|Shelby Lee Adams
||Shelby Lee Adams Photographer, educator; author, Appalachian Lives, Appalachian Portraits, and Appalachian Legacy.
||Photographer and educator; widely exhibited.
||Eduardo Angel has worked as a photographer, DP, digital consultant, photography instructor, and architect. His mission is to help photographers, filmmakers and corporations to use technology to enhance creativity.
Selected consulting clients include Canon U.S.A., the Chicago Architecture Foundation, Tenba, Cinevate, Leaf, Hasselblad, Cambo, X-Rite, Mamiya, New York Magazine, Time Inc. Digital, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Avon, Doyle, and the New York Times, among others.
To see his work and get more information visit his website at
|Jane Evelyn Atwood
||photographer/author; widely collected; recipient, numerous awards;
author of Too Much Time, Women in Prison and Dialogues de Nuit, among others; published in Life Magazine, The New York Times Magazine, Stern, Géo, Paris Match, The Independent, Telegraph, Libération, VSD, Marie-Claire, and Elle, among others; worked on-assignment for Doctors without Borders, Handicap International, and Action Against Hunger.
||Special events and portrait photographer, educator. Clients include; Cartier, Christie's, NAACP, Whitney Museum, Frick Collection, United Nations, Harvard University, Johnson + Johnson, Campari. Widely exhibited; published in New York Times Magazine, Vogue, InStyle.
||Photographer; work is in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum, the City of Paris Collection, NYNEX, and ICP; published in The New Yorker, GQ, Rolling Stone, and Esquire; clients include GTE, Bell South, and I. M. Pei Partners.
||Video and sound artist, performer, writer. Exhibitions and screenings internationally, including the ICA in London, the Sound Art Museum in Rome, the Blaffer Gallery at the University of Texas Museum, Galerie Chez Valentin in Paris, the Bronx Museum of Art, and the Queens Museum of Art. Writings published in NY Arts, Surveillance and Society in the U.K. and Ideologica Ádhuc in Spain. Grants received from New York Foundation for the Arts and the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs. Recipient of three residencies at Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY. Awarded a grant from the Fondation Téno to attend a residency at CAMAC in Marnay-sur-Seine, France, summer 2006. Faculty, New School University. B.A. Art History, New York University. M.F.A, Parsons School of Design.
||Londoner Janette Beckman began her career at the dawn of punk rock
working for The Face and Melody Maker. She shot bands from The Clash to Boy George as well as 3 Police album covers. Her portraits of the British Punk, Mod and 2 Tone scenes are collected in 'Made in the UK: The Music of Attitude, 1977-1982' PowerHouse Books 2005.
Moving to New York in 1982, she was drawn to the underground
Hip Hop scene. Her photographs of pioneers Afrika Bambaata, Run DMC,
Salt'n'Pepa, Grandmaster Flash and 1980's style are collected in "The Breaks, Stylin and Profilin 1982-1990" PowerHouse Books 2007
Her latest book documenting the East LA Hoyo Maravilla gang was published by Dashwood Books in 2011
Janette's photographs have recently been exhibited at the Museum of City of New York, Proud Gallery London, : Belleviilloise Paris, Morrison Hotel Gallery NYC, Tower Records Tokyo, Blender Gallery Sydney, and Arkitip Los Angeles.
Janette lives and works in New York City.
Follow her blog : http://janettebeckman.com/blog/
||Photographer, curator, filmmaker; represented by Mountain Fold, New York; author, Future Friends; clients include AT&T Wireless and DFA Records.
||Chair, ICP-Bard Program in Advanced Photographic Studies; interdisciplinary artist; internationally exhibited; represented by Matthew Marks Gallery, New York.
||Photographer, community arts educator; clients include Condé Nast, Hearst, The Times, The Independent; former staff photographer for the Scottish Parliament.
||Artist, curator; solo exhibitions in New York, Atlanta, and Derry, Northern Ireland; represented by Jen Bekman Gallery, New York.
