Podcast Episode 30 – Shutterstock’s 2016 Trends

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Episode #30: Robyn Lange on Shutterstock’s 2016 Trends

Images are increasingly important to marketers who rely on them to convey their message in today’s digital world where consumers seem to read less and skim more. In the latest HOWLive podcast interview, Ilise Benun, founder of Marketing-Mentor.com and Partner for HOW Design Live’s Creative Entrepreneur program, talks with Robyn Lange, in-house curator at Shutterstock, about the top 4 global trends for 2016 (see them here) and how they’re determined in this data-driven world.

Photo Credit: Robyn Lange by Jen Dessinger - front view

Photo Credit: Robyn Lange by Jen Dessinger – front view

About Robyn Lange:

Robyn Lange joined Shutterstock as an In-House Curator, highlighting the best of the 80 million images in the collection. She developed an extensive knowledge of image libraries through 20 years spent as a photo editor. Working for publications such as Time, Vogue, and, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, she has worked closely with some of the most talented photographers in the industry and produced elaborate photo shoots across the world.

 

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