Epson America is honored to collaborate with many of the world's leading creative professionals. We are most grateful to the following artists who have allowed us to incorporate their incredible works throughout the Epson Professional Imaging Organization.
Bambi Cantrell's passion for capturing the decisive moment and her subsequent creative style have made her a household name in the photographic industry. Among her many accomplishments, Bambi Cantrell was honored in July 2008 by the Russian Federation of Professional Photographers, and was presented with the prestigious "Golden Eye" award; an award only given 10 times in the history of the organization. In 2007 American Photo Magazine named Bambi Cantrell as one of the "10 Best Wedding Photographers in the world." In 2003 the United Nations honored Bambi Cantrell with its "International Leadership Award," and in 2001 Bambi was honored with "The Lifetime Achievement Award" the highest honor given by The Wedding Portrait Photographers International Organization. In addition to being an internationally recognized photographer, Bambi Cantrell is also an accomplished author. Her three best selling educational books continue to inspire and educate people around the world.
John Paul Caponigro, author of Adobe Photoshop Master Class, is respected internationally as one of the most prominent fine artists working digitally whose work is represented in major collections including Estee Lauder and the Smithsonian. John Paul's work focuses on the natural world and illuminates his consciousness for the environment and environmental issues. His work has been featured in numerous periodicals, catalogs and books published in the USA and abroad including the Ansel Adams Guide and Art News. He is a contributor to Digital Photo Pro, columnist for Photo Techniques magazine, the Apple webSite, and a contributing editor for View Camera and Camera Arts magazines. He lectures frequently at universities and museums including MIT and Brooks Institute. He teaches workshops in his studio as well as at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops and Maine Photographic Workshops.
Gregory Crewdson is an American photographer who is best known for elaborately staged, surreal scenes of American homes and neighborhoods. He received fellowships from the Aaron Siskind Foundation in 1991 and the National Endowment for the Arts in 1992. In 2004, he received the Skowhegan Medal for Photography from the Showhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Crewdson began teaching at Sarah Lawrence College in 1990, and following brief stints at the State University of New York at Purchase, the Cooper Union, and Vassar College, he took a position in the photography department at Yale University in 1993. His work has been exhibited worldwide including his much acclaimed series, "Beneath the Roses".
Bruce Dale has produced over two thousand published photographs for National Geographic during his travels in over 75 countries. Recognitions include twice named Magazine Photographer of the Year, White House Photographer of the Year, and honors for his digital work from the Smithsonian Institution. In addition to many other awards, one of his photographs now journeys beyond the solar system on board NASA's Voyager Spacecraft as testimony about planet Earth. His versatility ranges from anthropological studies of Gypsies and American Mountain People, to highly technical work mounting remote cameras on the vertical stabilizer of a jumbo jet to make in-flight photos. Images captured for stories about China, Bats, Roadrunners, a book on the American Southwest, and a splendid collection of landscape images contribute to his portfolio. An early adopter of digital photography, Dale has become an expert on the subject and in addition to his work in advertising and photojournalism is a highly sought-out instructor at photographic workshops.
Douglas Dubler is a fashion and beauty photographer who seamlessly joins craft and creativity to produce some of the most memorable images in editorial, advertising and fine art photography. Douglas uses his innovative techniques for leading cosmetic companies, fashion & jewelry designers and fashion magazines. He is also on staff at The International Center of Photography and a consultant for numerous manufacturers in the photographic industry. His commercial successes have been recognized by the industry with awards from Communication Arts, Art Directors Club and Clio. In 2001, with the strong emergence of digital photography, Douglas has transitioned to digital capture. Much of the focus of this digital work has been on his fine art photography which is shown on a continuing basis in New York City galleries.
