Blog on Digital Asset Management and Beyond



On Digital Asset Management and Beyond

8 Dec 2016

Finding a Career Working with a DAM System

Elizabeth Keathley

Oh, DAM Hopeful, if there were only a way I could show you to sure-fire employment with a reliable DAM system like that offered by the host of this blog, FotoWare. Unfortunately, the path to a Digital Asset Management job remains an uncertain one, and Digital Asset Managers themselves come from varied educational and professional backgrounds. However, I have compiled a list of general advice that I give out in general to everyone seeking DAM employment, and I offer it here for your enjoyment. Here are some Do’s and Don’ts hen seeking a career in Digital Asset Management:

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Chi Modu has had a fascinating career as a photojournalist. In Part I of our interview we talked about his experiences involving the world's biggest Hip Hop artists and his latest project, UNCATEGORIZED. In the second half of our chat Chi talks about the business behind his passion, the changing face of photography and social media.

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​I’ll be the first to admit, I’m not the most organized person. Starting my career as a creative, I found making things to be a lot easier than keeping things orderly. But, as most marketing professionals tell you, being methodical in how you create and manage your work, particularly in the organization of your content, you’ll spend more time doing the things you are good at, and less time fussing with the details. If you focus just a bit of your time on organization, you’ll improve your SEO and the share-ability of your content, I swear.

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PhotoVoice is a UK-based charity which uses photography to help bring about positive social change through projects both in the UK and around the world. Their mission and way of working is unique and we caught up with CEO Tom Elkins to tell their story.

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Chi Modu is a photojournalist who's responsible for producing some of the most iconic images of the Hip Hop movement. Throughout his career he has worked with legends including Tupac, Biggie and Snoop Dogg and his photos helped to define Hip Hop culture. He has recently released Tupac Shakur: Uncategorized, a book featuring 200 pages of previously unseen photos of the rapper 20 years after his death. In Part I of our interview, Chi talks about how he began shooting with Hip Hop's biggest stars and why an empty billboard inspired one of the most important turning points of his career.

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