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Connect with industry leaders across the country.

The ASMP National Portfolio Reviews are taking to Zoom once again.  We are excited to bring you a fresh set of creatives from across the country, as we have assembled a wide variety of reviewers that represent different sectors of the creative  industry.

Portfolio reviews are a fantastic way to expand your network, gain new perspectives on your work and connect with industry creatives. Photographers and content creators in all stages of their careers are invited to participate.

Once again, we are looking forward to connecting creative professionals across the country.

Here’s how to participate:

  1. Review the list of reviewers and determine which reviewers are the best fit for your business. Make sure your work relates to the reviewers’ area of expertise that you want to meet with for your review.
  2. There are no limits to the number of reviews you can sign up for on this day. However, we recommend max of 5.
  3. Note which sessions your reviewers are listed.
  4. Register for your reviews (see link below). Be sure to only sign up for one review per time slot.
  5. Save your confirmation emails.
  6.  Attend ASMP’s How to Portfolio Review event on May 5th.       

      And see you on May 21st! 

Registration Fees

ASMP Member: $30 per review (Member ID Required)

Non-members: $40 per review

Note: There will be a registration vendor service fee for all registrations.

Key Registration Dates

April 26  Registration opens for ASMP members

May 12 Registration opens for non-members

May 17 Registration closes at 11:59pmET



If you are unable to book the reviewer of your choice, then please add your name to our review waitlist.


Reviewer Bios

Paul Asao
Creative Director, Best Buy

Natalie Butterfield
Associate Editor, Art Group, Chronicle Books

Natalie Butterfield is an Associate Editor in the Art group at Chronicle Books in San Francisco. Her list is comprised of adult books on fine art, photography, and design, as well illustrated gift books and the occasional stationery line. When it comes to photography books, Natalie looks for projects that tell compelling stories and highlight underrepresented perspectives.

Jeff Campagna
Photo Editor, Smithsonian

Jeff Campagna is a photography editor at Smithsonian magazine and has been with the magazine since 2004. He’s collaborated on numerous award-winning projects, receiving recognition from American Photography, SPD, BOP and World Press Photo Awards. Jeff regularly contributes arts and culture pieces to He is an award-winning songwriter and a graduate of Bucknell University.

Britta Carlson
Art Director

Brooklyn based Art Director/Designer with 9+ years in entertainment, specializing in key art campaigns. Would love to see work geared towards advertising and personally enjoy playing with the boundaries of where high art/fashion meet marketing campaigns.

Kat Dalager
Creative Wrangler

Kat is and has been an avid supporter of the creative and advertising communities for decades. Starting her career as an artist’s representative then photo studio manager, she moved client side to establish the Art Production department at Carmichael Lynch. She’s worked at agencies and in-house corporate, including The Martin Agency, Campbell Mithun/McCann, Target, Life Time Fitness, Hogarth Worldwide/General Mills and Best Buy. She’s a Past President of the Advertising Federation of Minnesota and is currently on advisory committees for Metropolitan Community and Technical College (Mpls) and Dunwoody College (Mpls) photography and design programs. Over the years, she’s been a speaker and advocate for ASMP, APA, AIGA and PhotoPlus Expo. Kat loves all genres and styles of photography.

Interested in reviewing all types of work.

Arnika Dawkins
Owner, Arnika Dawkins Gallery

Arnika Dawkins is the owner of her eponymous fine art photography gallery established in Atlanta in 2012. The gallerist shows work by talented emerging and mid-career artists with a specialization in showing fine art photography by African Americans and images of people from the African Diaspora. Her passion is connecting collectors to photography that is significant, inspiring, and provocative. As a fine art photographer and avid collector herself, she is a valuable resource to collectors and artists alike. She is passionate about the medium, having obtained a Master of Arts in Digital Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Arnika Dawkins Gallery is a member of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD).

Jasmine DeFoore
Photo Editor

Jasmine is a freelance photo editor and marketing consultant partnering with photographers, non-profits, agencies and corporations to create engaging visual content. Recent clients include Dell, AFAR, Chase, United, Texas Tribune and many talented photographers around the world.

She’d like to see: lifestyle, food, interiors, travel, photojournalism/documentary, editorial, NGO/humanitarian and corporate.

Peter Dennen
Owner, Pedro + Jackie Photo Consultants

Pedro + Jackie is a vibrant consulting company that is focused on helping photographers bring their career to the next level.

