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Image Source Founder ChristinaVaughan Launches everywoman'Image Source Founder and CEPIC President, ChristinaVaughan, as part of the everywoman team launches Modern Muse, a major initiative designed to inspire and engage the next generation of female business leaders and entrepreneurs by showcasing successful women of today in all walks of business life.
Karen Gill, MBE, Co-founder of everywoman said, The UK is suffering from a female 'role model' shortage, yet there are thousands of wonderful women in differing roles and industries, from diverse backgrounds and education who can demonstrate the range of exciting career options that many girls don't even hear about
26.05.2011 CEPIC President, ChristinaVaughan, CEO of Image Source, gave the keynote address at the IPTC Metadata Conference. She said "Our industry is moving fast to incorporate video and audio. We give full support to this IPTC initiative to help ...
11.06.2011 In 1999, ChristinaVaughan founded Image Source with the challenge to become a different kind of photography agency – one where royalty free photography was produced to the same quality standards as traditional Rights Managed. ...
She was one of ten children – six girls and four boys – who shared just two rooms. Today, she heads up the world’s leading royalty-free stock photography agency, Image Source, with annual sales of more than £10 million and offices in New York and London.Why I Became A Muse
ChristinaVaughan is founder and CEO of Image Source and president of the European trade body CEPIC, which represents more than 1,000 picture sources in Europe and held its annual congress in Dublin last week.