Please bookmark this page. We will be posting the names and biographies of additional Portfolio Review faculty each week and will not post our final list and schedule until February 16th.

Note: Please pay attention to “Reviewer Preferences” listed by some of our reviewers at the end of their bios. This will help in making your reviewer selections.


Anna Alexander
Anna Goldwater Alexander is Director of Photography of WIRED. She's been producing photo shoots and commissioning WIRED photographers for over twenty years. She has been the recipient of the National Magazine Awards General Excellence, Design and Photography by American Society of Magazine Editors. She was nominated as Photo Editor of the Year by the Lucie Foundation in 2021. Most recently, Anna received a National Magazine Award for producing the Best Profile Picture in 2023. Anna has also been awarded honors from the Society of Publication Design, American Photography, Art Directors Club and Communication Arts. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Anna is open to seeing the work of emerging photographers and motion video

Regina Anzenberger
Regina Maria Anzenberger, Director of AnzenbergerGallery and Anzenberger Agency, Vienna, Austria. Member of the Nominating Committee of the Prix Pictet. Curator of many international exhibitions and editor of books. Interested to see mixed media work for the gallery as well as book projects or finished books to sell in the bookshop. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Regina is open to seeing work from emerging photographers.

Elizabeth Avedon
Elizabeth Avedon is an independent curator, and photography book and exhibition designer. She has a rich history collaborating with museums, publishing houses, advertising agencies, galleries and artists, and is a sought after consultant for established and emerging photographers; editing, sequencing, and advising towards their exhibition, book, and portfolio projects.

Svetlana Bachevanova
Svetlana Bachevanova is the executive director of the FotoEvidence Association in France and a co-founder of the acclaimed publishing house FotoEvidence Press (New York 2010). The books she and her team publish expose injustice, create enduring evidence of violations of human rights and inspire social change. Svetlana has worked with some of the most skilled and dedicated documentary photographers to publish their work, human stories recounting indisputable evidence of social injustice. In addition to managing the publication of books, the FotoEvidence exhibits she curated have been mounted around the world to promote change. Svetlana conceived the FotoEvidence Book Award and the W Award for women to support the work of photographers dedicated to the pursuit of human rights, publishing work that is unlikely to find commercial publication. Under her management FotoEvidence has occupied a unique space in the world of photojournalism as both a publishing house and activist organization.

Susan Baraz
Susan Baraz helped found and is Co-Chair of the prestigious Lucie Awards, Head of Judging for the renowned photo competition, “The International Photo Awards” (IPA). For 20 years, Susan was the Director of Photography for AtEdge, a high end, invitation only, commercial publication and marketing program. Susan is a photography curator and consultant in both commercial and fine art photography and enjoys helping to present photographers best images to get assignment work, as well as helping outstanding work get seen by gallery owners.

Ron Beinner
Ron Beinner is a long time photography editor, producer and creative collaborator. He spent over two decades with Vanity Fair magazine and currently works on a variety of visual projects in Los Angeles and Silicon Valley.

Sherrie Berger
Sherrie Berger is a photography consultant with a background in photography, art, and business. She has extensive experience in entertainment, high-end celebrity portraiture, fine art photography, production, editing, marketing, curating and media relations. Sherrie consults privately with photographers, ranging from the presentation of their bodies of work to overall career trajectories. Her career began at ABC television where she led the network photo department, overseeing a team of photographers, publicists, producers and editors. Subsequently, working at one of the world’s leading international stock and syndication agencies, she continued her work with the industry’s most talented photographers.

