"As we gear up for our highly anticipated public photo festival in 2013, this new site will not only provide important updates on relevant news and events, but offer tips and tricks and other creative tactics to help photographers at every level succeed."
Boston, Mass. (PRWEB) October 15, 2012
Photo Nights Boston, a non-profit organization dedicated to celebrating the power of photography through public art, has announced the launch of its new website, dedicated to providing a much-needed resource and online community for local photographers at all levels - from the expert to the student to the casual enthusiast. In addition to its popular blog, the website now features online galleries and a local events listing. The highlight of the website is the visually engaging display of images captured by local Boston photographers throughout the site.
Hot on the heels of another booming Industry Event, which took place last Thursday night at Quixote Studios in Allston, Photo Nights Boston (PNB) has reached another milestone with its new website. Developed by travel and lifestyle agency, ISM, the creative team played a critical role in building a unique online community that would appeal to the photography masses, while supporting PNB’s mission of celebrating the power of photography and engaging the human spirit through public art.
“As a founding member of Photo Nights Boston, ISM has significant visibility into the goals of the organization and what it hopes to achieve with the new website,” said Kimberly Murdock, marketing and social media manager for ISM. “With that in mind, our team was able to design a truly innovative and engaging virtual home for PNB that not only clearly articulates its objectives, but offers something exceptionally unique for local photographers.”
“Since launching in 2010, Photo Nights Boston has been able to achieve so much in such little time, and this new website is a testament to the amazing work our team has done to continue driving our success forward,” said Katie Noble, founder and executive director of Photo Nights Boston. “As we gear up for our highly anticipated public photo festival in 2013, this new site will not only provide important updates on relevant news and events, but offer tips and tricks, contests and other creative tactics to help photographers of every level succeed and continue to drive innovation in and around Boston.”
About Photo Nights Boston
The mission of Photo Nights Boston (PNB), a 501c3 non-profit, is to celebrate photography and engage the human spirit through public art. To fulfill its mission, PNB will hold a public photo festival in Boston in October 2013. PNB believes in the power of visual storytelling, and will facilitate dialogue about photography through educational, experiential events throughout the year. Its goal is to bring together everyone who loves photography - from the Instagram enthusiast, to the student, to the professional - to celebrate the power of visual images. To learn more, visit http://www.photonightsboston.com.