That, is awesome, and someone there 'gets it'. Letting people take pictures of the art is the ultimate 'social' and/or sharing media. Let people print off what they shoot an put it in their apartments or houses. Then they tell two friends, and so on, and more people become interested in art (THAT is content marketing). Since a lot of these works are available online and in stores anyhow, I'm sure people won't mistake a photo that someone took of a Pollock, Wood or Renoir hanging on a wall in their studio apartment (or my house for that matter) for the original.
- Monticello Media LLCPresident/Executive Producer, 2009 - presentMulti-platform media firm working in content creation (broadcast television & online), media strategy, traditional media (advertising/marketing/PR), and new/social media. Projects & programs include World Away (travel television series) and The Count 2014, an Illinois campaign & election media project.
- WSEC-TV/Network KnowledgeDirector of Production & Local Programming, 2000 - 2012Public television station in central Illinois. Responsible for producing/directing programs including CapitolView, inLife, The Ambassador Series, Lawmakers, Expedition Taiwan, Expedition Scotland, Expedition United Kingdom, and various specials. Also responsible for developing & maintaining station's brand, advertising & marketing.
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