Michael Godard, known as the "Rock Star of the Art World" is currently the #1 best selling artist in the U.S. Godard has been featured on Television in HBO's Cat House, A&E's Criss Angel's Mind Freak, American Casino, Inked, and a myriad of other media. A documentary on Godard's life featured at independent film festivals winning numerous awards. His Book, "Don't Drink and Draw", the art and life of Michael Godard, was awarded Art Book of the Year. Godard's work is highly collected by movie stars, rock stars, private collectors, from young to old from all walks of life. Godard's imaginative world of art is seen by millions of people each month world wide such as cruise lines, galleries, hotels, television, magazines and countless merchandising kiosks and stores. His paintings even adorn the walls of the officer's lounge in the Pentagon. Godard's world of art invites us in to his lighthearted perspective of life that surrounds us, mirroring our lives through martinis with animated olives, drunken grapes, dancing strawberries, including his own vices of gambling and the good life. Godard's unique portrayal of fun is an exciting combination of imagination and often subtle humor which evoke and engage the creative side in "Olive" us. Paintings depicting drunken grapes, gangster olives, dancing strawberries, and flaming dice have taken the conservative art world and turned it on its heel redefining art as we know it with a new definition and of course a punch line. Today Michael Godard is considered one of the most prolific and influential artists of our time.
Lynn Goldsmith is a multi-awarded portrait photographer whose work has appeared on and between the covers of Life, Newsweek, Time, Rollingstone, Sports Illustrated, People, Elle, Interview, US, Bunte, Paris Match, etc. Her subjects have varied from entertainment personalities to sports stars, from film directors to authors, from the extra-ordinary to the ordinary man on the street. Her thirty years of photography have not only been an investigation into the nature of the human spirit, but also into the natural wonders of our planet. Lynn has been a consistent contributor to the highly acclaimed series of Day in the Life of books as well as many other photography collections. Ten of her own photographic books have been published: Rock and Roll, The Police:1978-1983, Bruce Springsteen, The Police, New Kids, Circus Dreams, PhotoDiary, Springsteen: Access All Areas, and Flower.
For over three decades, Greg Gorman has continued to master the art of photography. From personality portraits and advertising campaigns to magazine layouts and fine art work, Greg has developed and showcased a discriminating and unique style in his profession. His photography is timeless with each image giving a picture of human nature in its infinite range. One of Greg's strengths has been photographing motion picture and music personalities for feature film advertising and album covers. Some of the motion picture celebrities he has photographed include Leonardo Di Caprio, Robert De Niro, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Halle Berry, Ben Affleck, Kevin Costner, John Travolta, Al Pacino, Sharon Stone, Charlize Theron, Pierce Brosnan, Bette Davis, Dustin Hoffman, Barbara Streisand, Keanu Reeves, and Tom Cruise. In the music field, Greg has worked with Elton John, Celine Dion, David Bowie, Bette Midler, Iggy Pop, Frank Zappa, Quincy Jones and Mick Jagger. Greg Gorman's work has been exhibited in galleries and museums in North America, Europe, and Asia and is consistently featured in publications throughout the world.
Lois Greenfield is internallitonaly renowended for her work of dancers. The fruits of her collaboration with Daniel Ezralow, Dave Parsons and Ashley Roland, as well as other dancers and companies was "Breaking Bounds", her first monograph published by Thames and Hudson and Chronicle Books in 1992. In her latest book, Airborne, she explores the metaphoric potential of bodies in flight. Greenfield is intrigued by the mythology of metamorphosis: from human to animal, or animal to plant, from spirit into matter and matter giving way to spirit.
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders' portraits are in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum, The Whitney Museum and The National Portrait Gallery among others. In 2004, seven hundred of his art world portraits were accepted into the permanent collections of The Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. He is a contributing photographer at "Vanity Fair" magazine. A number of books on Greenfield-Sanders' work have been published: "Art World"(Fotofolio), "Timothy Greenfield-Sanders" his first monograph, (Alberico Cetti Serbelloni Editori), "XXX: 30 Porn-Star Portraits" (Bulfinch Press) "Face to Face" (Skira), "Look: Portraits Backstage at Olympus Fashion Week" (Powerhouse) and "The Black List" (Atria of Simon and Schuster).
