Do the Wright Thing: PhotoShelter Town Hall in Atlanta

The Atlanta Town Hall panel was the only one to feature a practicing attorney and photographer, Carolyn Wright, which made for some interesting conversations regarding intellectual property. Business-guru, John Harrington, joined Rich Wakefield, Bryan Meltz, David Walter Banks, Bill Frakes and Meagan Ziegler-Haynes in a discussion moderated by yours truly.

We have just wrapped up our Town Halls here in LA (ok, ok, it was Orange County), and we’re tired, but really jazzed at the opportunity to meet so many of you in person. The concerns that you aired changed from city to city, and reinforced for me the need to get out and talk to people as often as possible. So thanks for coming out and listening to us for an afternoon.

We’re going to keep pumping out the videos over the next few weeks, as I think the information that can be gleaned from each speaker and panel is as diverse as the venues we visited. I hope you have a chance to check them all out. And definitely tell us what you thought of the Town Halls in general. We would love to bring the concept to other towns when we can, so any feedback would be really helpful in shaping the program into something useful for you.

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Allen Murabayashi is the co-founder of PhotoShelter.

There are 3 comments for this article
  1. Neemah Esmaeilpour at 2:06 pm

    Thank you Allen and Grover for making the Town Halls available for those of us who couldn’t make it to any of the gatherings. These videos have so much info and relevance for today’s photographer. Keep ’em coming.

  2. Allen Murabayashi at 9:01 pm

    Neemah, Our pleasure. We wish we could have made it to more cities this time around, but I think the videos really capture the spirit of the discussions. The only thing that is missing is the free food and drink at the end! Regards, Allen

  3. Mike Weimar at 5:00 pm

    Not to look a gift horse in the mouth, but is there any possibility that you could put the videos up in a way that they could be downloaded to an ipod (mp4). I, Iike Grover in an earlier blog post, like to work “in the park across the street”

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