John Berthot
New York based Photography Consultant with over twenty years of industry experience. Work with photographers worldwide to improve their revenue opportunities and create a proactive and cost efficient marketing plan, to generate new clients and maintain relationships with existing client base. Estimate and negotiate advertising and editorial assignments. Advise clients on best market strategies for optimal ROI. Provide networking and advertising agencies and photography agents. Participate in industry seminars both regionally and nationally. Print portfolio and website editing to generate interest from clients and provide photographers with a clear and concise vision that resonates with creatives. Maintain and advise photographers on most effective social media plans and trends and monitor their activities on a monthly basis. Also represent photographers and directors for assignments at Focus Represents. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: John is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Neil Binkley
Neil Binkley is Founder of The Personal Photography Project, an archive for art producers, photo editors, and other creatives to source talent for assignments, or to license images. He’s always open to seeing new photographer's personal projects to share with ad agencies, magazines and brands. Prior to this, he co-founded the photography agency Wonderful Machine — raising its membership from a single photographer to over 500 photographers across the world. His previous career was in advertising and filmmaking.REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Neil is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Daria Bonera
Born in Milan, after graduating in Fashion Marketing from St Martins School in London, Daria started working for Contrasto Photo Agency in Milano. In 2004 she moved to Grazia Neri’s Photo Agency, where she represented several international agencies and photographers and selected new photographers for the Agency. She started Daria Bonera agency in Milano where she represents selected documentary & fashion photographers as well as film directors, video makers for advertising, fashion and editorial projects. Daria is a nominator for the Prix Pictet and British Journal of Photography Ones To Watch awards. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Daria is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Marianne Campbell
Marianne Campbell is a photography agent with offices in San Francisco and New York City. Her company, Marianne Campbell Associates represents a diverse and talented group of photographers who have worked most recently with clients such as Frito Lay, Audi, Fed Ex, Oakley, Lexus, Starbucks, Pfizer, RAM Trucks, Clorox, HP, Asics and Target. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Marianne is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Paris Chong
Paris Chong is the Gallery Director of the prestigious Leica Gallery Los Angeles. With over two decades of experience as a Curator she has represented galleries and artists at events including Photo LA, Photo SF, Paris Photo, Paris Photo LA and The Palm Springs Photo Festival in addition to promoting Leica Gallery Los Angeles at international shows such as Art Basel and Photo Paris. Ms. Chong also Curates still life photography showings for The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) at its historic Hollywood headquarters. Paris is open to seeing the work of emerging photographers

Coco Conroy
Coco Conroy is the Director of Jackson Fine Art, a gallery in Atlanta, GA specializing in 20th-century and contemporary photography. She has been with the gallery since 2014, and advises Atlanta clients and focuses on local collaborations. An active participant in the arts in Atlanta and beyond, she has sat on the advisory committee of Atlanta Celebrates Photography since 2016 and joined the Art Papers Board of Directors in 2023. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Coco is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Juan Curto
Juan Curto is the owner and director of the trend-setting and highly successful gallery, Camara Oscura, specializing in international contemporary photography. The gallery opened in 2007 and exhibits the work of emerging and mid-career artists, not only in the gallery but in the most reputed art fairs worldwide. Mr. Curto teaches marketing of art, and photography, at both the Universidad Nebrija and Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, both in Madrid, Spain.

Suzanne Darmory
Suzanne has over 25 years of international experience championing Fortune 500 brands and articulating their vision through marketing and advertising initiatives. Her track record of driving transformative change with a relentless focus on results has led to Suzanne becoming a renowned industry leader. She has been recognized by MARsum as Top 100 Influencers in Marketing and Advertising, Business Leaders Magazine as the Top 100 Business Leaders, Refinery29 as top 29 most powerful women in digital, and featured on the “Where Are the Boss Ladies?” list.

Alexandra de Toth
Alexandra “Alex” de Toth is a Brooklyn based Photo Editor with 20+ years of photo production and editing experience. She has been the Director of Photography at Wine Spectator since 2006 working with photographers all over the world to produce elegant and wine specific content highlighting the different regions. Prior to Wine Spectator, she worked at Ladies’ Home Journal and TV Guide. Alex loves the creative process of working with photographers to hone their voice and vision to each story.

Jasmine DeFoore
Jasmine DeFoore is a freelance creative consultant partnering with nonprofit, editorial, and corporate clients to create engaging visual content. Early in her professional career she worked as a photo editor for magazines and as a photographer rep at globally focused photo agencies in New York. Since 2010, she has worked as an independent photo editor specializing in visual content production. Recent clients include Dell, Red Bull, Centers for Disease Control, WWE, AFAR media, Chase, United, and The Texas Tribune. Jasmine also partners with commercial, editorial, and nonprofit photographers to hone their portfolios and create impactful marketing materials.REVIEWER PREFERENCE: Jasmine is open to seeing the work of Emerging Photographers as well as motion video

