Q: When should I use a Project on an Agreement?


A: Projects represent specific assignments or work that may have a unique identifier as the main reference (e.g. Project #BB001) or may have different sets of rights for each set of work. 


Example: 


A photographer is hired for a photo shoot (#BB111) and she licenses US print rights for the resulting photos. She is hired for another photo shoot (#AD222) and the rights granted are for print and digital worldwide. The incoming photos are referenced by Project (“BB111” or “AD222”) in order to determine the applicable rights.