Visual Connections New York 2015

Visual Connections was at the Metropolitan Pavilion on October 28th, 2015. Our Principal Sponsor was Workbook.

Among our exhibitors this year, 24 were new to New York, and 21 were from abroad. 7 were artists reps and join a growing number of exhibitors offering assignment and production services.

46% of attendees were first-timers, and 60% had not attended in 2014. Their annual expenditure on visual media and related services is as follows:

Annual expenditure on visual media/services

They represented the following market sectors:

Breakdown by market sector

The sessions were well-attended and well-received: 94% of attendees rated the Keynote Q& Session positively; 89% rated the Footage Q&A Session positively, with 52% rating it very highly.

Prize winners

Prize Winner
$2,000 Travel Gift Certificate Abigail Lull, The Teaching Company
$500 Apple Gift Card Candice Cheesman, Macmillan Education
$500 Apple Gift Card Melissa Collins, NFL Films
$300 Cloud9 Living Gift Certificate Alissa Hendricks, Measured Programs
$300 Cloud9 Living Gift Certificate Louisa Curtis, Chatterbox Enterprises

The prizes this year were sponsored by: age fotostock, Alamy, Blend Images, CNN Collection, Danita Delimont Stock Photography, eStock Photo, Image Source, ITN Source, Map Resources, National Geographic Creative, Renee Rhyner & Company, robertharding, SuperStock, WeatherVideoHD.TV

Principal Sponsor

Workbook is proud to sponsor Visual Connections in the hope that we can further cultivate the relationships that result in stunning visual campaigns.
— Bill Daniels, Owner of Workbook

Media Partners

Wow, wow, WOW! New vendors, more energy, great info and giveaways – I really look forward to Visual Connections every year.
— Marian Calabro, CorporateHistory.net
I was delighted to meet so many potential vendors and be exposed to a network of new media.
— Victor Couto, Retro Report
I love this show because it is not too big, and I get a chance to talk with all the reps I work with but rarely meet in person. The lunch is an added benefit that is greatly appreciated.
— Pat Holl, Hieropub LLC/SISTERS Image Research
Discovering new stock photo agencies that would be difficult to learn of otherwise.
— Chelsea McGuckin, Simon and Schuster