James has lived in New York for his entire life (besides a 5-year stint in Madison, Wisconsin, but he doesn’t want to talk about that.) Like many Manhattanites, he is a terrible driver and cook, but he’s an excellent navigator. He has been practicing the art of street photography since he first picked up a camera, has worked as a portrait and fine art photographer in New York since 2005, has had a regular feature for the NY Daily News reporting on different neighborhoods of the City through street portraits and interviews with locals, is a certified New York tour and workshop guide, and has sold and licensed his photography of New York to collectors and companies from around the world.
Creative Freelance Marketing lays the groundwork for learning how to get jobs and increase sales in creative freelance careers. It covers how to improve your skills and business development strategies, and it provides a roadmap for creating a sustainable creative business. This book explores all the marketing avenues available to you from both the traditional and digital spectrums.
Explore the streets with The Essentials of Street Photography. This guide is not only about teaching you how to technically approach the streets, how to edit your work, how to overcome your fears, or how to get sharp, close-up candid shots without getting punched, although it will teach you these things. Also included are six interviews with talented street photography veterans.