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Please click on a name to read the judge biography:

Amy Yenkin
Bonnie Stutski
Cristina Mittermeier
David Hicks
Eugene Mopsik
Jean-Francois Leroy
Jose Azel
Kat Dalager
Frank Meo
Nancy Walz
Suzanne Sease
Susan Welchman
Aidan Sullivan
Kathleen Ewing
MaryAnne Golon
Michael Hanson
Nevada Wier
Pamela Chen
Rebecca Crumley
Rohit Kinra
Ruth Eichhorn
Gary Knight
Robert Pledge
Thomas D. Mangelsen
Sarah Greenough
Chris Addison

Amy Yenkin

Amy Yenkin Amy Yenkin is the Director of the Open Society Institute's Documentary Photography Project, based in New York City. She joined OSI in 1994 as the deputy director of scholarships and later held the positions of Associate Director of the Open Media Research Institute (an OSI-related organization based in Prague) and Associate Director of OSI's U.S. Programs.
Yenkin helped establish the Moving Walls documentary photography exhibition in 1998 and in 2004 developed and launched OSI's Documentary Photography Project where she oversees several grant and exhibition programs.
Prior to OSI, she worked in Washington, D.C., as the Director of Government Relations for NAFSA: Association of International Educators, where she represented U.S. colleges and universities in lobbying the U.S. Congress and government agencies on immigration policies affecting foreign students and the hiring of foreign faculty and researchers. She received her BA in history from the University of Michigan.

Bonnie Stutski

Bonnie Stutski Bonnie Stutski is the senior photogrphy editor for Smithsonian magazine, where she researches, assigns, directs and edits photography to illustrate articles and photo essays. Bonnie has more than30 years' experience in photography and publishing, working at various times as a freelance photographer, photo agent, documentary film producer, and as a photo editor (and occasional writer) for National Wildlife Federation Books, the National Geographic Society and Time-Life Books. Bonnie is a member of ASPP (American Society of Picture Editors), NANPA (North American Nature Photography Association), and is on the affiliae Council of ILCP (International League of Conservation Photographers). Besides judging Smithsonian magazine',s annual photography contest, she has judged and curated a number of other photography contests and exhibits mounted by organizations such as Nikon, regional Artists' Guilds , and galleries and museums around the country.

Cristina Mittermeier, International League of Conservation Photographers

Cristina Mittermeier Cristina Goettsch Mittermeier is a Mexican-born photojournalist and marine biologist who combines her understanding of the scientific underpinnings of conservation to a boundless passion for photography and communication. She is the Executive Director and a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, a prestigious non-for-profit initiative she created in 2005 to recognize photographers working in conservation. Her own photography been published and exhibited in some of the world's most influential publications. Cristina serves on the board of the WILD Foundation and on the Chairman's Council of Conservation International. Her interests range from marine issues and loss of biodiversity to indigenous knowledge, but her life's passion is photojournalism and the documentation of the intersection between nature and human societies.

David Hicks, Washingtonian Magazine

David Hicks David Hicks is the photography editor for Washingtonian Magazine. Born in Arlington, VA, he grew up mostly in Middleburg, graduated from Loudoun County High School, and received a painting degree from the Rhode Island School of Design.
After college, he worked for a billboard company, where his assignments included painting the Marlboro man at RFK Stadium. Also an eight-foot chicken leg and a similarly proportioned ice-cream sundae.
His photo editing career began at stock agency Uniphoto/Pictor in the mid-90's. Landing at the White House as a photo editor for Clinton, he traveled often with the President and collected many fragile items. More recently, he was a photo editor at Washingtonpost.com and deputy photo editor at USA Weekend.

