I’ve found what I think is a great opportunity for inventors. I recently contacted David Friedman, a photographer based in New York City. Having worked for television news stations and several major fashion labels, his latest subject is of a new flavor – inventors and their inventions.
I often say and truly believe that the greatness of the United States is in our creativity. We have had a history of great innovators and great innovations. And that greatness, that hope for change in the future, needs to be documented. I’m thrilled that Friedman understands this and wants to immortalize the American inventor and his or her invention in print.
Friedman plans to photograph inventors with their inventions. This isn’t only great for your history, but potentially your future! It’s impossible to predict what volume of publicity this might generate, but it is safe to say that it is free and could be great. I encourage you to learn more about his work at davidfriedmanphoto.com.
Stephen Key is a successful award-winning inventor who has licensed
over 20 products in the past 25 years. Along with business partner
Andrew Krauss, Stephen runs inventRight, a company dedicated to educating inventors about selling their ideas and the skills needed to succeed. You can ask questions and get advice on the inventRight forum, check out the resource center, and listen to the weekly radio show on inventing.