Deadline: January 23, 2015
Every year, American Photography is one of the top photography competitions in America, so get your entries in Now! A panel of esteemed photo editors will meet in NYC to select the year’s best images.
American Photography 31 Jury
Jacqueline Bates, Photography Director, California Sunday Magazine
Jacqueline Bates is the photography director at The California Sunday Magazine. Previously, she was senior photo editor of W Magazine and worked in the photo departments of ELLE, Interview, and Wired. Bates holds an MFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts. Her work has been exhibited internationally.
Clinton Cargill, Director of Photography, Bloomberg Businessweek
Clinton Cargill was recently named the new director of photography for Bloomberg Businessweek. Cargill was most recently the New York Times Magazineâ€™s photo editor, a role he held since 2006. He had been with the Times since 2004.
Marvin Orellana, Photo Editor, New York Magazine
Marvin Orellana is a photo editor at New York Magazine. Previously, worked in the photo departments of The New York Times Magazine, Marie Claire, and More Magazine. Orellana holds a BFA in photography from The Rochester Institute of Technology.
Jennifer Pastore, WSJ. Magazine
Jennifer Pastore is the photography director of WSJ. Magazine. Previously, she was the contributing photography director of Harperâ€™s Bazaar, the photography director of Teen Vogue and the associate photography editor of T Magazine. Jennifer teaches in the BFA photography program at The School of Visual Arts and her work has been recognized by American Photography, ASME, SPD, Graphis, PDN and the Society of Newspaper Design. Jennifer holds a BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Florida.
Amy Pereira, Director of Photography, MSNBC
Amy Pereira is an award-winning photo editor focusing on photojournalism, reportage, social documentary and long-form visual storytelling. She is the Director of Photography at MSNBC.com