Creating a Successful Kickstarter Campaign with guests Lou Jones and Barry Schneier
During this Free ZOOM webinarwe will review three successful Kickstarter campaigns. It takes more than luck and a good idea to reach your goal. In this one hour plus presentation, Lou Jones, Barry Schneier and Digital Silver Imaging will tell you the elements that made their campaigns a success. If you are considering a crowd sourcing campaign, have run your own, or are just curious about the process we invite you to attend.
(Image Top: Lou Jones, panAFRICAproject: Volume One. Image Bottom: Barry Schneier, Bruce Springsteen. Rock and Roll Future. The Book.)
When: Thursday, May 14, 12:00 PM EDT
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Barry Schneier is a photographer and writer who began his career in the 1970s working with up and coming as well as established musicians in Boston, San Francisco and later in Los Angeles. It was there that he became immersed in the world of video and film production working on features, commercials, documentaries and eventually migrating over to the “new” genre of the era; the music video. Barry’s work has been exhibited in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum, The Grammy Museum and is housed in permanent collections at Paramount Studios, CBS, MTV, The New England Folk Archives, The Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music, Morrison Hotel Gallery, and Proud Gallery in London. His work has appeared in numerous books, publications and on album art. Barry is most noted for his work capturing a young Bruce Springsteen at The Harvard Square Theatre in 1974. Website
Lou Jones’ eclectic career has evolved from commercial to the personal. It has spanned every format, film type, artistic movement and technological change. He maintains a studio in Boston, Massachusetts and has photographed for Fortune 500 corporations, international companies and local small businesses including Federal Express, Nike and the Barr Foundation; completed assignments for magazines and publishers all over the world such as Time/Life, National Geographic and Paris Match; initiated long term projects on the civil wars in Central America, death row, Olympics Games and pregnancy; and published multiple books. Website