Episode 600 | Broadcast: December 03, 2016
Fine art photography dealer Catherine Couturier is a bundle of energy as she moves and shakes the art world to promote her artists. Building the Catherine Couturier Gallery has been a labor of love, passion and sleep deprivation. Amber Ambrose interviews an art dealer who some might say is an artist in her own right. In our vignettes: Byron Hebert brings us a Tool Time Update; Laura Max Rose chats with Aja Brown, mayor of the City of Compton; and Robin Tooms interviews the fabulous Chloe Dao.
Her specialty is photography. Good photography. Featured Guest Catherine Couturier, of the Catherine Couturier Gallery, travels the world to enhance the careers of her artists. Amber Ambrose interviews an international entrepreneur.
BusinessMakers Thought Leaders
Change can be difficult, but it can also bring growth and positive results—and she should know! Laura Max Rose is reporting from the Sixth Annual Rockin’ Resiliency Luncheon with Aja Brown, the youngest elected mayor of the City of Compton.
Selling fine art photography—and working with the artists who produce these photos—is a relationship-based business and it’s harder than most people think.
Russ returns to the University of Houston to catch up with Ken Jones, executive director of the Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship at the C.T. Bauer College of Business.