Angie Boothroyd: having a good trade show
Going to a fair with your new designs requires a lot of preparation and consideration – and some of it should address legal issues. Jewellery designer Angie Boothroyd talks about why she shows her designs at trade and retail fairs and what she does to make it a success.
For example, Angie always commissions a professional photographer to take pictures of her designs. In order to retain control over the copies of these photos it is necessary to have a written agreement with the photographer.
- What is a trade mark?
- How to protect your company or brand name
- Patents : The Basics
- Design into manufacture: Making the big leap
- Who owns the copyright in the photograph?
- Copyright : The basics
This film originally was originally commissioned for Own-it TV, a collaboration with UAL’s Own-it IP advice unit interviewing designer-makers about their practice and the practical legal issues that they face. Lawyer: Silas Brown, Briffa; camera: Donald Bousted; camera assistant: Alex Hedley; post production: Best Bits Media Ltd; produced by Silvia Baumgart; narrated by Nick Kaplony; filmed at Cockpit Arts and the Business Design Centre; commissioned by Own-it.