Judging Talent For CMYK
Back in 2002, just after I graduated Art Center College of Design, I was hired by Alpine Stereo to shoot an ad campaign for them. Shortly after the Alpine shoot, I was contacted by CMYK, a San Francisco based magazine that focuses on showcasing emerging commercial artists. To my surprise, CMYK wanted to run a story on my right-out-of-school success with Alpine Stereo.
Last month (10 years later!) I was contacted by Curtis Clarkson, CMYK's Editor-in-Chief, asking me to be a judge on a panel that would critique the work of other emerging photographers. You can see my critique in CMYK Magazine #54. My job was to view and judge over 100 commercial images, give advice to up-and-coming photographers on what to do (and not do) when creating images, and to share some insights on how to succeed in launching their careers as commercial photographers.
They also wrote up a pretty bio on me as well, which you can check out HERE.
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