Congratulations to the Winners:
1st: Susan Hyde Greene: Born to Dance
2nd: Nolan Preece, Ouranos and Kronos (cliche verre)
3rd: Wendell Phillips, Mental Health Hospital / Indonesia
Dean Brierly is a photographer, editor and freelance writer living in Studio City, California. He is currently an Editor of B&W magazine. He was formerly Managing Editor of Camera & Darkroom magazine, as well as Creative Director/Associate Publisher of Photo Work magazine. He has written extensively on photography for Camera and Darkroom, Photo Work, Photo Metro, Photo Central, Photovision, Black & White, COLOR, Focus, Outré, Mosaic Records, H2O Company Ltd, and numerous other print and online venues.
Brierly also publishes the blog Photographers Speak, which features in-depth interviews with leading photographers past and present, including Gordon Parks, Sid Avery, Saul Leiter, Marketa Luskacova and others. As well, he writes several blogs devoted to genre cinema. His editorial photography has been featured in The Detroit News, Men’s Look,Sky, The Advocate, Far Out, S. Affiliated Books and St. Martin’s Press. His fine art photography (which charts an experimental course in urban/abstract imagery through extensive darkroom processes) has been exhibited in solo and group shows in Los Angeles, Denver, England, Ireland, and his native Detroit.
Parallel to his photographic endeavors, Brierly has written numerous articles across a broad range of other topics, including cinema, music and literature. He has also held upper-level editorial positions in lifestyle, consumer electronic, computer, gaming and fitness magazines. He served as Senior Editor/Writer at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, overseeing editorial and photographic content for in-house magazines, catalogs, brochures, books and special projects.
He is currently working on a book on the late photographer James Fee.
Chris Johnson currently serves as a Full Professor of Photography for the California College of the Arts, where he has taught since 1977. His work has been part of several notable collections including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Smithsonian Institution, the Oakland Museum, the Center For Creative Photography In Tucson, Arizona.
Johnson is the author of The Practical Zone System: for Film and Digital Photography, currently in its fourth edition. He has been president of SF Camerawork, director of the Mother Jones International Fund for Documentary Photography, and chair of City of Oakland’s Cultural Affairs Commission.
In 2007 Johnson originated and designed the Oakland International Airport’s Southwest Airlines Media Wall installed in the baggage claim area. Together with Hank Willis Thomas he recently received a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation for a work-in-progress titled, Question Bridge: Black Males.
Johnson’s artwork is in the collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Smithsonian Institution, the Oakland Museum, the Center for Creative Photography, and the Polaroid International Collection. Johnson has studied with Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, and Wynn Bullock.
2013 Juried Exhibition
This is the Catalog of the 2013 Juried Exhibition held at the Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, CA from January 12 through March 1, 2013. The 57-page soft cover Catalog is priced at $30.00 and is available on MagCloud.