2018 Biographies

This section contains boigraphies of FOTOfusion presenters that will be present this year.

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John Reuter

John Reuter is Executive Director of the 20x24 Studio, home of the legendary 20x24 camera. During his career spanning four decades he has collaborated with artists such as Chuck Close, Robert Rauschenberg, Mary Ellen Mark and Joyce Tenneson. Reuter has been a dedicated educator, teaching workshops on instant photography, digital imaging, encaustic painting and video production in venues worldwide. He is currently at work on Camera Ready, the Polaroid 20x24 Project, a documentary film on the origins and history of the 20x24 program. John has taught at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre for 19 years.


Howard Schatz

Howard Schatz:

Over the last 25 years the fine art work of Howard Schatz has been published in twenty-two books. He has had over a hundred museum and gallery exhibitions worldwide, and has won virtually every award in photography. He has photographed for Time, Vanity Fair, Sports Illustrated, ESPN Magazine, New York, Stern, L’Espresso, Marie Clair, Glamour, The New Yorker and The New York Times Magazine. He has made extraordinary images for such advertising clients as Ralph Lauren, Nike, Reebok, Sony, Adidas and Mercedes-Benz. His work includes an incomparable range of artistic explorations of movement in dance and sports, portraiture, ground-breaking underwater work, beauty and fashion, still life, architecture, landscape, and, most remarkably, beautiful and original studies of the human body.


George Schaub

George Schaub is the Editor-at-Large at Shutterbug Magazine and a member of the Technical Committee in the Technical Image Press Association. Author of over 20 books on photography, his writing and photography has been published in The New York Times, Travel & Leisure, Men’s Journal, American Photo, and other photo and imaging magazines. Schaub has taught photo and printing workshops worldwide and exhibited in numerous galleries and museums, most recently, a celebration of 150 years of printmaking in the Southwest titled Pressing Through Time, part of the Taos, NM Fall Arts Festival.


Robin Schwartz

Robin Schwartz is a 2016 Guggenheim Fellow in Photography with photographs in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art; the Smithsonian American Art Museum and

the Bibliothéque Nationale. All of Schwartz’s photography is animal centric. Her fourth monograph, Amelia & the Animals by Aperture, is a 14-year project of her daughter with exotic and domestic animals. Her photographs have been published in The New York Times Magazine, Time Lightbox, The New Yorker and many others. Schwartz is an Associate Professor in Photography at William Paterson University of New Jersey and has presented at the National Geographic Magazine Seminar, LOOK3 and the Eddie Adams Workshop.


William Snyder

William Snyder is a four-time Pulitzer Prize winning photographer and editor who is currently Professor and Chair of the Photojournalism Program at the Rochester Institute of Technology. After graduating RIT, Snyder joined the Miami News and then the Dallas Morning News. During his 15 years as a staff photographer, Snyder won three Pulitzers. In 2005 he was named the Morning News’ Director of Photography and guided the photography staff to the 2006 Pulitzer Prize in Breaking News for coverage of Hurricane Katrina. Snyder has won numerous awards from local, state, national and international competitions and has worked with the rock group The Who for over 15 years.


Ruaridh Stewart

Ruaridh Stewart is the News Director of ZUMA Press, overseeing a large team of photo editors and is the chief contact for ZUMA’s 2,100+ photojournalists and 100+ newspaper and agency partners worldwide. He is also the Associate Picture Editor of DOUBLEtruck, an award-winning publication, and the multimedia portal zReportage.com. Stewart is the recipient of several major awards as an editor and photojournalist including a POYi for his news coverage and reportage photography.

 

 


Adam Stoltman

Adam Stoltman is a photographer, editor, media developer and consultant involved in traditional and digital media for over 30 years with companies like the New York Times, Time Warner, Eastman Kodak and Walt Disney. He has covered 11 Olympics Games with his work appearing in magazines worldwide. As the Sports Picture Editor at the New York Times, Stoltman was part of a team that produced award-winning visual coverage. He has also served as deputy picture editor for feature photography at Sports Illustrated.


Joyce Tenneson

Joyce Tenneson is internationally lauded as one of the leading photographers of her generation having her work published in books, magazines and exhibitions worldwide. Tenneson’s portraits have appeared on magazine covers including TIME, LIFE, Newsweek, Premiere, Esquire and the New York Times Magazine. She is the author of 15 books including the best seller, Wise Women. She has received numerous awards and in a recent American Photo Magazine poll, was voted among the Ten Most Influential Women in the history of photography.


Vincent Versace

Vincent Versace is an internationally recognized pioneer in the art and science of digital photography. Recipient of the Computerworld Smithsonian Award in Media Arts & Entertainment and the Shellenberg Fine Art Award, his work is included in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum of American History. He is the author of three bestselling books and has been published in numerous magazines, including American Photo, Outdoor Photographer, and Popular Photography.


Judith Walgren

Judith Walgren is an Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, teacher, visual artist, curator and writer. She is also the Branded Content Director for the visual storytelling startup, ViewFind, helping global brands to build visual narratives for publication across digital and print platforms. Previously, Walgren lead the visuals team at the San Francisco Chronicle as the director of photography. In 2016, she received her MFA in Visual Art from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and began her exploration into the disruption of historic visual archives. She recently received an Arts Matters Foundation Grant to support her research into the history of the California Mission System. 


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