Andrea has worked with images throughout her career. Starting out at Rainbird Publishers, creators of the ‘coffee table book’, she later went on to cofound the image agency ASAP, Israel. Her close involvement with the heritage sector began in 2002 as Head of Images and Rights at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, which she transitioned from analogue to digital and to pro-actively licensing commercially and internationally. Andrea founded ASA Ltd, visual content consultancy, in 2011S working with clients including Oxford University, Imperial War Museum and English Heritage. She recognises the huge potential for museum image collections in the global marketplace, and the barriers that often prevent them from moving deeper into the digital arena. ASA Ltd also provides copyright training and Andrea speaks regularly and moderates webinars and at trade conferences including ACE, CEPIC and DMLA, on issues related to heritage, copyright and the future of the image industry. Clients include university and cultural heritage collections, corporations, publishers, image agencies, archives, photography competitions.
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