Eugene Mopsik, ASMP

Deanne Fitzmaurice Eugene Mopsik, who took up his appointment as executive director of the American Society of Media Photographers, ASMP, six years ago, has a long and distinguished record with the trade association. A successful Philadelphia corporate/industrial photographer Mr. Mopsik served on ASMP's board for many years, including a term as president, 2000-2001. He has a Bachelor of Science in Economics degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and admits being ill-equipped at graduation, in 1970, to become a professional photographer but proceeded with this chosen career, in spite of "good advice from family and friends."
As ASMP executive director, he has been involved in discussions with the Nielsen Corp., Getty Images, the New York Times regarding their freelance contracts, and worked to create new agreements between photographers and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) regarding the rights to images submitted for various AIA competitions. Recently he has also been very involved with the creation of strategy for the congressional discussions related to Orphan Works legislation along with overseeing educational programming for ASMP. Beyond the day-to-day management of ASMP's operations, Mr. Mopsik develops long-range strategy to maintain ASMP's position as the premier trade association for the world's most respected photographers. When not in the office or traveling for ASMP, he can found sailing or gardening.

Jean-Francois Leroy, Visa Pour L'Image Founder
Jean-Francois Leroy Born in 3/10/56. Journalist, passionated by photography, he collaborated at Photo-Reporter, Le Photographe, Photo-Revue and Photo Magazine. At the same time, he makes reportings for the agency Sipa-Press.
In 1988, he becomes Dominique Issermann's agent.
In 1989, with Yann Arthus-Bertrand, he realises "3 days in France," an operation who paints the portrait of France in 1989, 150 years after the invention of photography.
Since september 1989 he runs Visa pour l'image, international photojournalism festival, Perpignan, France.
From 1997 to 2009, he associates to Hachette-Filipacchi through the company Images Evidence, that he bought in July 2009 and which he is now chairman.

Jose Azel, Aurora Photos
Jose Azel José Azel received a BA from Cornell University a Masters in Journalism at the University of Missouri, he joined the staff of the Miami Herald, where he worked for four years. From 1981, Azel freelanced as a photographer for international magazines such as, National Geographic, Smithsonian, Life, Time Magazine, Sports Illustrated, and GEO Magazine, as well as shooting corporate assignments for the outdoor industry. In 1993, he co-founded Aurora Photos, a stock photography company. Today with the founding of a second company, Aurora Novus the merger of traditional photography and digital media is complete.
As a consultant on photography and multimedia, Azel has worked for Apple Computer, Inc., Scholastic Inc. and Time Inc. Various substantial online projects have been conceived, negotiated, and lead by Azel throughout the years, including Central Park for Apple, the 1996 Olympic Games for MSNBC, PhotoVoyages for the Washington Post Newsweek Interactive and Women Speak, set of photographs with sound by women photographers.
As President of Aurora, Azel has overseen the start-up and operations of the company from a staff of one to its present staff of 15, and from three core photographic contributors to today's 200 plus photographers. The company also represents several of Europe's premier photography agencies
Based on shifting markets and with the supporting knowledge in photography and technology, Azel conceived and lead the design of the Independent Photography Network (IPN), www.ipnstock.com. After a successful launch, Azel negotiated the sales of IPN to a Dutch multinational publisher, VNU, parent company to Adweek, The Hollywood Reporter, PDN and other trade publications. After the acquisition Aurora Photos turned towards continuing to build a top-notch photo archive.
Within a complex and shifting photography marketplace that has witnessed the emergence of global stock photography giants, Azel continues to guide Aurora Photos while shooting select assignments.

Kat Dalager

Kat Dalager Kat's diverse background as an art student, artist's rep, photo studio manager, creative wrangler and art producer give her a 360-degree perspective of the advertising world. She's worked on the agency side, vendor side and the client side with Campbell Mithun, Carmichael Lynch, The Martin Agency, Target and Best Buy. Clients have included St. Ives, Nexxus, TREsemme, Vanity Fair Lingerie, Wrangler, Harley-Davidson, Saab, Finlandia Vodka and Seiko, and she's been fortunate enough to work with many incredible shooters over the years. As a consultant and advisor, Kat's given presentations and workshops all over the country to professionals and students interested in learning some of the ins and outs of advertising. In addition to serving as the Board Chair of MNfashion Kat is currently on advisory boards/committees for The Women's Foundation of Minnesota, The Advertising Federation of Minnesota, Stevie Ray's and Stage Place. She previously served on the Board of Directors of the Minnesota Center for Photography and functioned on leadership roles in various school-related groups. Kat believes that sharing her experiences with others will help keep our industry strong.