Crista Dix
Crista Dix (She/Her/Hers) is the Executive Director at the Griffin Museum of Photography, assuming that role in January of 2022 after two years as the Associate Director. Before coming to the Griffin Museum in 2020 she spent fifteen years operating her own photography gallery, wall space creative, closing it in 2020 to make the move to New England and the Griffin. Having a career spanning many paths she has a background rooted in science, business and creative art. This well rounded experience provides a solid background for supporting the Griffin’s mission to encourage a broader understanding and appreciation of the visual, emotional and social impact of photographic art. Her gallery, wall space, supported emerging and mid-career artists with exhibitions, talks, events and art fairs around the country. As an internationally known gallery, Crista worked with clients all over the world and represented national and international artists. Dix has written essays about photography, introducing creative artists work to a broader community.Reviewer Preferences: Crista is open to seeing the work of emerging fine art photographers as well as motion video.

Michelle Dunn Marsh
Michelle Dunn Marsh believes that living with and reading visual books is essential to healthy living. She launched Minor Matters with Steve McIntyre, and they have been publishing art books in collaboration with the general public for over a decade. Editor or designer of over 100 publications prior to starting Minor Matters, she has also curated a number of significant museum exhibitions, and is the author of Seeing Being Seen: A Personal History of Photography. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Michelle is open to seeing the work of emerging photographers

Lori Epstein
Lori Epstein is the Photography Manager for National Geographic Kids Books. Every year she oversees the photography for about 50 non-fiction photo-driven books for kids ages 0-16 on subjects ranging from animals to science experiments. Reviewer Preference: I am interested in seeing *positive* perspectives on animals, nature, science. I am also very interested in seeing individual animal rescue stories with positive endings (Max the koala was injured and gets rehabilitated and then re-released into the wild), progressive photo stories about animals or nature (ie. caterpillar to butterfly; a tree in all four seasons) and photo stories about oddities around the world (a hotel in the shape of a giant boot! the loopiest rollercoaster! a swimming pool in the shape of a violin!).

Jose Fernandez
Creative Director/Art: A conceptual thinker with agency and in-house experience, I have created integrated solutions for Fortune 500 clients. Clients: IBM, Prudential Financial, UBS Wealth Management, Merrill Lynch, American Express, HSBC, Bank of America, Capital One, Resurrection University College of Allied Health and Nursing, U.S. Department of State, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Kraft Foods and others. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Jose is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Simone Friend
Founders Simone Friend and Beth Johnson came together over 25 years ago with a simple idea: an agency that would treat artists and clients alike with respect, sincerity, and enthusiasm. Today, Friend & Johnson is that agency, remaining one of the most highly regarded creative representatives nationwide. With longstanding artist and client relationships across advertising, design, and editorial categories, they pride themselves on their collaborative approach and making certain your job is done right, on time, and on budget. Friend+Johnson is certified as a women's business enterprise by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Simon is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Nick Galac
Nick Galac is the Senior Photo Editor at ESPN. A native of Detroit, Nick started his career as an intern at Marie Claire UK. He has spent 15 years in sports photography at vertical and pansport titles. Over the past decade at ESPN, Nick has specialized in creatively producing premium photography for digital content, features, key art, galleries, and covers. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Open to seeing Motion Video and work from emerging photographers.

Shawn Gill
Experienced Creative Director with a demonstrated history of working in the marketing and advertising industry. Skilled in Graphics, User Experience, Logo Design, Integrated Marketing, and Advertising. Shawn as created modern stories, images and concepts for clients that include Behr, Bosch, Epson, Kelley Blue Book, Mazda, Siemens, Samsung, Universal Studios, Westinghouse, Zodiac Aerospace and many others. REVIEWER PREFERENCE: Shawn is open to reviewing emerging photographers and motion video

Shelby Graham
Shelby Graham recently retired as the Director/Curator of the Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery at the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) after serving for 22 years. She has guest curated exhibition projects with the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, the Museum of Art and History in Santa Cruz, CA; the San Jose Museum of Art; Gallery Ef in Tokyo, Japan; galleries in Tenerife, Canary Islands; The Center for Photographic Art, in Carmel, CA; and Craft Contemporary in Los Angeles, CA. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Ms. Graham is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Celine Grouard
Celine Grouard is a New York-based photo editor where since 2013 she handles art direction and production of photo shoots for Fast Company magazine, as well as contributing to the Fast Company website. Her work for Fast Company has spanned a wide range of assignments—from assigning still life, portraitures, and conceptual photographs to handling event photography, and more. Prior to working at Fast Company she lived in the Bay Area and was a photo editor for Wired magazine. She has a keen eye for the medium and loves to have productive critiques that inspire artists.