||Portrait photographer; advertising
work includes campaigns for American Express,
CBS, General Electric, and IBM; has shot an
extensive array of film posters for clients such as
Paramount Pictures, New Line Cinema, and 20th
||filmmaker; films: Chain, Benjamin Smoke, Instrument/Fugazi, and Lost Book Found; collaborations with musicians, including Patti Smith, the Ex, Godspeed You Black Emperor!, R.E.M., and Elliott Smith; collected by MoMA and the Whitney; broadcasted on PBS,
Sundance Channel, Arte; recipient of numerous grants and Alpert Award.
||Professional photographer and artist in NYC. Work has been published in numerous magazines including; American Theater, New York Magazine, The New York Times, Artnews, Inc, Newsweek, Orion, Lenswork, etc. Umbrage Books published Ken's award winning portrait series of American Playwrights titled In Their Company, Portraits of American Playwrights. Ken has had a number of solo and group exhibitions and his work is included in private and public collections.
||Sharon Collins, photographer and lawyer, author of To the Light: a journey through Buddhist Asia (W.W. Norton 2003); European Publishers' Award for Photography finalist; work internationally published including Condé Nast Traveler, Expedia Travels, Organic Style, La Fotographia Actual and The Photo Review; fine art photographs nationally exhibited and included in collections of Atlanta¹s High Museum of Art, the New York Public Library, the Musee de la Photographie a Charleroi, the Buhl Collection and several private and corporate collections.
||Commercial photographer/artist; widely published; clients include Condé Nast, Hearst, Hyatt, William Sonoma; recent projects include Mastering the Art of Chinese Cooking and Your Inner Sea.
||Photographer, master black-and-white printer, educator.
||photographer, specializing in portraiture of musicians and artists; clients include Sony, Warner Brothers, Maverick, Mercury, Electra,
Verve, Mercury Nashville, Deutsche Grammophon, Rolling Stone, and Entertainment Weekly magazine.
||Fine art photographer; represented by Carol Craven, New York; widely exhibited and collected; advertising creative director; written/edited documentaries for National Geographic Explorer TV and The Discovery Channel; educator.
|Stephanie De Rouge
||Documentary and fine art photographer, in contract with the New York Times, Work shown and published internationally. Holga and in camera collage specialist.
||Artist, photo educator; internationally collected and exhibited; co-owner, Fiber Ink Studio, a printing studio dedicated to producing archival museum-quality pigment prints.
||Amadou Diallo is a photographer, author and educator who also ran a fine art digital printmaking studio for nearly a decade. A former staff writer at dpreview.com, he writes widely about cameras, mobile photography and digital imaging technology. www.about.me/adiallo
||artist/educator; widely exhibited in New York; founding member: 494 Gallery, Pulse Art, NYC; full-time faculty, Parsons The New School for Design; www.sharidiamond.net.
||Photographer; contributor to Real Simple, Brides, and Martha Stewart
Weddings; advertising campaigns for Lexus, Banana Republic, and the Sundance Catalog; widely published; represented by the Robin Rice
Gallery (New York).
||documentary photographer; published in the Daily Mail, VSD, Grazia, The Good Life, Coastal Living Magazine.
||Photographer; internationally exhibited; published, New York Times Magazine, Newsweek, Le Monde 2, British Journal of Photography, Stern, Focus, Die Zeit, Corriere della Sera; represented by Polaris Images.
||artist-photographer specializing in 19th-century techniques and early paper processes; represented by Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago, and Daniel Cooney Fine Art, New York; www.danestabrook.com.
||Photojournalist; major reports include 1998 social crisis and violence in Colombia, 1997 revolution in Zaire/Congo, and 1997 economic and political change in Mexico; recipient of World Press Photo awards, among others; author, I Am Rich Potosí.
|H. Eugene Foster
||Photographer/artist/web designer; freelance technical consultant; manager, ICP Digital Media Labs; work widely exhibited.
||photographer; published in Time, Life, The New York Times Magazine
National Geographic, Paris Match, Figaro, Stern, and the London Sunday Times; nationally and internationally exhibited; recipient of the World Press Photo Foundation awards and a member of Contact Press Images.