Catherine's award winning images have been exhibited in galleries in Paris, New York City and the San Francisco Bay area. They have appeared in Times Square on the NASDAQ and Reuters screens, in PDN, National Geographic Traveler, Rangefinder, The Sydney Morning Herald, American Photo, The Tribune, The New York Times, Camera Arts, Grace Ormonde Wedding Style, Elegant Bride, and in promotional materials for fifteen international non-profit organizations. Catherine has been trusted to capture weddings worldwide and premiere events by NYC's top events planners. She is also deeply involved in photojournalism, commercial, editorial, and advertising work. As the director of photography for the John Deere Place campaign, she photographs Americans from all walks of life in settings that tell their stories. Other clients include Reuters, NASDAQ, News Corp, FOX, MySpace, Expedia, Evite, Ticketmaster, and Goldman Sachs. She also teaches at top international workshops and serves as a master class instructor at photography tradeshows.
For thirty years, Joe has been pursuing the ultimate color photographic print making process, building darkrooms, a unique, large-format additive lamphouse for the best possible Cibachrome quality, a ton of other custom pieces of exotic lab equipment, and more recently software, and have mastered several difficult printmaking processes along the way. These include silver gelatin black & white, dye transfer, additive Cibachrome, pigment transfer, and finally digital printmaking. After having originally been moved to become a photographer by the books that he produced and edited, he was honored and delighted to have become one of David Brower's three favorite photographers, along with Eliot Porter and Ansel Adams, who were also his friends. His publications include many posters, the series of Last Wildlands calendars, produced with Dave at Friends of the Earth for nine years, and three books, including two of the most respected books of landscape photography: "Joseph Holmes - Natural Light", The Nature Company 1989, and "Canyons of the Colorado", Chronicle Books 1996.
Sports Illustrated magazine's director of photography calls Walter Iooss, "The foremost sports photographer of his generation". Walter Iooss's images have graced the cover of Sports Illustrated over 300 times. Just some of the athletes he has photographed include Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Serena Williams, Cal Ripken, John Elway, Yogi Berra, Jerry Rice, Michelle Kwan, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Ken Griffey, Sugar Ray Leonard, Shaquille O'Neil, Tiger Woods, Steffi Graf, Wayne Gretzky, Joe Montana, Carl Lewis, Arnold Palmer and the list goes on and on. In addition to his work with Sports Illustrated and the annual swimsuit issue, Walter received considerable recognition for his two and one-half year project photographing Olympic athletes up to and during the 1984 games. Not satisfied just with sports, Walter has received numerous accolades for his use of design in recent collage work and capturing the true essence of the athletes through portraiture.
Bob Krist works regularly on assignment for National Geographic Traveler, Smithsonian, Islands, Traveler Overseas, and the German magazine GEO Saison. His images from worldwide assignments have won awards in the Pictures of the Year, Communication Arts, and World Press Photo competitions. In 2000, he was honored at the Eisenstadt Awards for Magazine Photography in the travel category. Krist is an accomplished writer as well as a photographer. His last book, Spirit of Place: The Art of The Traveling Photographer, was hailed by American Photographer magazine as "the best book about travel photography we've ever read." Currently, he is a contributing editor at National Geographic Traveler and the travel columnist at Outdoor Photographer magazine.
Jay Maisel's name has become synonymous with vibrant color photography that uses light and gesture to create countless unforgettable images for advertising, editorial and corporate communications. In addition, his pictures appear in books, as well as private and corporate collections. Included among his many awards for excellence are the ASMP Lifetime Achievement Award, ASMP Photographer of the Year International Center of Photography's Infinity Award and he was inducted into the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame. A graduate of Cooper Union and Yale University, Jay continues his education by teaching younger photographers at workshops, seminars and lectures around the world. Jay has authored seven books including, A Tribute, which many feel is the most intimate photographic portrait of the World Trade Center ever created.
The distinguished photojournalist Steve McCurry has covered many areas of international and civil conflict, including, Afghanistan, Iraq, Cambodia and the Philippines. His photography is featured in many world wide publications including National Geographic. His pictures, in the finest documentary tradition, capture the essence of human struggle and joy. Steve's heart and mind have searched out and found the unforgettable, and many of his pictures have become modern icons. Steve McCurry is the recipient of numerous awards, which include the Robert Capa Gold Medal for exceptional courage and enterprise, the Olivier Rebbot award, numerous World Press Photo awards, and Magazine Photographer of the Year.