Frank Meo

Frank Meo Founder of thephotocloser.com, an online global search engine that connects photographers to art buyers, editors and clients. Currently thephotocloser.com represents 50 photographers in more 25 cities around the world.
For 25 years, Meo Represents has represented photographers in securing highly valued commercial assignments. He represents photographers: Robert Ammirati, Ron Levine, Tim Mantoani, Lori Grinker, Ron Haviv, Gasper Tringale, Donna Ferrato and Deanne Fitzmaurice. He has worked on hundreds of company photo libraries and campaigns for clients such as American Express Small Businesses, Acura Motor Sports, US Coast Guard Xerox, ESPN, Citi, Nike and Methproject.com. He has worked for Getty Images as Director of Photography, Sales USA.
Meo has been an active member of The Society of Photographers and Artists Representatives (SPAR) from 1984-present. He participates on various panels and workshops for the International Center of Photography (ICP), The Art Directors Club, The One Club for Art & Copy, American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), Advertising Photographers of America (APA), NYCFOTOWORKS, Palm Springs Photo Festival, and has been a nominator for the Infinity Awards.
In 2010 he had a solo show of his work, Mind Prints, at the prestigious VII Gallery in Dumbo.

Nancy Walz

Nancy Walz Nancy Walz directs photo services at Discovery Communications, where her team handles still photography and multimedia for networks including the Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, TLC and the Oprah Winfrey Network. She has commissioned award- winning work from many of the world's top photographers, who've been honored by Graphis Photo Annuals and the Lucies International, among others. Nancy previously was a photojournalist and documentary photographer in Seattle, Madrid and Barcelona, and served as staff photographer for Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn. She studied at the University of New Hampshire and the University of Exeter, England. She has reviewed portfolios for Fotoweek DC and the Eddie Adams Workshop.

Suzanne Sease

Suzanne Sease In 1999 Suzanne left the art buying department she had established at the Martin Agency. It was time to apply her experience working with some of the world's best photographers to a new role: consulting with those who wanted to take their careers to the next level.
In 2007 she started the "Photographer's Survival Tour," speaking around the country with Amanda Sosa Stone. In 2008, National Geographic's assignment division asked her to help revamp their marketing efforts. She enlisted the help of her speaking partner and Nadine Stellavato Brown (Brand Envy) to help in this once-in-a-lifetime project. In April of 2009, The Photographer's Survival Guide was published and can be purchased at Amazon and many national and local bookstores.
Suzanne has had the wonderful opportunity to work with all levels of photographers, helping them achieve their goals. It is great when a photographer gets that dream job they have always wanted, and their continued success is what makes Suzanne the happiest.
Suzanne has a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University. She has been published several times in Photo District News the APA newsletter, and Digital Imaging Techniques. She has spoken around the country on behalf of ASMP, APA, and Black Book and in New York and Los Angeles for PhotoExpo. She has been a judge for APA National and FotoWeek DC.

Susan Welchman

Susan Welchman

Aidan Sullivan

Aidan Sullivan Aidan Sullivan began his career as a news photographer working on foreign assignments for various UK publications covering events and conflicts in Afghanistan, India, and Northern Ireland. He became picture editor of The Sunday Times of London as the youngest photo editor during a critical time when the paper was completely redesigned. He was promoted to director of photography and was responsible for all of the photography at the Sunday Times Magazine. Sullivan is now Vice President of Photo Assignments for Getty Images and is based in London and NYC.
Director and Founder of The Ian Parry Scholarship 1989 - Created the Scholarship following the death of Ian Parry, a photographer and close friend who died during the Romanian Revolution whilst on assignment for him at The Sunday Times Newspaper. The scholarship offers a bursary for aspiring young photojournalists. Now in its 16th year it has helped many of the finest young photographers currently working in the profession. It is widely recognized as one of the most important prizes available. He produced a book in 2004, EYES WIDE OPEN, a collection of work from twelve of the award winners.
Chair of the World Press Photo US Jury for the Master class; Member of the World Press Master class 'Masters'; Member of the International Judging panel for the Visa D'Or in Perpignan, France; Chair of the Sony Awards Judging 2010; Member of the World Press Jury 2011; Member of the Mastercalss Judging Panel 2011 Awards; International Picture Editor of the Year at Visa Pour L'image 2000 Honorary Fellowship to the Royal Photographic Society 2004
Books Published: War in the Gulf; Eyes Wide Open