||Photographer; internationally exhibited; publications include Detour; writer/director of the narrative short Mateo's Tattoo; co-creator of Electric Blanket; contributor, Artwurl, BOMB, and the Village Voice; curator; recipient of numerous grants.
||Photographer, work has appeared in Vogue, Details, Artforum, and the Village Voice, among other publications; recipient, Arts Link and The British Council fellowships.
||Photographer; clients include Coach, Microsoft, Esquire, Smart Money, and Food and Wine, among others.
||Artist/photographer; widely exhibited and collected; freelance digital media production in art and advertising; author, Ben Gest and Contact Sheet 141; former faculty, Art Institute of Chicago and Columbia College Chicago.
||Photographer/artist; photographs are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, Centro Cultura/Arte Contemporaneo (Mexico), and the AT&T Technology Center, among others; widely exhibited and published; recipient of numerous awards.
||Photographer; educator; photo department staff, Details magazine; exhibited at Lamont Gallery (New Hampshire) and Dawson Gallery (Massachusetts), among others; recipient of a residency at the Vermont Studio Center.
||Artist/photographer, specializing in digital imaging and inkjet printing; manager, ICP Education Programs Manager.
||Freelance digital artist/consultant, photographer; clients include Pfizer, MBK Entertainment, MTV, and Museum of Television faculty, Jewish Community Center; ICP Digital Media Lab Assistant.
||Photographer/media artist; educator; digital consultant; commercial retoucher; internationally exhibited and published.
||Photographer, specializing in portraits for music, film, and business; internationally published; producer of three books; recipient of numerous awards.
||Photographer, filmmaker and video artist whose work focuses on the body and its relationship to architecture and space. Her work has been exhibited throughout Europe, the United States, South America and Asia, and published internationally in magazines, books and newspapers. She has received numerous grants, including a Swing Space grant from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. www.strudelmedia.com.
|R. Mac Holbert
||Photographer; digital artist; co-founder of Nash Editions; recipient of the Center for Photographic Art’s Technical Contribution Award and the Computerworld Smithsonian Medal for pioneering work in digital printmaking; clients of Nash Editions include: Eric Fischl, David Hockney, Danny Lyon, Olivia Parker, Robert Heinecken, Stephen Shore, and the Los Angeles County Museum, among others.
||Kristin Holcomb is an artist, educator, and travel photographer. Her most recent solo show, Leaf Drawings, was at fotofoto gallery on Long Island. Her work was included in Different Dimension, at the Novosibirsk Art Museum in Novosibrisk, Russia and TEN at the Pingyao International Photography Festival in Pingyao, China. Publications include the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Chicago Sun-Times, the International Herald Tribune, International Investor Magazine, Landmarks of New York III, and the New York Post.
||Photographer and self-taught painter; widely exhibited; educator.
||multi-disciplinary artist; an associate of the Wooster Group; has performed on Broadway and toured internationally including the Melbourne Festival (Australia) and the Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris, France); widely exhibited.
||lawyer, consultant on business issues related to photojournalism and related media; chairman of the board, VII Photo Agency; formerly, vice-president and general counsel, NPR.
||Photographer; internationally exhibited and collected; recipient of numerous awards; educator and lecturer; digital media consultant for advertising, publishing, and educational institutions.
||photographer, specializing in interiors, architecture, and fine art; published in Architectural Digest, Historic Preservation, New York Magazine, The New York Times, and Landscape Architecture, as well as in many other national publications and Fortune 500 companies.
||Architectural photographer; clients include nationally recognized architects; published in Architectural Record, Interior Design, and Architecture; author, American Diner. http://@ekaufman.com
||Photographer, specializing in fashion, portraiture, and lighting; work has been featured in The New York Times Magazine, GQ, Cosmopolitan, and Australian Vogue; faculty, the School Visual Arts; internationally exhibited and published.
||Photographer; published, New York Times Magazine, GQ, Esquire, Der Spiegel, Observer Sport Monthly; author, BOX –The Face of Boxing.
|Brenda Ann Kenneally
||Photojournalist; published in The Miami Herald Magazine, The New York Times Magazine, Rolling Stone, Teaching Tolerance, Newsweek, L'Express, and The Fortune News; numerous awards include World Press, NPPA, and W. Eugene Smith.
||Painter, photographer, art critic. Adjunct photography teacher at New York University, Parsons College of Art and the International Center of Photography in New York City. BFA from Syracuse University, MA from Rutgers University, and MFA from Syracuse University (all in Visual Arts).
