FRAMES Podcast with Julie Grahame

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Julie Grahame – a photography consultant and curator who has been in the industry for more than 30 years.

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If you are looking for assistance with editing, sequencing; your portfolio, website, or online presence; negotiating a job or license; help with a contract, or just to talk through a project or concern, Julie Grahame will help you out.

In 1992 she moved from London to New York to run an international photo agency representing 400+ photographers. She left in 2006 and took the archive of Yousuf Karsh with her to continue clearing rights for his iconic photographs. She edits, writes and publishes aCurator magazine, and aCurator blog, which was cited both by the British Journal of Photography and LIFE in their reviews of influencers and taste-makers. For two years I was associate director at ClampArt fine art gallery. She now consults and reviews work for photographers of all levels and styles. She also enjoys guest appearances speaking and presenting to students and she hosts a workshop with NORD Photography in Inderøy, Norway.

Julie Grahame
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aCURATOR

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Comments (3):

  1. Jeff Alu

    October 2, 2020 at 17:15

    Your aCurator link is linked to a personal instagram page instead of aCurator.

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    • Tomash

      October 6, 2020 at 14:05

      Thank you so much for pointing it out, Jeff. Link corrected.

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  2. William Eastman

    October 2, 2020 at 21:59

    I enjoyed this podcast – thank you for making this available!

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