Elodie Mailliet Storm is Senior Director of Content Strategy and Innovation at Getty Images based in the Bay Area. In 2016, Elodie was named a JSK fellow in media innovation at Stanford University where she researched the monetization of photography in the age of social and search. Prior to this, she led content Partnerships and Business Development at Getty Images, where she oversaw content acquisition, strategy and partnerships with over 300 large media companies globally such as Vice, Conde Nast, National Geographic, amongst others. She is also at the origin of brand partnerships and crowdsourcing initiatives such as the Getty Images Instagram grant. Elodie also co-founded Getty Images' high-end portraiture and fashion division, Contour, which she led until 2014 representing the work of over 100 high-end portrait and fashion photographers. She has been on the board of award-winning documentary production company MediaStorm since the company’s inception in 2005, and is now also on the board of United Photo Industries, a non-for-profit creating large scale photography exhibitions like Photovile in NYC. She was nominated for an Emmy as the co-producer of the interactive documentary Bloodline. She was named one of the top 100 people in photography by American Photo. She is the author of the book one2one, published by TeNeues and Kant In Between Hope and Despair, published by L’Harmattan. A native of Paris, France, she came to the United States to pursue a Master's in Journalism at Northwestern University.
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