London — 24 May 2022: Getty Images, a preeminent global visual content creator and marketplace, and amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, has today announced the renewal of their exclusive 5-year editorial partnership which will see Getty Images continue to create and distribute content from amfAR’s global calendar of events.
As official content partner, Getty Images’ team of award-winning photographers and videographers will cover amfAR’s glittering gala events in Cannes, Los Angeles, New York and others hosted around the world, which raise much-needed funds for AIDS research and HIV prevention. Getty Images will continue to create premium photography, video and social ready content, served to a global audience.
“It is a privilege to continue our exclusive collaboration with amfAR, who with every new year continue to make huge progress in ending the HIV epidemic,” said Lisa Marie Rae, Senior Director, Entertainment and Video, Editorial Content, Getty Images. “We are proud to have partnered with amfAR over the past 20-years, creating memorable content from some of the glitziest galas around the world. The renewal of this partnership allows Getty Images and amfAR to connect the great work being carried out supporting AIDS research, education, and advocacy to a wider global audience.”
“We are delighted to be renewing our longstanding relationship with Getty Images,” said Kevin Robert Frost, amfAR’s chief executive officer. “With their expertise, experience and global reach, Getty continues to be an indispensable partner in shining a spotlight on amfAR’s efforts to end the global HIV/AIDS epidemic through innovative research, and we’re deeply grateful for their continued support.”
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