’s Next Top Model, Project Runway and LA Ink. Sarah is also a featured speaker for Photo Expo in NYC, APA and at universities including Parsons School of Design, The Pratt Institute, and The School of Visual Arts.
Diego Marini, Creative Director
As the son of a typographer in Verona, his interest in the graphic world began at an early age.
After a start as graphic designer for a small publishing company, Diego moved on to gain experience as junior art director working on branding for Italian sportswear labels. In 2003 he started a new freelance life as digital art director in Paris. His work with Watoo Agency won the 2005 Flash Festival Award for Best Web Graphics. He also joined the ASE network, a branch of Capgemini consulting, working on workshops for large corporations such as Air France, Bacardi and Volskwagen. Diego cofounded UP! in 2006. The firm’s talent base enabled them to work with a wide variety of clients such as Kenzo, Vanessa Bruno, Eastpak and Florence-based fashion fair Pitti. He served as a creative consultant for the branding and communication of Greenpeace France. Since he moved to NYC in early 2010 he worked both with fashion brands and agencies. After he shaped the new Diane von Furstenberg brand identity, he then joined of Sub Rosa’s workshop working on a number of successful projects for Nike, Warby Parker, GE and Pantone. He then returned to DVF to lead the creative team concepting and executing numerous digital and printing campaigns and by winning a Clio Award in the Design Category for the book Journey of a dress, published by Rizzoli. He’s now running Yummycolours a little creative Lab in Brooklyn.
Images. At PhotoShelter, the word means so much more than a pretty picture — it’s about improving the way millions of image creators, brands and businesses communicate in a visual world. It’s about harnessing the power of images easily, securely and affordably — anytime, anywhere. It’s about using media in the most efficient way possible to tell your story and engage your audience. In essence, it’s about making visual assets more useful and valuable with cutting-edge image management technology. That’s what we’ve been doing for over 10 years. More than 80,000 professional photographers and 100 leading brands trust and rely on PhotoShelter to do just that every day, with over 220 million of their image assets.