Angelika Hala
Angelika Hala is the New York photo editor and producer for Stern, stern CRIME, Stern VIEW, and Stern Special Editions in the United States, Canada and Central and South America. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Angelika is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Vanessa Hallett
In her nearly 19 years with Phillips, Vanessa Hallett has led the most senior and longest tenured global photographs team in the field to the forefront of the international market. Having joined Phillips in 2005, Vanessa’s leadership of the Photographs department has been defined by the successful introduction of emerging photographers to the secondary market, as well as historic sales for classic and contemporary photographer. She was named as one of Art + Auction's most powerful people in the art world. Vanessa serves as a member of the Getty Photographs Acquisition Council. She brings to her role at Phillips a deep understanding of the history and aesthetics of the medium and a high degree of connoisseurship.

Peter Halpert
Peter Hay Halpert is a private art dealer and curator, currently based in Vail, Colorado, following 30 years in NYC. As an art dealer he has specialized for 30 years in contemporary artists working with photography. Notably, he represented Ryan McGinley - the youngest artist ever to have a solo show at the Whitney Museum. The Metropolitan Museum, MoMA, ICP, the Whitney, the Guggenheim, the Getty, the MFA, Boston, SF MoMA, the MFA, Houston, the Centre Canadien d’Architecture, the Tate, and the Victoria & Albert Museum all collect work by the gallery’s artists. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Peter is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Carol Henry
Carol Henry, formerly the gallery director at Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur, California, curated an exhibition of 100 years of female photographers at The Center for Photographic Art and Florida Museum of Photography. She is founder of FotoSagá, women’s photography mentor program and is a charter member of Women In Photography International. With a passion for building community through photography, she is especially interested in non-traditional approaches to the medium and the work of female photographers.

Jeana Hong
Senior Art Buyer and Producer, Anywhere Productions. I love being able to introduce photographers and videographers to my clients for whom I have spent the last 20+ years art buying, casting talent and producing fashion shoots both still and video in 9 countries. I have worked with over a hundred photographers and videographers including Brigitte Lacombe, Cliff Watts, Craig McDean, Jason Kim, Melodie McDaniel, Paul Jasmin and Patrick Demarchelier. I hope to use my extensive experience on the client, agency and freelancer ends to help photographers. Everyone who signs up to meet me can stay in contact for support on a future endeavor - for professional gratis, of course! REVIEWER PREFERENCE: Jeanna is open to reviewing emerging photographers and seeing motion video

Michael Itkoff
Michael Itkoff is a publisher, creative consultant and former Chief Content Officer at Britelite Immersive. Michael Cofounded the internationally-celebrated art book publishing house, Daylight as well as content experience platform, Fabl. For nearly twenty years, Michael has been a leader in publishing both digital and print media. Along the way, Michael has written for the NYTimes Lens blog, Art Asia Pacific, Nueva Luz, Conscientious blog and the Forward. Over the last two decades Daylight has collaborated with hundreds of photographers both online and in print. If selected for the publication of a monograph, photographers may be asked to offset the production costs associated with publication through, for example, crowdfunding and soliciting tax-deductible donations.

Hitomi Iwasaki
Hitomi Iwasaki is Head of Exhibitions and Curator at the Queens Museum, and has been a member of the Museum’s curatorial staff since 1996. She has worked on landmark exhibitions and has organized a number of group exhibitions and solo projects of emerging and mid-career artists Her most recent publications include Patty Chang: The Wandering Lake (2018; Queens Museum and Dancing Fox Press/New York) and The Panorama Handbook: Thoughts and Visions On and Around the Panorama of the City of New York (2018, Queens Museum).Reviewer Preference Hitomi is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Frances Jakubek
Frances Jakubek is an independent curator and consultant for artists. She is the co-founder of A Yellow Rose Project, past Director of the Bruce Silverstein Gallery in New York City, and Associate Curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography in Massachusetts. Recent curatorial appointments include The Griffin Museum of Photography; British Journal of Photography; Les Rencontres d’Arles, France and Save Art Space, Los Angeles.REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Frances is open to seeing the work of emerging photographers

