DAM Asia-Pacific 2022

The Art and Practice of Managing Digital Media


Laura Di Ciero

Global Librarian and Content Curation Specialist, Global Marketing and Communications

World Vision

“When you photograph a face, you photograph the soul behind it” - Jean Luc Goddard

As Librarian and Curator, Laura organises and highlights World Vision’s vast global library of high-quality content. Laura is passionate about preserving and sharing the content captured in the communities World Vision works in, and works to ensure that the stories and people World Vision serves are treated with respect, and their stories are shared and told. 

Laura is responsible for maintaining the daily operations of World Vision’s Global Digital Asset Management system so that it is accessible to all staff and populated with current and properly catalogued photos, videos and digital assets. Laura also leads the global digital collaborative curation process, highlighting the best quality content being uploaded to the DAM.

Laura is a curation expert, having worked formerly as a Video Producer and Motion Graphics Artist in the non-profit and corporate sectors and holds a degree in Digital Media, Film Studies and Comparative Literature. 


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What others say

It is refreshing to see that the issues Digital Asset Managers face around the world are indeed universal. Events such as these provide an avenue for DAM professionals to discuss challenges and share solutions. By remaining platform agnostic in these sessions, Henry Stewart provides a place for safe and honest discussions.

Shane Appleby
Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art

HS DAM events are definitely a great learning opportunity about DAMs and other related subjects. Each lecture focuses on different topics and ways of integrating DAMs to different fields. Looking forward to other events such as these.

Alizsa Lynn Franco
Cultural Center of the Philippines

The DAM Asia-Pacific conference by HS Events exceeded my expectations. The presenters were very generous and informative and the space was welcoming and inclusive for all levels of DAMS practitioner. Thank you again. 

Lee-Anne Raymond
Museums Victoria