The Jonathan Klein keynotes promote the influential power that photographs have. As the CEO and Co-founder of Getty Images, Klein understands the potential that exists in photographs.
Klein created Getty Images with Mark Getty as a means of providing stock photography to businesses all over the world. Currently, Klein serves on 'The Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS' and 'Getty Investments.' Prior to this, Klein ran Hambros Bank Limited's Media Industry Group. In terms of his education, Klein attended the University of Cambridge.
Due to his work with photography, Klein was listed as on of the '100 Most Important People in Photography,' as well as receiving the 'Entrepreneur of the Year Award' from Washington CEO magazine. Fast Company also named him as one of 'The Fast 50- The people who will change the way we work and live over the next ten years.'
Photographs have the power to haunt, to break hearts and to evoke change and these sentiments are echoed throughout the Jonathan Klein keynotes.