Three-time recipient of NJSCA fellowship award. Numerous one-person shows, most recently in Medellin, Colombia, and Taipei,Taiwan. Curated several exhibits, most recently Memory & Loss, a five-person photo-based exhibit at the Mary Anthony Gallery in New York City. Her work is in several notable corporate, museum, and private collections, and is also included in the recently published Photography’s Antiquarian Avant-Garde by Lyle Rexer, as well as in several other photography books. Photo Insider featured an interview with Kenny about her work in its June 2001 issue. She has several articles in the Encyclopaedia of Twentieth Century Photography (Rutledge, 2005) and her work is included in the forthcoming Framing Photography by Allan Lamb (Columbia Publishing).
Her co-curated exhibit (with Fotophile publisher Orville Robertson) Manifestations: Photographs of Men opened at the Southeast Museum of Photography in 2004. Recent exhibits in 2005 include Ashville Museum of Art, Ashville, N.C. and Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, N.J.
||Photographer; member of Corbis–SABA; contract photographer, Time; internationally exhibited; recipient of numerous awards and fellowships.
||Bobbi Lane is a commercial, travel, and stock photographer with thirty years of experience. An award-winning photographer, she shoots subjects on location for editorial, corporate, and advertising accounts as well as photographing “real people” and travel/location for stock. Her clients include: Warner Brothers, Sears Tower Skydeck, Boots Cosmetics, Morro Bay Natural History Museum, Ridgefield magazine, Samsung, Bose, and McDonnell/Douglas.
Also a dedicated photo educator, Bobbi teaches at ICP in New York City, the Santa Fe Workshops, the Maine Workshops, and the Julia Dean Workshops in LA. Bobbi is currently the Chair of the Education Committee for Advertising Photographers of America. She is a regular contributor to Photo Techniques magazine and her work is featured in The Lighting Cookbook by Jenni Bidner. Bobbi is the author and photographer of Creative Techniques in Color Photography, published by Amherst Media.
||artist working in photography, video, and film; widely exhibited, including the Studio Museum in Harlem and MFA Rhode Island
School of Design; recipient of various awards, grants, and residencies, including NYFA Fellowship and VSW Residency.
||Photographer, currently creating both 2-D and 3-D images for stock photography and Fortune 500 clients; author of four books on photography, including Kodak’s Electronic Flash Photograph and The Manual of Close-Up Photography; his collection of stock photography is distributed by the two largest agencies in the world.
Marget Long works with photographs, video, and text to explore questions of historiography, representation and the physical experience of photography itself. She received a BA from Harvard University and an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, where she was the recipient of the T.C. Colley Award in photography in 2002. Her work has been screened and exhibited at Anthology Film Archives, Exit Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Contemporary Artists Center, Cinders, American Cinémathèque, DGA Video in Los Angeles, and in a solo show at Safe-T Gallery in Brooklyn.
||Photographer; published in The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, Metropolis, Art News, and Newsweek; represented by Gitterman Gallery and Redux Pictures, New York City; recipient of numerous awards.
||Director of photography, The Associated Press; under his direction, the war of Iraq earned AP its 45th Pulitzer Prize.
||Photographer; widely exhibited and published; publications include Here is New York, Scopophilia; recipient, NEA grant; faculty, School of Visual Arts.
