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Sarah Hughes, Editorial Photo Agent
GETTY IMAGES
/ New York (2010)
U.S. Photo Editor at Paris Match Magazine (2013)

Sarah Hughes is an editorial photo agent at Getty Images/Reportage working primarily with documentary and portrait photographers. She worked at Corbis as a photo agent and editor until 2006. Prior to entering the agency side of the industry, Hughes combined her background in documentary and fine arts to create photography, video and sculpture based installations, performances and exhibitions. She has exhibited, lectured and taught workshops on photography both in the U.S. and internationally. She is currently working on a long-term photography and interview series: Safe & Sexy. see Art CV


www.sarahhughesphoto.com


Keith Milton, Owner/Director
PHOTOGRAPHERS' GALLERY
Los Angeles, CA

At photographers' gallery the core collection consists of classic and contemporary photographs from talented artists and reputable archives.
The eclectic selection provides fine art photography for everyone. Photographers' Gallery has created an open forum where emerging photographers can share their innovative and inspiring work with a diverse audience in the gallery and on the web.
"An invigorating departure from the traditional fine art gallery." - Space Magazine
Photographers Gallery is the leading source for original fine art prints online. Representing established and emerging innovative photographers from around the world. An extensive diverse collection appeals to any art lover and the serious collector.

Photographers' Gallery




Sophie Mörner, Photographer/Founder/Publisher
CAPRICIOUS BOOK PUBLISHING & MAGAZINE
Brooklyn, New York

Sophie Mörner was born in 1976 in Stockholm, Sweden and attended New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Most often regarded for the founding of Capricious Magazine and later Capricious Publishing and Space, venues for presenting emerging fine art photography, Mörner is first a photographer herself. Her work blends idyllic elements of an imagined female utopia: individuals in bucolic, pastoral settings unencumbered by gender pressures, with aspects of contemporary portraiture and realism. In 2007 Mörner had her first solo exhibition, Androgynous portraits 1999-2003, at Riche Konsthall in Stockholm, Sweden and in 2008 she self-published a two-person artist book with photographer Anne Hall, titled The Known World. With artist Tammy Rae Carland, Mörner co-curated the exhibition Looking Forward, Feeling Backward, at New York gallery P.P.O.W. in 2009. She has curated several shows in New York, The Netherlands and Sweden. Her photographs have been featured in numerous publications including ID-Magazine, The Advocate, Girls Like Us, BLEND, ANP Quarterly, Livrasion, Famous and LTTR. In recent years Mörner has been invited as a guest lecturer, reviewer and panelist for such programs as the New York Photo Festival, the School of Visual Arts’ Mentor program, the Art Directors Club/ Colophon, Centrum for Fotografi (Stockholm) and ICP-Bard New York.

Capricious Magazine
www.SophieMörner.com


WIPI Archived Online Exhibitions: and Jury panels

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A Decade of Images 2000-2010 - 
2010

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Summer 2009 Competition Exhibit
- 2009

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2009 Competition Exhibit
-2009

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2008 Competition Exhibit- 2008

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2007 Competition Exhibit- 2007

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The Portrait Exhibit - 2006/2007

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Turning Silver Juror 100 Exhibition - 2006
Turning Silver Honorable Mentions  


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Beauty, Camera Eye of the Beholder Exhibit 
 - 2005 
 
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Decisive Moments Exhibit - 2005  

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virtual * visual Exhibit - 2004    

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Tea Time Exhibit - 2001 


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