Poppy Creative joins Space for Arts in supporting ASMP Covid-19 Financial Relief
Poppy Creative joins Space for Arts in Supporting The American Society of Media Photographers’ Foundation to Provide Covid-19 Financial Relief to Production Professionals
Newburyport, MA, December 10, 2020 – Poppy Creative Agency is joining Space for Arts in supporting The American Society of Media Photographers’ Foundation through ‘The Donors Circle’. This initiative offers grants to industry professionals including photographers, stylists, assistants, digital technicians, production assistants, and more. Anyone who makes a living in the still or motion capture business who has been financially impacted during the Covid-19 crisis and needs assistance is eligible to apply.
Through the end of 2021, Poppy Creative will be joining Space for Arts in donating 2% of their revenue to the Donor’s Circle.
Application information for grants under this program can be found here.
“Now more than ever is the time to give back to one’s community. Having been a member of the creative community for over twenty years I felt like this was the right initiative and the right moment to do what I could to help those who are struggling in our industry currently. Our team at Poppy Creative prides themselves on being a support for all artists and this helps enforce those values and share them with our industry,” said Traci Terrick founder of Poppy Creative.
About Poppy Creative Agency: Poppy Creative is a unique collective of top tier visual storytellers from both coasts. This well-established creative agency has long-standing relationships in the photography industry, and their diverse array of photographers are talented in advertising, commercial, and catalog work. Poppy Creative’s roster also includes prop stylists, food stylists, and producers. This broad roster of talent is able to fulfill the full range of still and video production needs. Poppy Creative represents can book individuals, or a full team of talent to help bring a clients’ vision come to life. Poppy Creative takes the stress and uncertainty out of shoots and guarantees captivating images every single time.
About Space for Arts: Founded in 2017, Space for Arts (“SfA”) is a global B2B marketplace for photo and video production professionals looking to book production spaces of all kinds. SfA presents a vetted inventory of professional production spaces with robust search tools optimized for the needs of production professionals. This fundamental utility is combined with a patent pending “Booking Tool” which mirrors the established and unique booking practices and processes of the industry, simplifying the process and providing powerful, time saving, utility to both studio owners and production professionals. SfA’s technology offers a seamless, intuitive flow that fosters human connection and saves time so users can focus on the creative aspects of production. SfA is the trusted professional tool for the production community.
About ASMP and The ASMP Foundation: Since its founding in 1944, The American Society of Media Photographers (“ASMP”) has enjoyed historically important members, from all genres of photography; from Dorthea Lange to Gordon Parks, to Richard Avedon. ASMP is the premier trade association for the most respected photographers across the world. ASMP is the leader in providing extensive education and resources to photographers on the best practices to run and grow a business in these fields, promoting the rights of photographers through a robust program of legal and public policy advocacy, connecting member photographers with clients, and producing business publications for photographers that set the industry standards. ASMP is celebrating its 75th Anniversary this year with nearly 3,500 members and 38 chapters.
The ASMP Foundation is a 501(c) 3 associated with but independent from the American Society of Media Photographers. The ASMP leadership saw a need to create a vehicle that could better support and fund educational and culturally important projects that would nurture young talent and support photographic endeavors in communities not routinely covered by mainstream media. In addition, it was important to provide a way to contribute to the national conversation on media and visual literacy with a particular focus on how visual language and images enhance our understanding of the world beyond one own life’s boundaries.
Founder, Poppy Creative Agency