Sunday November 4th, 2012
Friday January 6th, 2012
Behind the scenes photos that kill the magic.
Hitler can sell anything.
Iconic photos stripped of their subjects.
Sketching banned at photo exhibit.
Student sneaks his work into the National Museum.
Truth in logo design.
Living with a lion.
Facebook timeline used for anti-drug PSA.
- Maria Luci
Monday September 21st, 2009
Background: spent several years in the Marshall Islands teaching just about every subject to
high school students. Later received masters in architecture, moved to Maine, and started a
practice with a friend. Sold his half of the business to begin his architectural photography career.
Recent project: "Taiwan Mod", which he calls "A 600 page journey through Taiwanese design."
Lives in the capital, Taipei. Has background in design and art. If you have a minute, you may
enjoy checking out what he produced with only his iPhone and his imagination. It’s on his website.
Jeff has a life-long interest in design and construction. Prior to becoming a photographer,
he worked as an architect and structural engineer at a prominent Philadelphia firm. For the past
14 years, he’s shot for the leading firms in the Northeast. Not bad for a "self-taught" photographer.
John was born and raised in St. Louis Park, MN (a suburb of Minneapolis). Had a brief
interlude in California, where he refined his photography skills. He has two kids. His daughter
is a natural-born stylist, at 9 years old, and apparently his son is good at breaking things.