August 2, 2012
The Morris + King Company Retained By Aperture Foundation
The Morris + King Company (MKC; www.morris-king.com), a public relations and integrated marketing agency, announced that it has been retained by Aperture Foundation—a NYC-based foundation founded in 1952 to connect the photo community and its audiences in print, in person and online.
MKC will develop and execute a comprehensive public relations campaign on behalf of the Aperture Foundation, as the Foundation celebrates its 60th anniversary with a benefit gala and photography auction on October 23, 2012. The campaign will tap the diverse strengths of MKC in the consumer and lifestyle sectors, bringing heightened awareness to the Aperture Foundation's 60th anniversary, its multiplatform publications, and diverse program of photography projects, exhibitions and educational initiatives.
"We're enormously pleased to be working with the Aperture Foundation," said Jennifer Moses, vice president of The Morris + King Company and director of its Consumer and Lifestyle division. "We're looking forward to building awareness around Aperture's 60th anniversary gala and auction, and to be a part of such a prestigious organization in the photography and art communities."