Capture press release.
We are delighted to announce that Steve Lake has joined the Capture team as Head of Managed Services. Steve will be responsible for leading and developing Capture’s established Managed Services team.
Steve has a wealth of experience within the picture industry. His previous roles include Chairman of BAPLA (British Association of Picture Libraries and Agencies) – the UK’s most important picture industry body; and Library Manager for 4 Corners Images, which specialises in high quality travel stock photography. He has also worked for Aviation Images, Impact Photos and Rex Features.
Steve considers his greatest professional achievement to be sourcing, securing and selling the image of the French Concorde in flames during take-off at Charles de Gaulle airport – used on multiple front covers including the Daily Mirror, Daily Mail and Newsweek, all done from a rented room with one phone and one computer, six months after starting up his own agency!
“I am very pleased indeed to announce Steve’s senior appointment to Capture. Steve brings considerable commercial and licensing experience to the company and he will lead the Managed Collections team to build this important and exciting division of the company. Please join me in welcoming Steve to Capture.” – Abbie Enock, CEO, Capture.
Contact Steve directly:
m: +44 (0) 7810 715075
o: +44 (0) 1491 873011
Capture is a leader in Enterprise grade media management systems and services which includes rights, licensing, metadata and royalties. Capture is an innovative technology and services company with a truly human interface. Metadata, rights expertise and best practices are at the heart of Capture which provides web-based systems from its private ‘cloud’ along with practical, hands-on expert services that help organisations maximize the value of all their content to develop their brand.
Capture has a strong reputation across a wide customer base, and long and deep relationships with its clients. Capture systems are used by leading cultural organisations on both sides of the Atlantic, including British Library, National Maritime Museum, Historic Royal Palaces, National Gallery of Ireland, The Geffrye and National Portrait Gallery; by public service organisations such as the UK’s National Health Service; by global publishers such as Macmillan and News International; by commercial image libraries such as Cultura and Blend; by national tourist organisations such as VisitBritain and VisitEngland, and international charities such as the RSPCA and many others.
Team members are recognised experts in all matters relating to rights and licensing, metadata and royalties. Capture has incorporated that deep knowledge in an enterprise-grade, scalable media management system that meets the needs of today’s rapidly-changing digital landscape.