Joe McNally is an internationally acclaimed American photographer and long-time photojournalist. From 1994 until 1998 he was LIFE magazine's staff photographer, the first one in 23 years. His most well known series is "Faces of Ground Zero - Portraits of the Heroes of September 11th". Some of McNally's other renowned photographic series include, "The Future of Flying", a 32 page cover story for National Geographic, published in December 2003, commemorating the centennial observance of the Wright Brothers' flight. He has shot cover stories for Sports Illustrated, Time, Newsweek, Geo, Fortune, New York, Business Week, LIFE and Men's Journal, among others. Joe McNally is known for his ability to produce technically and logistically complex assignments with expert use of color and light. As part of his teaching activities, he conducts numerous workshops around the world.
His first foreign assignment was to cover civil strife in Northern Ireland during the 1981 IRA hunger strike. Since then, Nachtwey has devoted himself to documenting wars, conflicts and critical social issues. He has worked on extensive photographic essays in El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Lebanon, the West Bank and Gaza, Israel, Indonesia, Thailand, India, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, the Philippines, South Korea, Somalia, Sudan, Rwanda, South Africa, Russia, Bosnia, Chechnya, Kosovo, Romania, Brazil and the United States. Nachtwey has been a contract photographer with Time Magazine since 1984 and in 2001 he became one of the founding members of the photo agency, VII. He has had several solo exhibitions throughout the United States and Europe and has received numerous honors such as the Common Wealth Award, Martin Luther King Award, Robert Capa Gold Medal (five times), the World Press Photo Award (twice), Magazine Photographer of the Year (seven times), the International Center of Photography Infinity Award (three times) and the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Grant in Humanistic Photography.
During the past decade Chris Rainier's mysterious images of sacred places and indigenous peoples have earned him recognition as one of the world's top documentary photographers and have been featured in such leading publications as Time, Life, Smithsonian, National Geographic, The New York Times, Islands Magazine, The New Yorker, German and French Geo, and publications of the International Red Cross, the United Nations, and Amnesty International. Rainier honed his skills as a photographer while working first as an assistant, and then as photographic assistant, to noted black-and-white landscape photographer Ansel Adams from 1980 to 1985. During travels throughout the seven continents, he participated in an expedition to the North Pole and journeyed seven times to Antarctica. Rainier serves as a co-director of the National Geographic Society Cultures Ethnosphere program and as director of its website CulturesOnTheEdge.com. He is also a contributing editor for National Geographic Traveler and a contributing journalist for NPR radio. Rainier was recently included in American Photo Magazine's list, The 100 Most Influential People Working in Photography Today.
Jack Reznicki is a commercial people and children photographer based in New York City. His creative problem solving has helped promote products and services for many companies such as Johnson and Johnson, Toys "R" Us, Proctor and Gamble and Playtex. The author of several books on commercial photography, his insightful articles on photography were found for the last 4 years in his popular "ProVision" column in Petersen's Photographic. His writings have also appeared in other magazines such as Professional Photographer magazine. Jack is currently vice president of the Professional Photographers of America. In the past Jack has served as President of the New York chapter of Advertising Photographers of America, sat on the Joint Ethics Committee in New York, and served as Board Member of ASMP/NY. Along with other awards, Jack received the International Photographic Council Leadership medal for Excellence in Studio Photography at the United Nations. He also founded and runs the Photo News Network PNN which is home to some of the industry's most popular Photo Forums.
Howard Schatz is among the most in-demand photographers working today, and his distinctive style is widely recognized both in the art world and in the world of advertising. Schatz's fifteenth book, Botanica, a stunning collection of flower portraits, The images from his critically acclaimed book, Athlete, (HarperCollins, 2002) a unique study of America's top athletes, have been seen in exhibitions in the United States, Europe and Asia. His next book project, In Character: Actors Acting, is a book of photographic portraits of working actors - many of them recognized stars - playing one or more roles directed by Schatz in a one-on-one improv. Earlier titles include Nude Body Nude, a powerful and sensual study of the human body; Pool Light, a thrilling ensemble of underwater images that was featured in magazines worldwide. All of these projects are a result of a unique collaboration between Schatz and his wife and business partner, Beverly Ornstein. Schatz's fine art work has been exhibited in museums and photography galleries internationally. His work has been published in Time, Vogue, Sports Illustrated, LIFE, the New York Times, GQ, Italian Vogue, The New Yorker, Elle, Harper's Bazaar, Forbes, American Photo, and Entertainment Weekly.