||Karen Marshall documents American social issues. Her long-term projects focus on the social and psychological lives of her subjects within the American landscape, with most examining the coming of age of young people, primarily women. Marshall’s work often reflects stories that extend over several years. She is the recipient of artist fellowships and sponsorships through the New York Foundation for the Arts, as well as grants and support from private foundations. Widely exhibited and part of several collections, her photographs have been published both in the United States and abroad.
||Photographer; exhibited in galleries and museums internationally; faculty, School of the Art Institute, Chicago, Corcoran College of Art & Design, George Washington University.
educator; director, Peer Gallery, New York;
advertising and editorial clients include American
Express, IBM, Guinness, and Verizon, among
others; work has been published in Surface,
Esquire, Men's Health, Glamour, Latina, and
Maxim; faculty, Parsons School of Design.
||photographer; exhibited in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and France;
adjunct faculty of sculpture, Massachusetts College of Art in Boston.
documentary photographer; lecturer; educator; cofounder of and master printer/technical consultant at MV Labs; formerly Annie Leibovitz's in-house master printer.
||Commercial and fine art photographer clients include Toyota, Coke, Leo Burnett, William Levine Fine Jewels, and Lands End; awards include American Institute of Graphic Arts, Artist Guild of Chicago, and Art Directors LA; published in Vogue, Bazaar, and Lives Tokyo; and former ASMP Chapter President.
||Commercial and fine art photographer/digital artist; educator and lecturer, nationally exhibited, internationally published.
||Photographer; extensively exhibited and collected; books include Minor League, Treadwell, and Real Indians; recipient of Guggenheim, Aaron Siskind Foundation, and Fulbright fellowships.
||Chair, ICP Documentary Photography and Photojournalism Program; photo editor, including The New York Times Sophisticated Traveler, Audubon, Life; published in Rolling Stone and Backstory: Screenwriters of the Golden Age; awards include Society of Publication Design and Communication Arts; educator.
||Photographer, MMA; work has appeared in Black Enterprise, Communication Arts, Sculpture Magazine, Texas Monthly, Town & Country, and Vanity Fair; widely exhibited.
||Director of photography; primary DP for History Detective PBS series; DP on the feature film The New Guy and the feature-length documentary Neither Memory Nor Magic.
||photographer; published in Per Lui, Lei, 20 ans, Marie Claire, ID, Elle, Vogue; ad clients include Marithe and Francois Girbaud, Guy Laroche; director of photography for the short movie The Malady of Death (based on a short story by Marguerite Duras), which was selected for the 2003 Venice Film Festival.
||Photographer; published, Art in America, I-D Magazine, Flash Art, New York Times Magazine; author, Community of Elsewheres.
||photographer; widely exhibited, collected, and published; author, Times Squared and Lucky Strike; recipient of numerous grants
and an NEA fellowship.
||photographer; faculty, Scuola Romana di Fotografia, Rome; contributing photographer, Impact Visuals (1991-2003)
||Video artist; faculty, Department of Media Arts and Film, New York University; lecturer; nationally and internationally exhibited; recipient of numerous grants and awards; chief video engineer and education coordinator, Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center (New York).
||photographer; photo essays and portraits have appeared in the New York Times Magazine, The Village Voice, The New Yorker,
Artforum, and Fortune, among others; author of numerous books including Self Portrait with Cows Going Home: recipient of numerous grants and
||Photographer and retoucher; clients include Vogue, V Mag, Interview, Victoria’s Secret, Revlon, Ralph Lauren.
||Photographer; widely exhibited; published in Time Out, San Francisco Chronicle, and The Philadelphia Inquirer, among others; black-and-white printer, Kelton Labs.
||photographer represented by Yossi Milo gallery (New York); author, Richard Renaldi: Figure and Ground; widely exhibited; work is in numerous publications including Art Photography Now and Strangers: The First ICP Triennial of Photography and Video.
||Photographer, videographer; internationally exhibited and published; curator, No Live Girls, Projecting Freedom, Regarding Intimacy
||Photojournalist; member of Black Star; work published in LIFE, National Geographic, among others; author, East Side Stories: Gang Life in East L.A., Spanish Harlem, and the new book Juvenile.
