Andrew Delaney - Director of Creative Content, Getty Images
With the accelerated rise of digital media, and as brands and individuals all become publishers, the demand for video content has been growing exponentially. Getty Images are increasingly on the lookout for relevant, local content to support the needs of the market. How can Australian agencies, filmmakers and production companies that are generating a lot of content benefit from this trend?
Join Getty Images' Creative Content Director, Andrew Delaney, as he outlines:
•The latest trends in consumption, producing and distributing video content
•Australian demand for stock footage
•What makes sellable stock video: topics, styles, technology
•Practical tips on working with Getty Images as a video contributor: technical requirements, contracts, submission process
If you want to monetise your existing b-roll or unused production video, or you are interested in shooting for stock in the future, this webinar is for you.
About the presenter:
Andrew Delaney - Global Director of Creative Content
Andrew Delaney and his team are responsible for the development of Getty Images¹ video content. Working closely with filmmakers and art directors from across the globe, Andrew plays a critical role in ensuring that Getty Images continues to meet the changing needs of creators around the world.
Andrew began his career in 1989 with Tony Stone Images in London and moved to the U.S. in 1998 for Getty Images. He is now the Global Director of Creative Content across both Getty Images and iStock portfolios, based in New York. Andrew¹s two decades of art directing in Europe and America fuel his expertise on creativity and content.