Join us for portfolio reviews on March 29, 2022!
This event is virtual through Zoom. Registration Open Thru March 28th.
Currently open to New England chapter members only. Open to other chapter members starting 3/9.
LIMIT 3 REVIEWS PER MEMBER.
Portfolio reviews are one of the best ways to get terrific insight into your own work in addition to forging relationships with potential clients and industry professionals. ASMPNE has pulled together photo consultants/reps, editorial clients and art buyers for our Portfolio Review. Spots are limited so sign up as soon as you can.
HOW IT WORKS
- Please read the Reviewer Tip Sheet for everything you need to know
- Registration will be open to NE members only until 3/8. Then it will be open to all ASMP members until registration closes on 3/28.
- Tickets are $20/review with a maximum of 3 reviews.
- Your admission fee can be refunded if cancelled on or before 3/22. There will be no refunds after that date.
- Cutoff for registration is 3/28.
- David Bareda – Senior Photo Editor – National Geographic
- Jessica Bryan – Senior Photo Editor – People Mag
- Paul Dozois – Creative Director – (add)ventures
- Jim Fitts – Founder and Head Photoweenie – photoweenie.com
- Meg Gallimore – ACD/Art Director – PJA
- Vanessa Till Hooper – Creative Director / Founder – Studio HHH
- Carolyn Marsden – Assistant Art Director – Large Clothing Realtor
- Melissa Ojeda – Creative Consultant + Photo Rep – Miami-reps.com
- Suzanne Revy – Member of the Board – Photographic Resource Center
- Stacy Swiderski – Creative Consultant, Agent + Photo Editor – stacyswiderski.com
- Jenna Teeson – Owner + Agent – Teeson Reps
- Allyson Torrisi – Deputy Director of Photography – People Magazine
ASMP Members only: Registration fee: $20 per review. Three reviews maximum per member.
New England chapter member only registration open until 3/8
Member registration open to everyone 3/9-3/28
Note: There will be a registration vendor service fee for all registrations.
(Listed in Alphabetical order by last name)
Senior Photo Editor – National Geographic
David M. Barreda is a visual editor, multimedia producer, curator, and journalist based in Oakland, California. He is currently a senior photo editor at National Geographic, where he edits on the History & Culture desk, a core team member of Diversify Photo, and President of the SF Bay Area Chapter of NAHJ.
Previously, David was a photo editor at Earthjustice, a founding editor at Topic, and a founding editor for ChinaFile where he launched the Abigail Cohen Fellowship in Documentary Photography in collaboration with the Magnum Foundation.
He has more than 20 years of visual journalism experience and prior to editing, he worked as a staff photojournalist at the San Jose Mercury News, the Rocky Mountain News, the Valley News, the Tallahassee Democrat, and the Herald of Randolph. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, where he received his Master’s degree, and of Middlebury College, where he majored in Geography and Environmental Studies.
Born in southern Peru and raised on a sheep farm in Vermont, David lives with his partner, their 9-year-old daughter, and Dandelion, a poodle-terrier, Covid-adoptee rescue dog.
Senior Photo Editor – People Magazine / https://jessica-bryan-hwqb.squarespace.com
I graduated from RISD with a degree in photography. I worked as a black and white printer for 7 years. One of our major clients was Mary Ellen Mark. After I left the lab I helped with her archive before she referred me to a friend at People. I’ve worked on every aspect of photo editing and production during my tenure at People…news human interest, food with a specialty in celebrity portraiture.
Creative Director – (add)ventures / addventures.com
As Creative Director at (add)ventures, Paul is a problem solver, a lead creative communicator, focuses on client creative direction and helps manage and mentor the design staff. He has more than 30 years of experience in the creative design industry with 20 years of art/creative direction.
Prior to joining (add)ventures in 2004, Paul was an owner and vice president of i.d. Group, Inc., a Providence-based advertising agency.
Paul earned his bachelor’s degree in photography/visual design from Southeastern Massachusetts University.
Founder and Head Photoweenie at photoweenie.com / photoweenie.com
Jim has been a photographer, teacher, lecturer, curator, and creative director for over 45 years. He is an avid fine arts photography collector with a focus on 20th century American photographs. Nine years ago Jim launched www.photoweenie.com, a website that offers new work by emerging and established photographers.