Kathleen Ewing, AARP

Kathleen Ewing Kathleen Ewing has administered a variety of professional activities for more than three decades, focusing on art & culture, environmental issues, civic projects and humane & ethical treatment of our animal companions.
The Kathleen Ewing Gallery was established in 1976, specializing in fine art photography and contemporary art. For over 30 years, the gallery has represented a wide variety of contemporary and vintage photography and maintained a regular schedule of exhibitions. In the spring of 2009, the public gallery space was closed and Kathleen now works as a private dealer. The Kathleen Ewing Gallery continues to represent a small core group of photographers and serves the needs of a more exclusive group of collectors.
Kathleen Ewing is a published author: A. Aubrey Bodine, Baltimore Pictorialist, Johns Hopkins University Press. She was awarded a doctorate in photography from the Corcoran College of Art & Design, Washington, DC. She was a founding member of the Art Dealers Association of Greater Washington and is a member of the national association, ArtTable.
For the Association of International Photography Art Dealers [AIPAD], she served as President from 1986 to 1991 and was AIPAD's Executive Director from 1991 to 2007. During her tenure AIPAD grew from a small trade association to an organization with an international reputation for representing the very best of fine art photography and establishing the first trade show for fine art photography. Kathleen was responsible for all aspects of the trade association's activities, including daily membership management, advertising, Board and Committee meetings, design of promotional materials & catalogue. Kathleen was entrusted with overseeing an annual association budget, which ultimately grew to over 1.5 million. Kathleen served as "Show Manager" for the annual Photography Show in New York City, an event including over 80 exhibitors in 40,000 sq feet of space, with attendance of 8,000 to 10,000.
As Associate Director for the non-profit Waterfront Center, Kathleen Ewing has been involved in membership and conference management. For the past ten years, Kathleen has assisted the organization in expanding its conference attendance, growing the financial sponsorship and annual fundraising. The Waterfront Center is devoted to promoting the best practices for efficient and sustainable uses of urban waterfronts.
Since 1988, Kathleen Ewing has been an active Board Member of the Washington Animal Rescue League [WARL], a premier animal shelter and rescue organization. During her service on the Board, WARL has become a national leader in the best practices of animal care and rescue. Her activities with WARL have included public relations, special events and fundraising.

MaryAnne Golon, AARP

MaryAnne Golon MaryAnne Golon is an independent photography editor and professional media consultant. She is currently the consulting Director of Photography and Multimedia for AARP in Washington, DC. She is a key member of the core team who developed the visual "look and feel" of the largest U.S. association's completely redesigned website. Golon was Time magazine's director of photography through 2008 and co-managed the international newsweekly's photography department for +15 years. While there, Golon led the photo team that produced the Hurricane Katrina special edition and the September 11, 2001 special black-bordered edition that each won coveted National Magazine Awards for single-issue topics. Golon received numerous individual and team picture editing awards from the POYi (Pictures of the Year International) and NPPA's (National Press Photographer's Association) Best of Photography competitions. Communication Arts, Society of Publication Designers, and American Photography recognize her work. She was twice selected for American Photo magazine's list of the 100 most important people in photography (#10 and #8). Golon was the on-site photography editor for Time and Life magazines during Gulf War I in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. She was directly involved in the production of scores of award-winning Time covers and special editions. She coordinated Time's photo coverage of the Olympic Games for more than a decade.
Current Projects and Honors: Chair of Professional Advisory Board, NOOR photo agency, Amsterdam Faculty and member of Board of Directors, Eddie Adams Workshop Faculty, Missouri Photo Workshop Faculty, Photography at the Summit, Jackson Hole, Wyoming Professional Consultant, BD, global health equipment manufacturer Advisor, Look 3 Festival of the Photograph, Charlottesville, VA Professional Advisory Board, Dispatches magazine, Virginia Quarterly Review, and Photo Quest Adventures, Inc. Nomination and Selection Juries, Visa Pour L'Image, Perpignan, France and World Press Photo Foundation's Masterclass
Education: MaryAnne Golon received a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism and Communications from the University of Florida and is a distinguished alumna. She completed a fellowship in Public Policy and Media Studies at Duke University.