I am interested in reviewing work from commercial, editorial, photo journalist and fine art photographers.

Image © Michael D. Wilson

Jemma Dilag
Creative Consultant, Wonderful Machine
Instagram: @jemma.dilag

Jemma Dilag is a Photo Editor and Creative Consultant at Wonderful Machine. Since receiving their BFA in Photography at Tyler School of Art, Jemma began their career at Wonderful Machine, helping clients meet their creative needs and coaching photographers in building their brand and business. Equipped with a multi-faceted background in photography and design along with a deep understanding of clients’ needs, Jemma works with photographers at all stages of their career, whether they are at the beginning stages of building their portfolio or transitioning into new markets. Jemma is especially passionate about bridging the gap for young, emerging, Black and non-Black POC, and LGBTQIA+ photographers by directing them to the tools and knowledge needed to achieve their creative and professional goals.

Jill Foley
Independent Photo Editor

Jill Foley is an independent photo editor currently working with National Geographic Bookazines (newsstand special editions) and Books. She has edited pictures for AARP, Discovery Communications, Smithsonian Magazine, and Education Week. She is a graduate of Boston University’s Masters in Photojournalism program, an alum of the Kalish Visual Editing Workshop, and is a member of Women Photojournalists of Washington (WPOW).

Interested in reviewing travel, food/cooking/farm-to-table, DIY/maker culture, lifestyle/conceptual, editorial.

Natalie Gialluca
Visuals Director + Executive Producer

Natalie Gialluca is an award-winning photo editor, producer and consultant based in New York City. She conceptualizes creative direction, handles full scale production and goes on-set to art direct photo and video shoots. An exceptional producer both domestically and internationally, in studios, on location and on hot television/film sets. She has over ten years of experience as a content creator producing original photography for clients in editorial and advertising environments for print and digital mediums. Her clients range from national magazines to television networks, film studios and social media brands. Most recently, Natalie was a photo editor for Entertainment Weekly magazine where she was responsible for conceptualizing, art directing and producing high concept cover shoots of celebrities.

She is well respected in the industry and has built strong relationships with some of the most celebrated photographers around the world. Select client list: Netflix, Apple TV, Macy’s, Tinder, The Hollywood Reporter, Essence, Bloomberg Businessweek

Interested in reviewing Portraits and stills, architectural, documentary, celeb and non-celeb, definitely interested in people who shoot motion (gifs) as well.

Jayanta Jenkins
EVP + Head of Marketing, Disney +

Jayanta Jenkins has been an industry creative leader for over 17 years. He’s known for working with brands to globalize their marketing objectives, including major tech brands such as Samsung, Twitter, Apple/Beats by Dre, Gatorade and Nike.

Jayanta co-founded SATURDAY MORNING, an organization that works to bring awareness and shift perceptions on racial bias and injustice. To date, Saturday Morning has partnered with Spotify and Proctor & Gamble to launch various marketing platforms.

Jayanta recently joined Disney+ as the EVP and Head of Marketing, where he can continue his focus on fun and harnessing creativity as a business tool.

Lou Jones
Owner, Lou Jones Studio
FACEBOOK: lou jones, panAFRICAproject; INSTAGRAM: loujonesstudio, panAFRICAproject

I have maintained a photography studio in Boston for many years specializing in advertising, corporate, commercial, editorial & fine art. My work has taken me on assignment to 60 foreign countries, 48 states & 13 summer/winter Olympic Games. I have served on the boards of directors of American Society of Media Photographers, Griffin Museum of Photography & Photographic Resource Center. I helped found the school Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University & have taught at many other universities. My work has been exhibited at Smithsonian Institution, DeCordova Museum, Roxbury Community College, Emerson College, Kayafas Gallery, Bridge Gallery, etc. I have published at least a dozen books on photography including Final Exposure: Portraits from Death Row, Speedlights+Speedlites, travel+PHOTOGRAPHY & Saint Petersburg, Russia. During my career I have done several long term documentary projects: pregnancy, jazz, tall ships, construction unions & my current is

I would like to see portfolios of advanced amateurs to mid career photographers who are interested in commercial or documentary or fine art photography.

