John Edward Faulkner has created distinct visual images for the advertising, broadcasting, editorial, entertainment, and publicity industries. Clients include Disney, NBC, United Way, and AT&T. John has lectured on and taught photography internationally. Presently, he is producing travel documentary images that convey the unique characteristics of urban life around the world.
A native Parisian, Aurelie Jezequel began her career working as an art buyer at CLM/BBDO Paris. A one-year internship at BBDO's New York office turned into a job offer and a decision to stay in the Big Apple.
After a couple of years, Aurelie decided to start her own production company (ajproductionsny) where she worked with talented photographers such as Karl Lagerfeld, Gilles Bensimon, John Clang, and Martin Schoeller, as well as clients ranging from Nike to Hermès.
In 2007, along with Alexandra Niki, Aurelie founded Resource Magazine, a quarterly publication dedicated to the photo industry.
Craig Mathew, founder of Mathew Imaging, brings more than two decades of experience photographing newsworthy moments in Southern California's entertainment industry and for public relations clients spanning diverse markets. Craig's company focuses on capturing superior photographs of client events and servicing to wire services and key news media outlets. He spent his early career photographing for the Associated Press and Los Angeles Times before starting his company in the late 1980s.
Craig is the official photographer for the Dr. Phil Show, the Doctors, the Emmy Awards, the Hollywood Bowl, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall. He has photographed many of the premiere entertainment events in Southern California such as The People's Choice Awards, The GRAMMYS, The Oscars, The SAG Awards, The WGAs, The Golden Globe Awards and many others. Craig was a founding photographer of FilmMagic.com which eventually was purchased by Getty Images.
Veteran USA Today Freelance / Contract Photographer
Bob Riha, Jr. is a freelance photojournalist based in Long Beach, California with a photojournalism career spanning over three decades. Since 1983, he has been a freelance/contract photographer with USA Today doing assignments in Southern California and Western United States.
A veteran of over 2,175 photo assignments for USA Today, he is experienced in studio lighting, digital shooting, editing and transmitting images on deadline for publication. He is a graduate of the video shooting/editing Platypus Workshop and has produced numerous videos while on assignment for publication.
Corporate and special event assignments take him coast-to-coast for public relation agencies and corporations. Corporate images (from planned events) can be edited and transmitted on-site to various media organizations.
Fine Art America Staff
Fine Art America
The staff of Fine Art America will be joining the jury members, above, to help select the winning images.
More to Come...
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