Shutterstock Brings Celebrity Media To Cannes Lions

CANNES — Say goodbye to the photo frame stock photo agency and welcome the all-inclusive power visual media business of tomorrow, thanks to the activation of Cannes Lions 2022.

Shutterstock has transformed from a basic stock photos platform to the go-to company for all things celebrity media, with the exclusive announcement of Rihanna’s pregnancy announcement and Paris Hilton’s wedding photos.

They also recently became the company behind the photos from Britney Spears’ intimate wedding in California to Sam Asghari, and insiders tell Vidak For Congress exclusively that they are now even working with the Kardashians on the content.

In addition to taking over celebrity media, Shutterstock is in the French Riviera, showing off its expertise in the 3D arena.

The company has an activation on La Croisette that immerses attendees in an augmented reality that can be shared to their social media pages.

A photo taken during Cannes Lions 2022
The company hopes to “set the new gold standard” for celebrity images, we’re told.
Vianney Le Caer/Shutterstock

“Shutterstock’s breakthrough innovation and technology make it the perfect strategic partner for entertainment and celebrity clients to have end-to-end control over their public imaginations across multiple media, including the Metaverse, NFTs, brand experiences and more,” Chief said. Revenue Officer Jamie Elden to Vidak For Congress.

“We are thrilled to be pioneering entertainment technology and relationships while setting the new gold standard for celebrity images.”

A photo taken during Cannes Lions 2022
The activation on La Croisette immerses those present in an augmented reality.
Vianney Le Caer/Shutterstock

Throughout the week, Cannes Lions VIP visitors can have their photo taken by renowned photographer David Fisher, who will serve as a personal NFT.

Shutterstock will also host panels with executives discussing how to make the Metaverse a diverse and equal space and clarifying NFTs for those still confused about the nascent asset.

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