||Photographer; work is in numerous collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, ICP, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and the Bibliothèque Nationale de France (Paris), among others; widely exhibited and published.
||Photographer, educator; assistant faculty, Harvard University; forthcoming monograph, One to Nothing.
||Photographer; exhibited at the Philadelphia Art Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, and Jen Bekman gallery.
||Photographer; represented by the Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York; widely published and exhibited. Author of two monographs: Night/Shift (Random House, Monacelli, 2009) and Acquainted with the Night (Rizzoli, 1997)
||Photographer; educator; widely exhibited and published; work has apeared in the New York Times, Nylon; work is in the collections of the Center for Photography at Woodstock and the Smithsonian American Art Museum, among others; recipient of numerous awards.
||Artist working in photography, film, video; former faculty, Art Institute, Chicago, Northwestern University; exhibited internationally.
||Jay Seldin has over thirty years' experience as a professional exhibiting photographer, teacher of photography, Abobe PhotoShop, and Adobe LightRoom, in high school and colleges in the NYC area, including, Parsons-The New School for Design, NYC, Bergen Community College and Essex County College both in NJ. Currently, he is an "artist-in-residence" working at the Montclair Art Museum in Montclair, NJ. Jay has recently been appointed to the faculty of The International Center of Photography (ICP) in NYC. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he is sponsored by Canson-Infinity digital papers as a Canson Artist and Digital Printmaking expert. Seldin is the principle photographer at DigitalEgde Photography Studios in Montclair, NJ and also owns and operates CPE Photo Workshops LLC, an international photography workshop company
Awards and honors include Canson Infinity Artist International program, 2010-Present Artist-in-Residence at the Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ, 2009-2012 Artist-in-Residence at the Newark Art Museum, Newark, NJ 2006-2011, Fellowship award from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, 2000-2006, Adobe PhotoShop Photo Competition, Winner 2007, Summer Artist Residence Fellowship Grant, Provincetown Fine Arts Center- 2001.
Distinguished Educators Award from Rochester Institute of Technology 2003.
He has studied with Ansel Adams and George Tice.
||Photographer; clients include MoMA, Trace, and American Craft Magazine.
||Photographer/videographer; widely exhibited and published.
||Photographer; digital artist; founder of Singer Editions (clients of Singer Editions include Carl Chiarenza, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Fogg Museum, among others).
||Claudia Sohrens is a German visual artist based in New York, she received a BFA in Communications Design from IN.D, in Hamburg, and an MA in Media and Communications from the European Graduate School in Switzerland, where she is currently a PhD candidate. She is currently faculty at ICP, Parsons The New School for Design and at Pratt Institute. She is the recipient of several artist grants, such as the 2010 NYFA fellowship in Photography and she participated in several artist residencies, Her work has been included in exhibitions at the Bronx Museum, the Brooklyn Museum and at the Artists Space in New York, as well as international art venues and festivals. Her latest project Mise En Abyme: Archive, has fiscal sponsorship through NYFA http://artspire.org/DirectoryDetail/tabid/95/id/1142/Default.aspx
||Harvey Stein is a professional photographer, teacher, lecturer, curator, and author based in New York City. He currently teaches at the International Center of Photography, and in the graduate digital program at the School of Visual Arts. He is a frequent lecturer on photography both in the United States and abroad. He has also been a member of the faculty at The New School University, Drew University, the Rochester Institute of Technology, and at the University of Bridgeport. A recipient of a Creative Arts Public Service (CAPS) fellowship and numerous artist in residency grants, Stein has had four books of his photographs published: Parallels: A Look at Twins, E.P. Dutton, 1978; Artists Observed, Harry Abrams, Inc. 1986; Coney Island, W.W. Norton1998; and Movimento: Glimpses of Italian Street Life, Gangemi Editore, 2006. His newest book, Coney Island 40 Years, will be published Spring, 2011. Stein's photographs have been published in such periodicals as The New Yorker, Time, Life, Esquire, American Heritage, Smithsonian, The New York Times, Reader's Digest, Glamour, Forbes, Psychology Today, Harpers, Connoisseur, Art News, American Artist, New York, People, Der Spiegel, Die Zeit, and all the major photo magazines.