Ann Jastrab
Ann M. Jastrab is the Executive Director at the Center for Photographic Art (CPA) in Carmel, California. CPA strives to advance photography through education, exhibition and publication. These regional traditions—including mastery of craft, the concept of mentorship, and dedication to the photographic arts—evolved out of CPA's predecessor, the renowned Friends of Photography established in 1967. Prior to CPA, Ann worked as the gallery director at RayKo Photo Center in San Francisco for 10 years until their closure. A champion of artists, she created thriving artist-in-residence programs at RayKo where multiple residents, received Guggenheim Fellowships. Ann was also the gallery manager at Scott Nichols Gallery in San Francisco where she incorporated contemporary artists with the legends photography. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Ann is interested in seeing all types of photography, especially work by LGBTQ+ artists, documentary projects, alternative and historical process work, and traditional film based photography. She can offer exhibition opportunities as well as other support for artists. She is interested to see the work of emerging photographers

Jennifer Jenkins
Giant was founded in 2006 by Jen Jenkins. Jen began her career in music, managing bands and in the process crossing paths with the photographers assigned to shoot their publicity images and album art. A creative herself, she saw book potential in many of these photographers’ work and went on to spearhead a number of seminal music monographs. From there, launching her own agency here in Los Angeles was a natural next step. Jen has purposefully curated a roster that is a mix of emerging and established photographers and directors. Some are just beginning their careers, while others are award-winning and widely recognized for their excellence. In addition to guiding the careers of her artists, Jen continues to publish books. The photo annuals she has creative directed for Giant Artists have become collector’s items, a familiar sight in ad agencies and creative studios around the country. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Jennifer is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Maggie Kennedy
Maggie Kennedy is the photography and visuals director at Garden & Gun magazine. Since the premiere issue in 2007, she has helped shape the visual identity of the G&G brand. Her work has been recognized with two National Magazine Awards in General Excellence by the American Society of Magazine Editors, American Photography and Photo District News. She has also served as a judge and captain in The Society of Publication Designer’s Annual Design Competitions and received Gold and Silver medals from SPD.REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Maggie is open to seeing the work of emerging photographers

Kristoffer Kosloff
Kristoffer Kosloff is an Art Producer from Copenhagen, Denmark. He currently resides in sunny Los Angeles, California with his family. In 1999, he graduated with a degree in Information- & Library Science from Copenhagen Royal Library School. Today it is a part of Copenhagen University. In 2003 Kristoffer started a talent- and production agency and has since helped clients from around the globe full-fill their creative vision. Today Kristoffer Kosloff is a seasoned professional with more than 500+ productions behind him and he is always looking for the next project - big or small. 'You are never better, than your last assignment’ is a mantra that he learned early on and which has followed him ever since. Kristoffer has worked with top tier talent, photographers, celebrities and models, and can bring knowledge, experience and expertise to every project. Reviewer Preference: Krisroffer is open to seeing motion video and the work of emerging photographers.

Jennifer Lamping
Jen Lamping is VP / Director of Art Production at Rubin, Postaer, and Associates (RPA) in Los Angeles. She's worked at The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), as an artist rep at Giant Artists, done production at TBWA\Chiat\Day, Saatchi & Saatchi, and now RPA. She also founded GALLERY 2525, an in-house art gallery at RPA that showcases a variety of local and world-renowned artists, as well as an artist speaking series called, ART TALKS. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Jennifer is open to seeing motion video as well as emerging photographers

David Y. Lee
David Y. Lee is a Senior Program Officer at National Geographic Society (NGS) where he supports Storytelling grant making strategies and initiatives for the Society, and advances our community of Storytelling Explorers with their NGS funded projects. Prior to joining NGS in July 2021, David covered The White House for Time and Newsweek as a photojournalist, served as an official photographer for Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, led National Geographic’s global photo community, and worked at Advancement Project National Office as their Social Impact Storyteller. Reviewer Preference: David is open to seeing the work of emerging photographers.

