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Women photographers

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Attention, ladies! The new FotoRoomOPEN edition brings you the fantastic opportunity of showing your work to the New York based, all-female photography agency ACN and the chance to be added to the group of women photographers they currently represent. Read on for all the details, submit your work, and good luck! (Hey gentlemen, we're sorry but we just couldn't pass the possibility to create such a great opportunity for one of the ladies; we hope you'll understand).

The Juror - ACN
ACN (website / Instagram) is an all-female photography agency based in New York City. Established in 2016 by Amie Norris, ACN represents and fosters the careers of some very talented women photographers; their roster currently includes Michal Chelbin, Jillian Freyer, Christina Holmes, Jenny Hueston, Catherine Hyland, Naho Kubota, Laura Okita, Zara Pfeifer and Carol Sachs. Through ACN's representation, these girls have made work for top magazines such as Vogue, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, Interview Magazine and Vanity Fair, and it's terrific-scroll through ACN's Instagram feed and see for yourself!

The Opportunity - Get represented (or mentored) by ACN
We're thrilled to announce that Amie Norris is offering the amazing opportunity for one woman photographer who will participate in this FotoRoomOPEN edition to join ACN's roster of artists, thus becoming in all respects an ACN represented photographer.

Choosing a new photographer to represent is a big commitment, so Amie regrets that she won't be able to realize the opportunity she is offering in the circumstance that, at her exclusive discretion, she did not deem any of the applicants a good fit for ACN. If such were the case, however, she would select one photographer for a three-month mentorship of the kind she already does with younger female artists. The mentorship would consist of three live sessions with her (one per month) covering topics such as outlining a career strategy, editing your work and providing advice on pricing and promotion; and the possibility to reach out to her via email throughout the entire duration of the mentorship.

Amie may also need to speak directly with a few shortlisted applicants after looking at all the submissions, so please expect the possibility to jump on a call to discuss your work with her.