Jeff Schewe graduated summa cum laude from the Rochester Institute of Technology and has been an award-winning advertising photographer in Chicago for over 20 years. Jeff's photographic specialty has always been problem solving, and his move into digital imaging allows him even more control over the final photographic images. His first digitally imaged assignment was in 1984. Jeff is widely known and respected in the digital imaging community as a leading pioneer in the field. A feature consultant for Adobe Photoshop, he has been listed in the Photoshop credits for Creative Input. Jeff also is a founding member of PixelGenius, developers of specialty software for digital imaging. Jeff Schewe has also worked to advance the photographic community and is a past president of the Advertising Photographers of America. He is a past Apple Master of the Medium and has served as a member of Apple's Customer Advisory Board.
Rodney Smith graduated from the University of Virginia and went onto earn a Master of Divinity in Theology from Yale University. While at Yale, Rodney also studied photography under Walker Evans. Rodney has years of teaching experience, including an adjunct professorship at Yale University. He regularly teaches at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops in New Mexico. Along with his personal work, Rodney has been commissioned to do assignment work for clients such as American Express, IBM, H. J. Heinz, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, the New York Stock Exchange, BMW, Starbucks, VISA, and The New York City Ballet. In addition to corporate and advertising work, his fashion clients include Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, Ralph Lauren, and Ellen Tracy. Editorial clients include The New York Times Magazine, W Magazine, Vanity Fair, Esquire, Fast Company, and Bloomberg Personal. In 1975 he received a Jerusalem Foundation Fellowship which enabled him to live in Jerusalem for three months. This work resulted in his first book, In the Land of Light, published by Houghton-Mifflin Company. His second book, The Hat Book, was published by Nan A. Talese/Doubleday.
After ten years of creating vibrant color still-life images with a view camera, Maggie Taylor began to work with the computer in 1996. By placing objects directly on the glass top of the scanner she is able to create a unique type of digital image that has some photographic qualities. Many of the images feature portions of her drawings, as well as found objects and bits of old tintype photographs. Taylor's still-life photographs and digital images have been exhibited in more that 80 one-person exhibitions throughout the U.S. and in Europe. In 1996 and 2001 she received one-year State of Florida Individual Artist's Fellowships. Taylor's work is in the collections of The Art Museum, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ; The Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, AZ; The Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; The Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, AL; Musee de la Photographie, Charleroi, Belgium; Museet For Fotokunst, Odense, Denmark; the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX; NationsBank, Charlotte, NC; and the Prudential Insurance Company, Newark, NJ, among others.
Joyce Tenneson is among the most respected photographers of our time. Her work has been shown in over 150 exhibitions worldwide and is part of numerous private and museum collections. Her photographs have appeared on countless covers for magazines such as: Time, Life, Entertainment Weekly, Newsweek, Premiere, Esquire and The New York Times Magazine. She is also a much sought-after portrait photographer with clients in Europe, Japan, and the United States. Ms. Tenneson is the author of ten books including the best seller, Wise Women, which was featured in a six-part Today Show series. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including the International Center of Photography's Infinity Award, for best applied photography. In addition, she has been named Photographer of the Year by the international organization, Women in Photography. A recent poll conducted by American Photo Magazine voted Tenneson among the ten most influential women in the history of photography. Tenneson just finished her 11th book, Out on the Street- Stories of Resilience and Reconciliation, which was released in February 2006.
Pete Turner is best described in the words of A.D. Coleman: "A dramatist's sense of event, intense and saturated coloration, and a distinct if indescribable otherness are omnipresent in Turner's Images". Pete's work has been presented in magazines and books, on record jackets, as billboards and posters - and as original, signed prints. His lifetime devotion to photography has brought innumerable honors (over 350 awards from various design groups and photography associations including the Outstanding Achievement in Photography Award from the ASMP and the Professional Photographer of the Year Award from PDMA 2000). Turner's photographs are in the permanent collections of museums the world over.