Gregg Lhotsky
Gregg Lhotsky is an agent and partner at B&A, one of the oldest and largest repping firms in the country. For most of my career I have nurtured the careers of creative people. As the Global Managing Director of B&A and CLM, I am able to utilize my vast experience and expertise in the photography, animation, CGI, illustration and the marketing and advertising industries. Operating out of our New York City offices, I run a team of agents and support staff in New York, London, Berlin and our affiliates in China and Australia.REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Gree is open to seeing motion video

Shana Lopes
Shana Lopes, PhD, is an Assistant Curator of Photography at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. She has organized exhibitions on cyanotypes, the 1906 earthquake, Atget, Wright Morris, and Eikoh Hosoe. Over the past fifteen years, she has gained curatorial experience at the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, Arizona, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Shana is open to seeing the work of emerging photographers

Shannon McMillan
Shannon McMillan, a Freelance Art Producer and founding partner of Homestead Creatives, an artist's representative firm. She has a background in photography and advertising. She worked as an Art Producer at GSD&M for 15 years. As an Art Producer she worked with worldwide clients (BMW, Caesars Entertainment, Southwest Airlines, Kohler, and others), photographers and integrated production teams. Given the years of experience and contacts, she understands a true collaboration between Artist and Client. Reviewer Preference: Open to seeing motion samples in addition to still photography.

Emilia Mickevicius
Emilia Mickevicius is the Norton Family Assistant Curator of Photography at the Phoenix Art Museum and Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona. In 2019 she received her Ph.D. from Brown University. Prior to beginning her current role, she worked in the Photography department at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, where she contributed to numerous exhibitions including "Sea Change: Photographs from the Collection" and "Kinship: Photography and Connection." Emmy has also held positions at the RISD Museum and Art Institute of Chicago. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Emilia is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Kevin R. Miller
Kevin Miller is an independent curator, photographic consultant, educator and photographer. Director of FotoEkthesis, an exhibitions, archive and publications consultancy for artists and Institutions. Miller currently serves as Board President, Medium Photo Inc, a San Diego based non profit; and is also a Board Member of the California Museum of Photography at the University of California, Riverside, where he serves on the Museum Acquisitions Committee. Previously, he was the Director and Senior Curator of the Southeast Museum of Photography, a public museum in Florida from 2001 until 2016

Marie Monteleone
Marie A. Monteleone is the Enterprise Assignment Photo Editor for Bloomberg News, producing visuals for multimedia global stories. Previously, Monteleone held the roles as the North American Deputy Photo Editor and Latin America Assignment Photo Editor, overseeing photo and video news assignments. While at Bloomberg News, she led the expansion and diversification of the roster of freelance photographers in North, South and Central America. Prior to Bloomberg, she worked for ABC News, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, The New York Post, and W Magazine. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Marie is open to seeing the work of emerging photographers

Rebecca Morse
Rebecca Morse is Curator in the Wallis Annenberg Photography Department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. She was previously Associate Curator at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA). REVIEWER PREFERENCE: Rebecca is open to reviewing emerging photographers as well as motion video

Quentin Nardi
Quentin Nardi is chief photo editor for Smithsonian magazine. A photo editor and director professional with more than 20 years of national magazine and editorial photo editing experience in both print and digital platforms. Prior to Smithsonian, Nardi spent nine years as a photo editor for Outside, Ski magazine and as director of photography for AARP, where she helped to redefine the visual direction of AARP The Magazine.

irene opezzo
Irene Opezzo is the Photo Director at Robb Report. She has been employed at several publications in the US and Italy, such as Vice News, Vogue Italia, and the national daily newspaper La Stampa. She's been producing photo shoots and commissioning experienced and emerging photographers for more than ten years, pursuing innovative ways to approach visual storytelling. She is currently based in Los Angeles. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Irene is open to see the work of emerging photographers

Judith Peyrat
Judith Peyrat is the Director of the prestigious Paris Gallery, Baudoin Lebon.