ACD/Art Director, PJA / www.agencypja.com
Meg Gallimore is an Associate Creative Director, designer and illustrator with an advertising design degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC. She’s spent the past 16 years at shops like Hill Holliday, Arnold Worldwide and Allen & Gerritsen. Her award-winning work has been seen in campaigns for Dunkin’ Donuts, Liberty Mutual, Staples and the Museum of Science to name a few.
Meg is a lifelong crafter who loves good design and will buy pretty much anything with interesting packaging. Colors make her happy. Good typography is her zen. Simple is better. Currently she operates as a wife / mom, and an Art Director / ACD at PJA in Boston.
Vanessa Till Hooper
Creative Director / Founder – Studio HHH / studiohhh.com
I have always believed there is a strong link between our physical environment and our state of mind, but am only now becoming aware of the many ways thoughtful design can actively empower individuals and communities with agency, voice, and choice.
My body of work traverses the overlapping disciplines of art, interior architecture and design. With a bachelor’s degree in fine art, and a master’s degree in architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), I see each project as an opportunity to deeply investigate a set of circumstances, unfolding them into a meaningful solution, rather than focusing on a fixed end result. Over the past 10 years my work has grown in scale and complexity, and led to a specialization in interactive and light-enhanced immersive experiences.
Assistant Art Director – Large Clothing Realtor /missmarsden.com
A native of the Boston area, Carolyn V. Marsden started her career art directing and designing magazines, including Boston magazine, Rhode Island Monthly, and publications at Madavor Media. Now an art director at a large local clothing retailer, Marsden regularly directs studio photographers and creates content for social media and other channels. An MFA graduate of the University of New Mexico, Marsden is also passionate about her own artmaking practice.
Creative Consultant + Photo Rep / miami-reps.com
Melissa Ojeda is a Photo Rep and Creative Consultant with a background in marketing, brand strategy, content creation and creative coaching. Known for being collaborative, inclusive, and turning thoughts into action, her strengths lie in recognizing and cultivating the potential in others. Inspired by her vibrant and eclectic hometown of Miami, she launched Miami Reps to provide photographers at any point in their careers, with the opportunity to be seen and receive the attention their work deserves.
Associate Editor, What Will You Remember? / Member of the Board, Photographic Resource Center / Adjunct Faculty, Clark University
Suzanne Révy is a photographer, writer and educator who earned a BFA from the Pratt Institute in 1984. She worked in editorial and magazine publishing as a photography editor at U.S.News & World Report and at Yankee Magazine before the arrival of two sons. She created a long term, three part photographic diary of their lives, and earned an MFA from the New Hampshire Institute of Art in 2016. She teaches photography at Clark University in Worcester, MA., she reviews photography books and exhibitions in Boston and New England at the online photography magazine “What Will You Remember?” and serves on the board of the Photographic Resource Center in Cambridge, MA. Her work has been exhibited at the Griffin Museum of Photography, the Danforth Museum and Fitchburg Art Museum among others.
Creative Consultant, Agent & Photo Editor / StacySwiderski.com
Stacy Swiderski is a Philadelphia based Creative Consultant and Photographer’s Agent with an extensive background in commercial photography, fine art photography, education and consulting. She’s worked with a diverse range of photographers during her time in the industry – assisting them with projects like web and print edits, brand strategy, marketing campaigns and creative coaching. When she’s not participating in panels or reviews, you can find her ardently marketing her roster of photographers at Philly Reps.
Teeson Reps/Owner + Agent / teesonreps.com
With more than a decade of artist management, previous experience as a photo editor for National Geographic and a degree in photography, Jenna has a deep knowledge of what a successful photographer/client relationship looks like. As a boutique agency, Teeson Reps, connects award-winning artists with global, editorial and commercial accounts utilizing lifestyle, food/drink, product and portrait photography in still and in motion. Clients include Anheuser-Busch, Bose, Boston Scientific, CVS, iRobot, Jack Daniels, Keurig, Liberty Mutual, National Geographic, PING, Staples, Tide, Twisted Tea, USAA and many more.
Deputy Director of Photography – People Magazine
Allyson Torrisi has been involved in the world of photography for over twenty five years. Currently serving as Deputy Director of Photography at People magazine. Prior to People she was the Director of Photography at Popular Mechanics, where she won several awards, and was nominated for a webbie for her video work. Allyson, was on the executive board of SPD, and was president in 2017. She lives and works in NYC.
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