Vincent Versace is a recipient of the Computerworld Smithsonian Award in Media Arts & Entertainment and the Shellenberg fine art award. His work is part of the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of American History. Vincent is the photographer of Immediate Assistants Medical Rescue Go team and one of the members of the photographic team of Eco-Challenge. He has been commissioned by the San Francisco Presidio National Park to produce a book and create a permanent collection of art for the park. He is an American Photo Magazine Mentor Trek instructor and a member of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals Instructor Dream Team teaching regularly at Photoshop World and the Santa Fe and Palm Beach Photographic Workshops. Vincent will be starting his third year as the host of the Epson Print Academy and his third year teaching the Digital Landscape Workshop Series. Articles about his work in conjunction with digital workflows have appeared in American Photo, Popular Photography, Shutterbug, Petersen's Photographic, PC Camera, Studio Design and Photography Professional Photographer and Digital Imaging magazines.
Stephen Wilkes shoots campaigns for many of the country's leading advertising agencies and companies, including American Express, Honda, Nike, AT&T, Visa, Ogilvy & Mather, Texaco, IBM, ITT Sheraton, McCann Erickson, Weiden & Kennedy, Hal Riney, Young & Rubicam Goodby and Silverstein & Partners, His editorial work has appeared in Travel & Leisure, The New York Times Magazine, Traveler and Life Magazine. In 2000 Stephen was commissioned by Epson to create a millennial portrait of the United States. The work was exhibited in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco to critical acclaim. Stephen recently completed a project photographing the south side of Ellis Island and was able to help secure $6 million in funding to restore the south side of the island. The work was exhibited in April of 2001 and again in 2003. The work will be published in the fall of 2006 by WW Norton. Wilkes is in the permanent collection at the International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House. Wilkes has been recognized by the photographic and design industry with several awards including the Alfred Eisenstadt Award for Magazine Photography, Photographer of the Year, Adweek Magazine, honors in Graphis Magazine, and the award of excellence in Communication Arts. Stephen Wilkes lectures across America at various universities, inspiring students with his passion, ideas and skills.
Ben Willmore has personally taught over 60,000 Photoshop users on three continents. His descriptions of Curves and Channels are thought to be the best in the industry and his breakthrough teaching style of "not-just-how-but-why," has made him the in-house instructor of choice for companies such as Mercedes Benz, Adobe Systems, America Online, the U.S. Airforce, Lexis Nexis and Fisher-Price Toys. His award-winning, best-selling book, Adobe Photoshop Studio Techniques is said to be "Arguably, one of the best Photoshop books ever written." by Photoshop User's publisher, Jim Workman. His latest book 'Photoshop CS3: Up to Speed' is a new concept in books and is the only book focused exclusively on the new features in Photoshop CS3. He is also co-author (with Jack Davis) of "How to Wow: Photoshop for Photographers", and creator of the best-selling Master Series videos. He continues to be a featured speaker at publishing conferences and events worldwide, including Photoshop World, American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), Professional Photographers of America (PPA) and the Royal Photographic Society of England. He's a member of the Dream Team for NAPP and writes for numerous digital imaging and photography publications, including a monthly column for Photoshop User magazine. In 2004 he was inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame. His reputation as the "expert's expert" prompted NAPP's president, Scott Kelby, to say, "When we get stuck, we call Ben!"
Art Wolfe is one of the most internationally acclaimed and highly published nature photographers of our time. In 2000, he was awarded an Alfred Eisenstaedt Award for Magazine Photography and in 1998, the Nature Photographer of the Year award from his peers. Art serves on the advisory boards of both the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) and the Wildlife Conservation Society. He is a passionate spokesperson for conservation, receiving the first-ever Rachel Carson Award from the National Audubon Society for his work in support of the national wildlife refuge system. Art's other passion is books. He has published 60 books including the recent Edge of the Earth, Corner of the Sky.
Andrew Zuckerman is a New York-based photographer and film director. His work has been featured in Communication Arts, Photo District News, American Photo, and ADC's "Young Gun" show. In 2006 Andrew was a recipient of D&AD's Yellow Pencil award for excellence in photography. He co-founded Late Night & Weekends, which develops advertising, books, television, and narrative films. Andrew Zuckerman is an award-winning photographer and director. He has directed a film "High Falls" and is the author of the books "Wisdom" and "Creature."