Carolyn Potts
Carolyn Potts, creative consultant, works with photographers worldwide refocusing their marketing so that it’s as professional and compelling as their imagery. She's created 10,000+ photo portfolio edits/presentations and provides portfolio edits, marketing strategies, and business systems that help photographers land the projects they want and need. Her results-focused photography consulting practice is based on her 35+ year career as a successful photo rep; Her portfolio edits and marketing plans have garnered hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of photo assignments from ad agencies, design firms, corporations, and publishers across the globe. Reviewer Preferences: Carolyn is interested in seeing both commercial and fine art work as well as motion and multimedia samples in addition to still photography

Mary Anne Redding
Turchin Center for Visual Arts curator Mary Anne Redding is a visual arts curator and writer with more than forty years’ experience working as a curator, archivist, librarian, educator, and arts administrator. She welcomes creative responses to local, regional, and global climate change and the impact that the decline of natural resources and civility have on all life on the planet. Her goal is to provide insight into artists’ creative concerns, wildest ideas, inspired hopes, and waking dreams for the immediate present and for the future. What she is not interested in is talking to photographers who are only interested in self-promotion and who do not have the greater good of community as part of their efforts. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Mary Anne is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Laura Sackett
Laura Sackett is the creative director and co-founder of LensCulture, one of the leading sites committed to discovering and promoting the best in the contemporary photography. She leads all aspects of design including strategy, brand, website, print, communications, screenings and exhibitions. Besides leading the creative direction for LensCulture, she also designs and co-curates LensCulture exhibitions and the online galleries. REVIEWER PREFERENCE: Laura is open to see the work of emerging photographers

Darnell Scott
Darnell Scott currently works with artist management powerhouse, Apostrophe Reps as the Visual Brand Director; innovating and elevating the visual identity of the agency and its artists to make a meaningful impact within the photo and motion industry. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Darnell is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Mary Virginia Swanson
Mary Virginia Swanson is an author, educator and mentor who helps artists find the strengths in their work, identify appreciative audiences and present their work in an informed, professional manner.  Her seminars and lectures on marketing opportunities have proven to aid photographers in moving their careers to the next level.  During her career she has worked in the fine art, documentary, photojournalism and licensing arenas. Swanson co-authored with Darius Himes the acclaimed Publish Your Photography Book: Revised & Updated (2014). Her current book project is Finding Your Audience: An Introduction to Marketing Your Photographs

Martha Takayama
Martha Tepper Takayama, has directed Tepper Takayama Fine Arts, since 1993, specializing in post World War II through 21st century photography, including documentary, narrative, conceptual, semi-abstract and abstract imagery. She has been working as an art dealer for more than 40 years. The gallery collaborates with an international roster of photographers working in a variety of techniques ranging from traditional platinum and silver gelatin prints to digitally processed works. Reviewer Preference: Open to seeing motion samples in addition to still photography.

Pamela Jean Tinnen
Pamela Jean Tinnen is a curator and art dealer based in New York with 15+ years experience in public exhibitions, corporate collections and the commercial art market. For over a decade, she has held the position of Lead Curator at NYU’s Art in Public Places, Kimmel Windows, where she creates exhibitions that engage a wide range of scholarly discourse. In 2023, Pamela founded High Priestess Project, a gallery-at-large participating in major art fairs and pop-ups. HPP’s program focuses on emerging to mid-career artists with exceptional talent and upmarket commercial appeal. Her artistic, academic and curatorial interests most often engage analog photography, noir-aesthetics, dark-tourism, and the semiotics of visual-culture.

Allyson Torrisi
Allyson Torrisi is currently the Deputy Director of Photography at The New York Times. She began her career over 20 years ago producing fashion advertisements for Bloomingdales, Saks Fifth Ave, Nordstrom and Talbots. She was on the launch staff of InStyle Magazine and was a senior photo editor there for seven years. After In Style, she became Creative Director at Turner Broadcasting in Atlanta. Torrisi has served as Director of Photography at Men's Journal, Popular Mechanics and Deputy Director of Photo at People magazine. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Allyson is open to seeing motion video as well as the work of emerging photographers

Susan White
Susan White is currently the Photo Director of the newly launched online beauty publication, AirMail LOOK. Former Photography Director of Vanity Fair magazine. REVIEWER PREFERENCES: Susan is open to seeing the work of emerging photographers

Jane Yeomans
Jane Yeomans currently works at Bloomberg Businessweek Magazine, where she commissions and licenses photography. Previously she worked as a freelance photo editor and researcher for book projects, design firms and many publications, including The New Yorker, New York Magazine, Vanity Fair, ESPN and many others. She has been commissioning and licensing photography for many years in New York City. Reviewer Preferences: Open to seeing everything, especially personal work and ongoing projects. She is open to seeing the work of emerging photographers.