Stein's photographs have been widely exhibited in the United States and Europe -- 72 one-person exhibits and over 140 group shows to date. He is the Director of Photography of Umbrella Arts Gallery and has curated 15 exhibits since 2007. His photographs are in more than fifty public collections and numerous private collections.
His work is represented by the Bruce Silverstein Gallery, Throckmorton Fine Art, and June Bateman Fine Art, New York; and by the Photo Researchers Agency, New York. Online, Stein's work can be seen at www.junebateman.com , www.brucesilverstein.com , and www.e3gallery.com.
||Photographer, specializing in documentary, portraiture, travel, and landscape for both advertising and editorial clients; former assistant to Richard Avedon.
||Photographer, video producer; multimedia producer at Pratt Institute; www.petertannenbaum.com.
||Photo-based fine art digital printmaker specializing in alternative processes and one-of-a-kind artists' books; faculty, Center for Contemporary Printmaking.
||Commercial photographer focusing on portraits and people; clients include, Apple, Inc., Nike, Fortune, Smart Money, Martha Stewart Living, and Smithsonian.
|Bradly Dever Treadaway
||Photographer, filmmaker and video artist; widely exhibited and published; recipient of numerous awards.
||Photographer, portraitist; clients include Time, Business Week, Marie Claire, Columbia University, Avon; www.fabricetrombert.com.
||Staff photographer, WWD and W magazine; subjects have included Prince Charles, Ralph Lauren, Karl Lagerfeld, Donald Trump, Damon Dash, and Donna Karan, to name a few.
||Master color printer; photographer; faculty, Teachers College and School of Visual Arts; author, New American Haircuts; widely exhibited, collected, and published; former clients include P.L. DiCorcia, Roni Horn, Gregory Crewdson, and Tina Barney.
||Photographer; published in The New Yorker, Aperture, American Photo, Chinese Photography, PDN.
||Photojournalist; recipient of numerous grants and awards; work has been published in GEO, LIFE, Newsweek, The New York Times Magazine, PhiladelphiaInquirer Sunday Magazine, and Time, among others
||Photographer; faculty, Fashion Institute of Technology; widely exhibited
||Photographer widely exhibited; contributor, BOMB, The Art Book, and Artwurl; educator.
||Brian Young is a Master Printer Gelatin Silver. He is the owner of Phototechnica which has specialized in fine art book printing, exhibition printing and commercial repro since 1992.
He has produced exhibitions for Hasselblad Museum, Stockholm; The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington; Le Centre National de la Photo, Paris; The Historical Museum of New York; The International Center of Photography, New York; Moving Walls, Open Society Institute, New York; The Mass. College of Art, Boston among others.
He has produced book prints for EUGENE RICHARDS: Below the Line: Living Poor in America, Dorchester Days (Reprint), Cocaine True Cocaine Blue, Americans We, Stepping Through The Ashes and Fat Baby. LARRY TOWELL: The Mennonites, Then Palestine. JOSEPH RODRIGUEZ; East Side Stories, Gang Life in East LA, Juvenile. ERICH HARTMANN: In The Camps, Where I was, MERRY ALPERN: Dirty Windows. CHIEN CHI CHANG: I do, I do, I do. BASTIENNE SCHMIDT: Viva La Meurte; Death Rituals in Latin America. JAMES NACHTWEY: Inferno. ASSOCIATED PRESS: Flash: AP Covers the World. MEL ROSENTHAL; In The South Bronx of America.
||Visual journalist, multimedia editor; multimedia productions for the New York Times, Time.com, and Projections of Reality in Moscow.
||Program Associate, Open Society Institute's Documentary Photography Project; practicing photographer and visual artist; community organizer in Minnesota, serving as the founding codirector of a statewide immigrant rights group and creating (and funding) large-scale public art projects on immigration to the U.S.