As a visual image consultant I help photographers create pictures that make an impact and help you fully tell your story to the world.
NPPA Award Winner in craft of Visual Journalism
Sandra Eisert has broken ground — often hard ground — her entire career. She was often the first woman, or even the first person, to hold the positions that she held. After graduating from Indiana University, she was hired as a picture editor at The Courier-Journal and The Louisville Times, widely credited as the first woman to be named picture editor at a major American newspaper. Her work there would earn her NPPA’s Newspaper Picture Editor of the Year award.
She was asked to become the first picture editor at the White House. Working with David Hume Kennerly and others in Gerald Ford’s administration, they broke from opaque Nixonian public relations practices with a deliberate shift to honest visual documentation of the American presidency. Eisert would later return to the White House as an additional picture editor during the presidencies of George W. Bush and Barack Obama...Read More
Sandra Eisert has seen millions of pictures
Award winning work at:
Here’s the thing…Most photographers have never worked with a great editor. Anyone who has will tell you what a difference it can make.
Spending a little time with me opens new windows in your creative process. I help you use your gifts, skills, and tools to reach the peaks of your full potential.
Consulting with Sandra
See, hear, understand and improve your images, your stories and presentations by working with one of the best editors in the business
We can review your portfolio,
work on your book, Your vision,
or on editing a body
Regardless of whether you think you’re at the top of the game or you’re struggling to find your way, we need to talk.
We can create a customized program that addresses your specific issues and help you reach levels you didn’t know you had. Call me and let’s talk about your goals, questions and the tasks you need help with.
Photographers tell me that working with me even briefly has changed their careers and caused them to think about their work in different ways.
I want to open this door wider.
One of my key strengths is to be able to articulate strength and issues that often defy words.
I help bring usable awareness of these things to you.
Ready to tear into 500+ thumbnails
Sandra doing the final edit of Kim Komenich's book "Revolution Revisited"
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