imagemaker

im•age•mak•er

(ˈɪm ɪdʒˌmeɪ kər)

n.
a person, as a publicist, who specializes in creating images, as for companies.
[1925–30]
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Alhaji Mohammed's job as the imagemaker of the Federal Government is understandably made difficult by the expectation-result gap which seems to impose on him a duty to go the extra mile to promote and burnish the image of the administration.
Despite the protean transformations Conner effected throughout his career in respect to materials, forms, and identity (he had several artist alter egos), he was an obsessive imagemaker, and almost all the obsessions that inspired his work are present in A Movie.
He even upgraded us to First Class PHOTOGRAPHER: John Dean, Imagemaker Dean, Imagemaker Debt Collector Chris Ayre, 28, and dentist Lauren Ayre, 27, of Boldon Colliery, married at Las Vegas.
The shoot which took place with Imagemaker Photography was in recognition of Anti-Bullying Month.
Beth Hemeter of ImageMaker Photography provided the wedding photography.
Being an ex-bandit, she may have been conditioned in a certain way but she is also someone who has taken her lessons in life from bitter experiences," says Prahlad Kakkar, adman and imagemaker.
Where all this win take his career as an imagemaker remains to be seen.
Although its nonlaser ultraviolet Dicon never came to market, Esko- Graphics' Imagemaker made its debut in 1999, when Purup-Eskofot said it would supply the Chicago Sun-Times with machines for film output.
Products include ImageAutomator and ImageMaker CD-R production systems, and MyDisc, BatchDisc, ImageAligner and ImageAutoprinter applications.
RE\MAX of New York and Imagemaker 360 announced that they have partnered to provide leading-edge virtual tour technology to the real estate market in New York state.
Replacing him is Mingkwan Saengsuwan, Toyota's chief imagemaker in the Thai market for 20 years, who is known more for his PR and marketing skills than as an administrator.