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Adolescent Content and Getty Images Collaborate to Modernize the Depiction of Young People in Stock Imagery

November 12, 2019 • Company NewsComments (0)

Putting young people behind the camera to create authentic and diverse representation of millennials and Gen Z New York- November 12, 2019: Getty Images, a world leader in visual communications, and Adolescent Content, a media company representing Gen Z and millennial creatives, have today announced an ongoing partnership that aims to modernize the

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Getty Images Gallery and 10 Corso Como’s ‘Beat Positive’ Exhibit Celebrates Imagery from Early Hip Hop

October 24, 2019 • Company NewsComments (0)

October 24, 2019- New York City: In collaboration with 10 Corso Como, Getty Images Gallery today announced Beat Positive, a new exhibition which will bring to life the dawn of hip hop culture through a series of iconic and rare photographs.  On view from

Al Bello Honored with Achievement in Sports Award from the Lucie Foundation

October 23, 2019 • Company NewsComments (0)

October 23, 2019- New York: The Lucie Foundation last night honored Getty Images Chief Sports Photographer Al Bello with the Achievement in Sports Award, acknowledging Al’s extensive body of work at the world’s largest sporting events. Al has covered

Photojournalist Lynn Johnson Selected for 2019 Getty Images and Chris Hondros Fund Award

September 26, 2019 • Company NewsComments (0)

Honors to be presented at the Chris Hondros Fund benefit and silent auction in New York  New York, 26, September, 2019 – The Chris Hondros Fund (CHF) and Getty Images have today announced Lynn Johnson has been chosen to receive the eighth annual Getty

AARP and Getty Images launch The Disrupt Aging® Collection

September 24, 2019 • Company NewsComments (0)

Image collection seeks to combat ageist stereotypes and change the way we depict aging in media and advertising NEW YORK—September 24, 2019—In conjunction with AARP, Getty Images, a world leader in visual communications, has announced a joint image

Getty Images and Verizon Media announce $40,000 Disability-Focused Creative Bursary to support and encourage talent as they convey the stories, lives and realities of the disability community

September 19, 2019 • Company NewsComments (0)

NEW YORK—September 19, 2019—Getty Images, a world leader in visual communications, in collaboration with Verizon Media, has announced its latest global Creative Bursary grant program centering around life with disabilities. Aimed at elevating

Getty Images Announces Recipients of 2019 Reportage Grants

September 5, 2019 • Company NewsComments (0)

Awards US$45,000 to three photojournalists in support of their work highlighting survivors of civilian massacres in Guatemala in the 1980s; a community of young women as they learn to swim in Zanzibar; and the transformation of a once-fertile region into a

Getty Images Named the Official Photographer of the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival

August 28, 2019 • Company NewsComments (0)

A portion of proceeds made will be donated to TIFF Share Her Journey campaign to support women in film New York- 28 August 2019: Getty Images, a world leader in visual communications, today announced a renewed partnership with the Toronto International Film

Getty Images appoints Kjelti Kellough as SVP & General Counsel

July 2, 2019 • Company NewsComments (0)

Global media leader appoints Calgary-based Kellough to executive-level legal position July 2, NEW YORK —Getty Images, a world leader in visual communications, has announced the appointment of its senior-most legal position – Kjelti Kellough, has been

Getty Images awards $20,000 LGBTQ+ Stories Creative Bursary to three emerging photographers as part of broader effort to encourage diverse, inclusive storytelling

June 26, 2019 • Company NewsComments (0)

June 26, NEW YORK—Getty Images, a world leader in visual communications, has named three recipients of its bi-annual global Creative Bursary, titled LGBTQ+ Stories, with each photographer receiving one-time grants of $10,000, $7,000 and $3,000, for first,