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ASMPDC Presents

Eric Thayer - "Instagram strategies to promote your work" or "Instagram. The benefits of making a deal with "the devil""

Event Overview:
The words "hashtag" and "tagging" have become everyday language in the world of social media. As working photographers, we can no longer ignore Instagram which has become a vital part of marketing. It can be a tricky road to wander when deciding what hashtag to use, tagging subjects, clients, locations and what type of photos to post. New York based photojournalist Eric Thayer (handle: ERICTHAYER) will help us delve into this world. With over 45,000 thousand followers, Eric is named "one of the ten professional photographers to follow on Instagram" by Eric uses Instagram to promote his daily work, personal projects, and even Mr. Harrison (a fellow photographer's French Bulldog).

So bring your smartphones and an open mind to experience Instagram like you never have before.

About Eric Thayer:
Eric Thayer is a visual journalist based in New York. As a regular contributor to The New York Times, Getty, The Wall Street Journal, Sports Illustrated, and Reuters, he has years of experience covering national news, politics, and natural disasters. He has extensively covered two presidential campaigns and is working on a project focused on the U.S. Mexico border.

"…His Instagram feed not only displays his professional work that you might catch in major US newspapers, but also gives a more personal glimpse into the life of the photographer."

^This is from
instagram: ericthayer
twitter: @ericthayer

Date and Time:
March 10, 2015
Doors open 6:30 PM
Event 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Registration Fee:
Non Member $25
Member $15
Student $5

415B Walker Court, SE Washington DC 20003
(202) 674-9975

DC, Capitol Hill, three blocks from Eastern Market Metro.
Plenty of street parking on 11th and 12th streets at either end of Walker Court


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