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susana raab

Susana Raab is a documentary and editorial photographer who creates warm, and often quirky images of people and places, familiar and strange. She approaches subjects with a generous spirit and sense of humor. Relying on a combination of color, composition, and movement, she balances poignancy and whimsy to create modern yet timeless images for her clients. Her work has received recognition from numerous sources including the Lucie Awards, American Photography 24, Photo District News, The Camera Club of New York, PhotoEspana, the White House News Photographers’ Association, The Ernst Haas/Golden Light Awards, and the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities. Her photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally.

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Claire Beckett, Boston

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Claire Beckett is a photographer based in Boston, MA. A native of Chicago, IL, she earned a BA in Anthropology from Kenyon College (Gambier, OH) in 2000 and an MFA in Photography from the Massachusetts College of Art (Boston, MA) in 2006. Claire Beckett is represented by the Carroll and Sons Gallery (formerly called the Bernard Toale Gallery) in Boston. Her photographs have been show in recent solo exhibitions at the Bernard Toale Gallery and at the University of Rhode Island, as well as in group exhibitions at the Photographic Resource Center, Boston University and Simmons College. Claire Beckett is a 2007 recipient of the Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant. From 2002-2004 she worked as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Republic of Benin, West Africa. Beckett is an Assistant Professor of Photography at the New England Institute of Art in Boston.

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Dave Jordano, Chicago

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Dave Jordano was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1948. He received a BFA in photography from the Center for Creative Studies in 1974. In 1977 he opened a commercial photography studio in Chicago and quickly established a client list that included, among others, Crate & Barrel, Starbucks Coffee, Sears, Nestle, Quaker and Kraft Foods. As an emerging fine art photographer, he was awarded an honorable mention in the Houston Center for Photography’s Long Term Fellowship Project in 2003 and received the Curator’s Choice Award the following year. His photographs are included in several private and public collections including the Federal Reserve Bank, the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chilcago IL, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. He lives and works in Chicago IL.

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alison malone

Alison Malone is a photographer based in New York City. Her work examines the nuanced relationship between people and how they exist in the world. She is constantly exploring new ways to observe the significance of the everyday occurrences in people, places and objects that surround them while searching for the subtle threads that connect us all. Her current body of work is titled “The Daughters of Job”. It portrays a secret society of girls ranging in age from 10 to 20 years old that are the daughters and granddaughters of Freemasons. The images are concerned with the psychology of identity formation through traditional ritual and role-playing within a patriarchal organization. They observe the girls in the society and the spaces where these rites occur.

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Brian Ulrich, Chicago

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Chicago-based Brian Ulrich‘s photographs portraying contemporary consumer culture reside in major museum collections such as the Art Institute of Chicago, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, and the Museum of Contemporary Photography. He earned his MFA in photography at Columbia College Chicago and a BFA in photography at the University of Akron. It is this understanding of history that informs much of his work which today addresses issues social, political and historical.

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Annie Marie Musselman

Annie Marie Musselman lives in Seattle and works as a documentary portrait photographer. She received first place in the 2006 Environmental Photography Invitational, and was also featured in the American Photography 22 Book Juried by Kathy Ryan. Her inspirations include Andrew Wyeth, Nan Goldin, Louis Faurer, Eggleston and the voice of Sam Beam. Annie’s work has appeared in publications including National Geographic Traveler, The New York Times, PDN, Time Magazine, People Magazine, Men’s Journal and ELLE.

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erika larsen

Erika Larsen is an American born photographer based in New York City. She began experimenting with photography as a teenager inspired by the work of Arthur Tress. Her work has been published in numerous magazines worldwide including Time, Geo, and Field and Stream. Her most notable work to date is her immersion into the world of hunting. Her photographs have been recognized by World Press, American Society of Magazine Editors, American Photography, Communication Arts and others. She is represented by Redux Picture Agency.

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The work of New York-based photographer Nicholas Haggard has been displayed in Dazed and Confused, Piston and Slash magazines, as well as being featured in numerous exhibitions throughout America, including a recent show at Rogues Gallery in Portland, Maine.

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jess-ingram

Jessica Ingram was born and raised in Tennessee. She received degrees in Photography and Political Science from New York University and her MFA from California College of the Arts. She was included in 25 Under 25, (PowerHouse Books 2003) and American Photography 20. She contributed to What We Want Is Free: Generosity and Exchange in Recent Art (SUNY Press 2004). Along the Way, a video she completed with the Cause Collective was a 2008 Official Selection at the Sundance Film Festival. Jessica’s work is motivated by her desire to understand how people relate, what they long for, and what motivates the choices they make. Along with her art practice, Jessica develops and leads community based arts programs, most recently Fostering Art, a photography and writing program for foster youth in the San Francisco Bay Area. Jessica lives between Nashville, TN and New York where she teaches at NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Parsons the New School of Design, and works with PixelPress Magazine.

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Lauren Fleishman

Lauren Fleishman was born and raised in the Midwood section of Brooklyn. She attended the School of Visual Arts with a Vice Presidential Academic Scholarship. In 2000 she was awarded a full scholarship to study at the prestigious Ecole Superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. In 2003, Lauren was named one of Photo District News’ 30 young photographers to watch. Lauren’s clients include The Fader, New York Times Magazine, Microsoft, Newsweek, Time, Marie Claire France, ESPN, ELLE and The Sunday Times. This year Lauren will be included in American Photography 23 and is an award recipient in the 2007 PDN Annual for her Time magazine work entitled Sixteen Candles.

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