Jennifer Lamping
VP | Director of Art Production , RPA

LJen Lamping is VP / Director of Art Production at Rubin, Postaer, and Associates (RPA) in Los Angeles. From the time she graduated from the University of Michigan (Go Blue!), she’s built her career around working with artists in different facets of the business – from her time spent at The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), to an artist rep at Giant Artists, to production at TBWA\Chiat\Day, Saatchi & Saatchi, and now RPA. In addition to elevating and evolving Art Production, she strives to cultivate a more creative and inspiring work environment by founding GALLERY 2525, an in-house art gallery at RPA that showcases a variety of local and world-renowned artists, as well as an artist speaking series called, ART TALKS.

Interested in seeing all types of work.

Linda Levy
Agent, Workbook

Linda Levy has worked for years with photographers, illustrators and their agents on all aspects of their promotion and evolution. She believes deeply that when visual artists tell stories about things they care about, they make better visuals. Better visuals serve clients better. She has always been delighted and amazed at the ingenuity, generosity and problem-solving skills of her clients, and she strives constantly to connect them effectively with the buyers and projects who need them.

Interested in seeing work from people who are deeply committed to developing and sustaining commercial photography careers, as well as personal projects that the photographer feels passionate about.

Paige Long
Owner, Fox Creative

Paige is the owner of Fox Creative, a boutique photo agency based in the Los Angeles area that represents high-caliber talent, including Jim Fiscus, Victoria Will and Jeff Ludes, to name just a few. Paige has been an agent for 26 years and continues to hold firm to the idea that an artist must never dilute their creative vision to “conform to the market.”

Doug Menuez
Photographer + Director

Documentary photographer & Director Doug Menuez once stood at the North Pole, crossed the Sahara, had tea with Svetlana Stalin and held a chunk of Einstein’s brain. Quitting his blues band in 1981, he began his career freelancing for Time, LIFE, Newsweek, Fortune, the New York Times Magazine and many other publications. He’s published four books, was featured in nine Day in the Lifebooks, and has won numerous awards. His advertising campaigns include Coca Cola, Emirates, Chevrolet, Leica, GE, Chevron, Charles Schwab, Eventbrite and Microsoft. His extensive archive of over a million images was acquired by Stanford University Libraries in 2004. Over 100 million people have seen his bestselling book and project, Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985-2000, which was published by Simon & Schuster/Atria Books and is now traveling worldwide as a fine art exhibition of rare images of Silicon Valley’s greatest innovators, including Steve Jobs, as they changed our world.

Interested in reviewing any kind of work, especially documentary projects and lifestyle advertising.

Paulina Niewinska
Art Director

Paulina is a NYC Based Art Director/Designer. She studied graphic design at the School of Visual Arts and has been working in the entertainment industry for the larger part of her career. With experience working with different photographers, she’s always looking for opportunities to create relationships with new creatives.

It would be helpful to see portfolios with seamless or gallery imagery as well as any advertising campaigns or ideas inspired for campaigns. Interesting lighting explorations are always welcome.

Ruth Oates

Ruth is a producer and director in advertising at GTB, she has over 12 years experience working for both agency’s and production companies, creating photography and video content for major brands. She specialises in the automotive industry.

Frances Parker
Sr. Art Director / Designer

Hello. My name is Frances Parker. I have more than two decades of graphic arts, advertising, and design experience. I currently work with SRG in Boulder, Colorado as a Sr. AD and Designer.

I’m interested in reviewing a broad range of work.

Meghan Petersen
Deputy Photo Director, Business, The Wall Street Journal
IG @meghan_petersen, Twitter @meghanmpetersen

Meghan Petersen is the Deputy Photo Director, Business, at The Wall Street Journal. She joined the team as a photo editor on national news in 2019, after six years at The New York Times, primarily as international photo editor. Before working as a photo editor, she was an editorial photographer in New York City focusing on portraiture, and spent a few years in Sydney working as a producer and art buyer at several advertising agencies. She has a BFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

I’m interested in reviewing mostly reportage from domestic photographers.

Pia Peterson
Photo Editor, BuzzFeed News
IG: @pia_peterson Twitter: @pia_peterson

Pia Peterson is a visual storyteller who works at BuzzFeed News.

She is interested in identity, politics, environment, portraiture, and documentary work.

Irina Scott
Art Director

Irina Scott is a creative professional with 25+ years of international advertising and marketing experience. She effectively managed creative teams and budgets of up to $700,000 per project. Concepted and successfully executed over 150 photoshoots (on figure and stills) including planning, casting, scouting, and budgeting. Clients have included: Amazon, Nordstrom, Gilt, Tommy Bahama, Filson, Garnet Hill, and Microsoft.

