Research indicates people spend a third of their time reading and writing emails. Level up your writing and become a more persuasive and effective communicator.
Photographer/social justice artist Tonika Lewis Johnson will present her major works including Folded Map Project and Inequity for Sale.
Learn how photographer Vashon Jordan Jr. self-published a photo book by covering 35 demonstrations and community events that shaped the Chicago summer of 2020.
New virtual event series exploring women photographers who are also mothers featuring APA Chicago chair Lindsay Gallup
An online gathering to come together, ask questions, discuss, share and aid one-another in this turbulent time moderated by photographer Travis Keyes.
The industry continues to undergo dramatic changes. Learn how to navigate the new normal at our panel discussion featuring agency creatives.
Commercial photographer Mike Boatman has had many images stolen and now educates photographers how to protect their most valuable asset—their images.
Karen D'Silva and Jennifer Kilberg from Agency Access present the vision seminar - learn the ingredients for standing out in the creative marketplace.
Photographer Callie Lipkin has made the leap from photojournalist to an in-demand commercial photographer. The road is long and difficult but one worth taking.
Confused by various independent contractor vs. employee laws around the country? This events is for you, we've assembled the experts to answer all questions.
Creative consultant (and APA member) Carolyn Potts leads our seminar and will teach mindfulness tools to bring stability to your business.
Our panel features 10 in-demand production specialists who will discuss what it takes to make a living in commercial photography as a production professional.
Time to shake off the holiday rust and dive head first into planning for business success in 2018.
Join AbelCine, in partnership with APA Chicago for a panel discussion on adding motion to your marketable skill-set.
Beth Huerta from Candace Gelman & Assoc. teaches us how to build a killer portfolio that flows well, leaves a big impression, and can land that next assignment.
Have you ever faced a challenging issue in your photography business and thought, “I wonder how Sandro would handle this?” Well, now you can find out.
On January 1, 20019 Paul Elledge started a body of work called iPhone Once A Day as a visual social media experiment. Seven years later the project continues.
Generating new business requires you to break out of your comfort zone. Establish a workflow to gain confidence to complete difficult business-building tasks.
In this talk, photographer Rob Gregory will be speaking about how pursuing your passion can shape your career.
Photographer Zack Burris will be joined by Chad Hangden, Associate Creative Director at Marc USA, and Digital Artist Bill Scheffler to discuss "collaboration."
Lisa Sciascia will discuss her unusual career journey that started with a business degree now transformed into a successful photography business.
Andy Barnes will give a presentation titled, “Your Voice Envisioned,” in which he will discuss how photographers can maintain their personal aesthetics while...
Purveyor of effortless style, photographer Tom Maday discusses how to bring a lean, efficient and nimble approach to shooting on location.
Kristen and Chris Barker will discuss the topic of authenticity in advertising as it relates to commercial photography and video assignments.