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Currently looking for an agent on contract based in Paris. An agent is a highly experienced and knowledgeable professional who plays a pivotal role in managing the careers of artists, photographers, or other creative talents. This role involves a combination of strategic planning, client relationship management, industry expertise, and leadership. Here’s a comprehensive overview of the role of an agent at Print & Contact:

Client Management and Representation- Agent is responsible for representing and managing a roster of  artists or photographers, developing strong relationships with them and their clients.

Strategic Planning- Agent devises long-term career strategies for their clients, identifying opportunities for growth in their industry, and ensuring that career decisions align with their creative aspirations.

Negotiation and Contracts- Ensures that contracts protect the interests of their artists while maximizing their artistic and financial potential. The agent ensures that contracts protect the interests of their artists while maximizing their artistic and financial potential.

Industry Networking-  Agents use their connections to create opportunities for their artists and keep abreast of industry trends.

Promotion and Marketing- Agents develop and execute comprehensive marketing and promotional strategies to enhance their artists’ visibility and reputation. This includes securing press coverage, managing online presence, and leveraging social media platforms.

Financial Management-  Agents oversee the financial aspects of their artists’ careers, including setting pricing for their work, managing budgets, and ensuring timely payment for completed work.

Artistic Direction- Agents provide insights to artists on refining their artistic portfolios and staying relevant within the ever-evolving art and photography landscapes.

Crisis Management- When challenges arise, agents use their experience to address issues diplomatically and find effective solutions, securing their artists well-being.

Continuous Learning- The art and photography industries are dynamic and ever-changing. Agents stay updated on market trends, technological advancements, and industry shifts to adapt their strategies and offerings accordingly.

Deal Brokering- Agents are skilled dealmakers, identifying and negotiating lucrative opportunities for their artists’. Such includes collaborations with brands, editorial features, and commercial projects.

In summary, an agent is a seasoned professional who combines artistic insight, business acumen, industry knowledge, and exceptional relationship-building skills to guide artists or photographers toward successful and fulfilling careers.

Currently looking for a producer on contract based in Paris. Producers play a crucial role in overseeing and managing various aspects of creative projects. The producer acts as a facilitator and coordinator, working closely with artists, designers, photographers, printers, and others to ensure that projects are executed smoothly and meet artistic, technical, and commercial standards. Here’s an overview of the role of a producer at Print & Contact:

Project Planning and Management- Producers are responsible for the overall planning and execution of creative projects. They collaborate with agents, artists and other creatives to define project goals, timelines, budgets, and resources required for successful completion.

Collaboration and Coordination- Producers act as a bridge between various teams and individuals involved in a project, including artists, photographers, designers, and clients. They communicate effectively ensuring everyone is aligned with project objectives, and coordinate the efforts of different stakeholders.

Budgeting and Financial Management- Producers handle budgeting for projects, tracking expenses, and ensuring that the project remains within the allocated financial resources. They make decisions to optimize spending while maintaining quality and artistic integrity.

Logistics and Scheduling- Producers create and manage project schedules; coordinating the production process from concept development to final delivery. They ensure that milestones are met, deadlines are adhered to, and potential delays are addressed promptly.

Resource Allocation- Producers allocate and manage resources such as equipment, materials, and personnel to support the project’s requirements. They ensure that the right tools and skills are available to achieve the desired artistic and technical outcomes.

Vendor and Supplier Management- Producers identify and collaborate with external vendors. They negotiate contracts, request quotes, and oversee the production process when outsourced services are involved.

Risk Management- Producers identify potential risks and challenges that may arise during the project and develop contingency plans to mitigate these issues. They anticipate problems and proactively address them to minimize disruptions.

Client Relations- Producers communicate regularly with clients, providing updates to project progress, addressing client feedback, and managing expectations.

Documentation and Reporting- Producers maintain thorough project documentation, including contracts, agreements, approvals, and production notes. They generate reports for internal and external stakeholders, summarizing project status, outcomes, and lessons learned.

In summary, a producer in the fine arts and print media industry serves as a pivotal figure in bringing artistic visions to life. They combine artistic sensibilities with strong organizational, communication, and management skills to orchestrate successful projects that meet both creative and commercial objectives.

Currently looking for temporary intern placements for immediate hire.