Visual Connections New York 2012

Where New York, United States
Date Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Venue The Altman Building
Address 135 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011 (map)


Among our exhibitors this year we had fourteen brands new to New York, and fifteen agencies from abroad. 56% of attendees were new this year. Registrants for the event were from the following market sectors:

Breakdown by market sector

This chart shows what media they are using and interested in:

Breakdown by market sector

The Q&A Session and round-table discussions were well-attended and well-received, so we will continue to develop this educational element of our events.

Prize winners

We are delighted to announce the winners of the sponsored prize drawing:

Prize Winner
age fotostock
$300 Apple Gift Card
Leticia Venture, G2 USA
Luxury hamper from Fortnum and Mason, London
Edith Rojas, Iinex Grafik
GoPro HD HERO2 Camera - Outdoor Edition
Melissa Kemp, McCann
Condé Nast Collection
Framed Archive Print
Ellen Emmerich, Upper Westside Design
Danita Delimont Stock Photography
Stretched Canvas Print
Lissette Pasarin, 1888
Starbucks Gift Card
Alexandra Mott, American Greetings
Grant Heilman Photography, Inc
Google Nexus 7 Tablet
Sheryl Checkerman, Checkerman Design
Apple iPhone5 (64GB)
Dan Driscoll, Gigante Vaz
Johnér Images
The Urban Outline Print
Zoe Norvell, Simon & Schuster
Kimball Stock - Autos
$350 Best Buy gift card
Fran Newman, Oxford University Press
Lebrecht Music, Arts & Authors
Suzie Maeder photographic print
Deborah Van Kirk, Image Research Team
Official Rolling Stones Limited Edition Print
Erica Gordon, Q2A/Bill Smith
Mother Image
Apple iPad 2
Tara LaMaistre, Woman's World Magazine
National Geographic Creative
National Geographic print and books
Belina Huey, Random House Inc.
Nature Picture Library
WWF Species Adoption
Jim Kahnweiler, Ziga Media
$350 Amazon Gift Certificate
Jessica Richard, Storey Publishing
Science Source Images
iPod Touch and $100 iTunes Gift Card
Theresa Daigle, Merck & Co.
New York 2011
Absolutely worth attending, invaluable really, for all the reasons above: find out what is new, how collections are changing, meet people involved, see some former colleagues, meet some new ones, get a bead on where this industry is heading.
—Ainsley Perry, Freelance
The ability to discuss challenges, what works, what doesn’t work, is great. I appreciate the face-to-face contact with agency reps, which to me, is critical in this business.
—Tim Fortuna, Watch Tower
I met new agencies I hadn't heard of. It's great to be able to talk face to face with the people we only work with online.
—Mars Vilaubi, Storey Publishing