Resources

Below are other organizations working on promoting women in the photography field and beyond.

 

The Luupe

A community of women photographers creating custom content for leading brands.

We believe authenticity in advertising shouldn’t be hard to achieve. So we’re making it easier and more affordable to get a steady stream of stunning, diverse content - created specifically for you.

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F Collective

An initiative that asks brands + their agencies to pledge to present a female photographer option on each job, with a goal of increasing gender diversity in advertising photography.

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Alreadymade

This initiative hopes to aid in reaching gender parity for experienced women photographers. The crème de la crème of female content creators for the branded image and video economy.

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women in photography nyc

Launched in June 2008, Women in Photography is an innovative website founded by artists Amy Elkins and Cara Phillips that showcases the work of women artists.

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 worn

Worn builds brands for the female perspective. Worn is dedicated to helping women-led companies grow through strategy and design.

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shesees

She Sees’ mission is to inspire the next generation of diverse female filmmakers and empower more young women to tell their stories through film.

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women’s photo alliance

The WPA's mission is to support female photographers, offer multiple perspectives, and make the point of view of women more universal.

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badgers & winters

We lead with a female perspective that helps brans grow loyal and lasting relationships with women in an emotional intuitive way. After years of marketing to women around the world, we provide a global perspective that cultivates brand love. Having launched an industry-wide, global conversation on how women are portrayed in advertising, we are raising the standards in how brands talk to women.

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We, Women

We, Women is not just a grant: it’s an opportunity to shape a national conversation about problems, solutions, and how to find common ground.
The first phase of this developing project will feature up to 20 projects in key states and a mobile national exhibition starting in late 2020. We support women, transgender, and non-binary artists whose processes are rooted in community engagement and collaboration. Their projects will re-frame issues and highlight underrepresented narratives that resist and interrogate social and political landscapes while promoting empathy and unity.

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