Experiential marketing is a form of advertising that focuses primarily on helping consumers experience a brand – loosely defined as messaging you can touch, feel or view in a physical space.
As I booted up the computer on a cool Brisbane morning, visiting the usual sites and social media feeds I came across this blog post by a fellow UK based event photographer, Paul Clarke.
Paul’s mostly tongue and cheek post titled “The 12 best things a photographer can hear” as he puts it “may be a load of lighthearted nonsense, but in here lurk at least a few useful things you might want to think about when working with a photographer.”
The 2015 Queensland WaterAid Ball is a black tie, James Bond themed gala ball that brings together 450 people from across Brisbane’s business community to raise much needed funds for WaterAid.
WaterAid is an international, non governmental organisation dedicated to ensuring the world’s poorest people have access to safe drinking water and effective sanitation, changing their lives forever.
Photographer: Pat Brunet / Event Photos Australia & Matt / Sircle Studios
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