Irina was the youngest Art Director in a lead management role in the history of Cosmopolitan Magazine. She shared the success of magazine circulation growth from 90,000 to 450,000 after implementing major changes in typography, illustration and overall structure of the magazine. As a Managing Art Director for VOGUE Russia Irina developed over 20 eye-catching magazine covers as well as main feature layouts.

She is interested in reviewing fashion, beauty, lifestyle, and product.

Cameron Sterling
Content Strategy Consultant

Cameron Sterling is a content strategy consultant who helps professional creatives and small business grow brand position, increase revenue, and build a rewarding business that is better for you and your clients. With 15+ years of experience working with professional photographers in a wide range of markets, he understands the unique challenges and opportunities you have, and what a defined audience needs to see to from you to engage with your business. A few of his clients include ASMP members, Wonderful Machine, Richard Avedon, Hiro, Adobe Stock, Tiffany & Co., Harperʼs Bazaar, and SKI / Skiing magazines. He earned a commercial photography BA at Brooks Institute of Photography in ‘04, a history BA from Kenyon College in ‘98, and studied advertising at the School of Visual Arts in the 2010’s.

Image ©Allegra Anderson

Stacy Swiderski
Creative Consultant/Rep

Stacy Swiderski is a Philadelphia based Creative Consultant and Photographer’s Agent with an extensive background in commercial photography, education and consulting. She’s worked with a wide range of photographers during her time in the industry – assisting them with projects like photo editing, brand strategy, web and print edits, marketing campaigns and creative coaching. When she’s not participating in panels or reviews, you can find her marketing her roster of photographers at Philly Reps, coaching emerging photographers at her own brand, or managing her newly launched networking and education platform called Brunch & Brand™.

Barbara Tannenbaum
Curator of Photography, Cleveland Museum of Art

Barbara Tannenbaum has organized over 125 exhibitions in her 10 years as Curator of Photography at the Cleveland Museum and 26 years as Chief Curator at the Akron Art Museum. She hopes to be able to offer reviewees (hopefully sage) advice and guidance and looks forward to discussing exhibition and book projects still in their development phase. She delights in reviewing different types of work but prefers not to see photography that is primarily commercial in nature and is not a big fan of the blur. Nudity is okay if it is truly at the service of artistic expression.

Image ©Andrew McAllister

Traci Terrick
Agent and Founder of FOW

Traci Terrick, founder of Poppy Creative Agency, has more than two decades in the creative services field. She’s forged connections with the industry’s finest, and Poppy gives her the opportunity to nurture and leverage those long-standing relationships. Traci’s background in art direction and production enables her to anticipate each client’s photography needs. Traci is also the founder of Focus on Women giving all female identifying creatives a seat at the table thru networking, community and more.

Interested in reviewing food, lifestyle, interior, product.

Mark Winer and Paula Gren
Partner, The Gren Group

Paula Gren founded The Gren Group in 1998 after running her own photography production company for several years. Prior to that, Paula graduated from Boston University, studied at the New England School of Photography and worked as studio manager for acclaimed sports photographer John Huet. Her expertise is in estimating, negotiating, consulting and production management.

Mark is Chief Executive Optimist of The Gren Group, a national rep agency whose roster includes some of the top commercial assignment photographers in the US. The agency specializes in lifestyle, portrait and location work — both print and motion — and has recently produced campaigns for clients like United Health, FedEx, Adidas, Lowe’s, Princess Cruises, Novartis, Wrangler and Bayer. Mark’s responsibilities, since 2001, include marketing, business development, talent recruitment, planning & identity. He is always searching for creative ways to distinguish The Gren Group and its creative artists in this ever changing industry.

Mark would like to see commercial and personal work, including print and motion.

Kenneth Zane
Senior Photo Producer

Ken Zane brings over 25 years of industry experience to his position of Freelance Art/Photo Producer. He started out as a freelance fashion photographer in New York and is best known for his role as a Senior Art Producer at Digitas in Philadephia/NYC and Leo Burnett in Chicago, supporting clients like Coca-Cola, GM, McDonald’s, Miller-Coors, P&G, Pfizer, 3M, Amex, Olay, Eli Lilly, Nestle, Firestone, Phillip Morris, Brooks, Pantene, Intel, E.J. Gallo and Kellogg’s, to name just a few. He left Leo Burnett in 2017 to work on the client-side as a Senior Photo Producer at Gap Inc./OLD NAVY in San Francisco. Currently, he is a freelance producer and photography consultant.