Visual Connections New York 2015
|Where||New York, United States|
|Date||Wednesday, October 28, 2015|
|Times||Keynote Q&A Session: 10am-noon
Footage Q&A Session: 1:30-3pm
In conversation with David Newhoff: 5:30-6:15pm
Exhibit floor open: noon-7:30pm (beer & wine served from 5pm)
|Address||The Suite (2nd floor), 125 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011 (map)|
|Directions||Between 6th & 7th Avenues. For directions by subway or car, see here.|
Save the date: Wednesday, October 28th. That’s when Visual Connections will be back in New York City, this year at the Metropolitan Pavilion (next door to the Altman Building) in Chelsea, Manhattan.
About this event
Established on the industry international calendar, Visual Connections New York is the leading professional development event for for image/footage/art buyers and researchers.
- Discover inspiring new sources of still and moving imagery, from specialty editorial collections to creative stock.
- Discuss your needs for bespoke content with artist reps and production companies.
- Network with visual people from advertising, design, publishing and TV production.
- Attend educational sessions programmed through the day.
- Enjoy lunch on us, plus snacks and drinks throughout the day, including wine and beer from 5pm.
- Win prizes worth up to $2,000, sponsored by the exhibitors.
Visual Connections visual media expos offer a unique opportunity to discover new sources of visual media, meet the people you only speak to and email, and network with peers in the industry. Our New York event hosts a wide range of international and niche suppliers, including stock image and footage agencies, artist reps and production companies.
This year we are delighted to have Workbook, the leading marketing resource for commercial photographers and illustrators, as our Principal Sponsor. Workbook’s involvement helps us attract a wider range of suppliers, including artist reps and production companies that have not previously exhibited with us. “Workbook is proud to sponsor Visual Connections in the hope that we can further cultivate the relationships that result in stunning visual campaigns,” says Bill Daniels, Owner of Workbook.