Jarl had an early interest in theater, art, and photography. After high school graduation in theater, she had various part-time jobs while working in theater as an actor, director´s assistant, and project manager. Jarl then continued studying at the University, Digital Photography and Image Processing as well as Theater and Art studies. She has a bachelor´s degree in Art History. Since 2013, she has been working at Fotografiska in Stockholm. She was first employed by Fotografiska Stockholm as an appreciated exhibition guide, guide administrator, and booker. She then continued her carrier at Fotografiska as Exhibition Coordinator. With Fotografiska’s global expansion, Jarl started working for Fotografiska International in 2018 as Director of Global Exhibitions.
In her past life as a Marketing Executive for Nestle Waters USA, Paraskeva worked on the client side with Ogilvy&Mather on the production of advertising campaigns for her premium brands and was featured in the New York Times for her work. Elena loves to create surrealistic conceptual work that is bathed in rich colour palettes and strong graphic lines.Her stylised world is full of fashion images and conceptual portraits that are permeated with a high aesthetic, beauty, and elegance. Always playing along the lines of the extraordinary and almost bizarre, her work is impactful, lucid and memorable. She has exhibited her work in NYC, London and Paris among other cities and has been published on the pages and covers of a multitude of publications.
Kurt Moser started his career in Italy, training as a Director of Photography in Milan, after which he began to work for Austrian TV. From 1996 onwards, moving to Rome, he committed himself to documentary films for numerous notable broadcasters, such as ARD - ZDF, ARTE, BBC, and CNN, and produced for TERRA X and UNIVERSUM. He then spent some years as a war correspondent for Swiss Tv and got a Grimme Award nomination for his work and the Social Humanitarian Film Award. One of his best-known works is his 2009 Cinema documentary “Das Auge 3D”, for which he received the “Award for Best Picture” at the Dimension3 international film festival in Paris / France. He is a Member of the Examining Board, Lecturer/ Instructor/ Docent at ZELIG Documentary Film School in Bolzano / Italy. Since 2010, Moser has been working on ultra-large format photography, updating the approaches of the past to the possibilities of the modern era. Today he is one of the few experts for Wet Plate ULF Direct Positive Photography. Currently, his Ambrotypes can be seen in the LUMEN Museum / Plan de Corones - Italy
Steven Benson is a photographer/videographer and contributing curator at the Southeast Museum of Photography in Daytona producing retrospectives of Roger Ballen and Arno Minkkinen, among others. He was formerly a Professor of Photography & Video, Chair of the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies, and Chair of Interactive Media. Steven is Vice-President of the Board Of Directors for SNAP! Orlando and ASMP Greater Florida. He holds a BFA from the College for Creative Studies and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. He is the recipient of three Creative Artist Grants-Michigan Council for the Arts and an NEA/ArtsMidwest Fellowship. His work can be found in numerous collections including the Museum of Fine Art-Houston, Detroit Institute of Arts, Bibliotheque Nationale-France, Centre Georges Pompidou, and Museet for Fotokunst-Denmark. Solo exhibitions of his photography include the Centre Georges Pompidou and photography festivals/biennials/triennials in Argentina, South Korea, Germany, Syria, Poland, China, Denmark, and FotoFest.
Martha is the director of photography features and projects at the Tampa Bay Times, where she has worked since 2019. She coordinates multimedia coverage as well as photographer-led content like photo essays and photo and video packages. Her work has been featured in several award-winning projects, including “Poisoned,” which won the Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting in 2022. Martha’s work has appeared in the New York Times, Time, The Wall Street Journal, the Associated Press, ABC News, and more. She is a graduate of the University of South Florida St. Petersburg, with a degree in Mass Communications and Journalism. She is on the leadership board for the Visual Task Force of the National Association of Black Journalists and a member of the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA). She grew up in St. Petersburg but is originally from the Dominican Republic.
HeeJung Kim is a curator, photographer, and Art Director, most notably she has curated the DongGang International Photo Festival since 2015, one of the greatest annual international photo festivals in South Korea that will celebrate its 21st edition in 2023. Currently, she is actively engaging in several international projects. Kim represents Photobookclub Seoul, a platform that introduces photobooks of Korean photographers both locally and globally. Additionally, she is Art Director at DaDeeDaDa; a company that engages in multi-disciplinary projects in design, space design, architecture, and whimsical products.
Sara Canon currently serves as the Exhibitions Manager & Curator at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at Florida State University in the History and Criticism of Art, with a Minor in Museum Studies. She believes museums can be a learning tool for the community to engage and foster dialogue and appreciation for the arts. Sara is responsible for the supervision of the exhibitions at FMoPA, including coordinating events, shipments, and installations related to current and future projects.
Kristen completed their MFA from the University of New Mexico in 2018 and has since facilitated photography classes at the University of South Carolina, the University of South Florida, and the University of Tampa. She has recently been in residence with the CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SUBSTRUCTURED LOSS for applied grief and bereavement research and the School of Making Thinking to explore texts somatically and collaboratively. Their work has been shared online and in print. In 2021, she co-curated an exhibition, Bodies for Scale (This Has Happened Many Times Before), at Goodyear Arts in Charlotte, NC.
Hiromi Nakamura is a curator at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, and has been curating exhibitions for over 30 years. She guest curated A Private History at Fotografisk Center in Copenhagen in 2007, Fashion Magazine by Martin Parr in the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, TOKYO by Magnum Photographers from 1945 to 2005, in 2007. Apart from her curatorial work, she contributes articles to numerous magazines and gives lectures at several universities and museums such as Seika University Kyoto, the National Art Gallery of Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur, the Hammer Museum, and UCLA in California in the USA. Nakamura has been a nominator for the Infinity Awards 2006 at the International Center of Photography in New York, and a nominator for the Kassel Photo Book Biennale in Kassel, Germany. Her research interests include Contemporary Art and Photography, Film, Fashion, Sociology, and Cultural Studies.
Collier Brown is a poet, photography critic, and literary scholar. He is the founding editor of Od Review, an online, single-feature venue for the photographic arts, and is co-editor of both 21st Editions, in Massachusetts, and Edition Galerie Vevais, in Germany. Brown’s essays on photography have appeared in more than twenty books, including Per Fronth: Evolution of Melancholy (coming June 2023; Adger, a recent retrospective of photographs by Adger Cowans; Eyemazing: The New Collectible Art Photography; Beth Moon’s Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time; Wynn Bullock’s Relativity; and Anne Berry’s Primates. Brown currently teaches at Harvard University.
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