From the ASPP E-blast:
“Throughout history, the world has been influenced, shaped, corrupted and inspired by trends. The same could be said about advertising.
Join DEBRA WEISS and special guest STEVE LEVIT in an evening of conversation and imagery as they examine the who, what and when of the “trend.”
TUESDAY, June 17th
Registration and Social Mixer 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.; program with Q&A 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Anthony Next Studio, 3221 Hutchinson Avenue, Los Angeles 90034
NOTE: Parking is located on the north side of Venice Boulevard and Helms; limited parking available adjacent to studio.
ADMISSION: ASPP Members: $20 in advance, $25 at the door
APA, ASMP, AIGA members: $25 in advance, $30 at the door.
Non-Members of these organizations: $30
SPECIAL STUDENT RATE: $10
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
DEBRA WEISS has been an agent, a consultant for Black Book, a CEO of APA National. Debra presently is engaged in consulting with photographers and corporations, curating, lecturing, moderating panels and attempting to make the world better for photographers.
STEVE LEVIT is presently Chief Creative Officer for McCann Detroit and Los Angeles. Steve has worked on accounts ranging from cars to pizza. His launch of IKEA on the West Coast was the largest outdoor media buy in history, thereby actually making the world better for photographers.
Sponsored by ASPP West Coast Chapter and supported by Adbase.”