ASMP Executive Director speaks with photographer, filmmaker, and author Peter Krogh about the intersection of photography and technology, digital asset management, and their shared experiences at National Geographic.
Peter Krogh is a photographer, writer, filmmaker, publisher and consultant. For 30 years, he has created compelling visual images for editorial and commercial clients who need to send a message, tell a story or connect with an audience.
In the last decade, Peter has become one of the world’s foremost authorities on Digital Asset Management and workflow. He has worked with companies that create the digital photography ecosystem, such as Adobe, Microsoft, iView, Phase One, CRU, O’Reilly Media and PhotoShelter.
And Peter has worked with institutions that represent the interest of photographers such as the US Library of Congress, IPTC and World Press Photo. He served on the board of Directors of ASMP and founded and chairs the Digital Standards and Practices Committee.
His consulting clients include Delta Airlines, the World Wildlife Foundation, The Discovery Channel, Frans Lanting Photography and Johns Hopkins University. He has presented, taught and led workshops worldwide, including all over the US, Canada, South Africa, China, England, Australia, New Zealand and Italy. His books have been published in English, Spanish, French and German.
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