Michael Hanson

Michael Hanson Michael Hanson majored in environmental science and Spanish at Washington & Lee University before signing a contract with the Atlanta Braves baseball organization. During his two-plus seasons playing middle-infield in the Braves farm system, Michael recognized the unique access he had to a little-understood world of minor league baseball life. He began documenting the life through photography, and he worked as a printer for fine art photographer Melissa Springer in Birmingham, AL. Eventually baseball ended and Michael moved full-time into photography, beginning with assignments from the magazines at Time Inc's Southern Progress Corporation. Only five years into his career, Michael has managed a successful balance between editorial lifestyle and travel assignments, commercial jobs, and documentary photojournalism projects in international locations such as Latin America, Africa, and Fijian Islands. He is compiling multimedia projects as a more diversified means of telling stories. Michael has recently completed a two-month tour of American urban farms for a book on the subject to be published in 2011. Michael is represented by Aurora Select and contributes regularly to National Geographic Image Collection. A series of his Ethiopian portraits now belong to the Sir Elton John Collection. He has won awards from American Photo, PDN, Banff Film Festival, National Geographic, among others. Teaching the craft of photography has been a part of Michael's career, as well. He co-founded a photography workshop in Birmingham, AL's Center Street Middle School, and he instructed a National Geographic Student Expeditions in Peru for high school students.

Nevada Wier

Nevada Wier Nevada Wier is a multiple award-winning photographer specializing in documenting the remote corners of the world and the cultures that inhabit them. She has been published in numerous national and international publications, including: National Geographic, Geo, National Geographic Adventure, Islands, Outdoor Photographer, Outside, Marie Claire, NY Times, and Smithsonian. Getty, Corbis, and Blend represent her stock photography. Her fine-art photography is shown at Verve Gallery in Santa Fe, NM. Nevada's books include are The Land of Nine Dragons - Vietnam Today (Abbeville Press), winner of the Lowell Thomas Best Travel Book of 1992 award, and Adventure Travel Photography (Amphoto). She is currently working on a new book, A Nomadic Vision (publication TBA). Nevada teaches at the Santa Fe Workshops, among others and is currently on tour with the National Geographic Traveler Creativity with Light seminar series. Please visit her website www.nevadawier.com

Pamela Chen

Pamela Chen Award-winning producer, photographer, and composer Pamela Chen oversees photography and multimedia for the Open Society Foundations, where she is part of the team leading the development of the foundation's visual communications strategy tackling some of the most complex social issues around the world.
Previously she was a producer with MediaStorm, where her work earned numerous industry accolades, including the duPont Award, the national News & Documentary Emmy Award, Webby Awards, and Pictures of the Year International awards in both photography and multimedia.
She has served as an educator for universities, national news outlets, multimedia workshops, and industry conferences, on storytelling topics ranging from the conceptual narrative to techniques in video editing and music composition.
Pamela studied photography and mathematics at Syracuse University and received a Fulbright scholarship for journalism to Taiwan.

Rebecca Crumley, Weddings Photo Director, The Knot Inc

Rebecca Crumley Rebecca is one of the industry's leading experts in wedding photography and style. In her role as Weddings Photo Director, she is responsible for producing hundreds of Real Wedding stories featured each year in The Knot Inc. media properties through managing thousands of wedding photography submissions. Her daily interaction with photography also predicts trend forecasting and industry insight. Her blog contributions on TheKnot.com highlight inventive wedding style ideas; which are translated into print, online, and broadcast outlets. She maintains relations and social media outlets with thousands of photographers and other top wedding industry consultants. With a photography background and prior experience at The Smithsonian Institution and Maine Media Workshops, Rebecca is often called upon for her photographic expertise. Rebecca is a returning judge to FotoWeek DC and will speak at the 2010 Photo Plus Expo.

Rohit Kinra, AOL

Ruth Eichhorn, GEO

Ruth Eichhorn Ruth Eichhorn (Germany) is the director of photography of the GEO magazine group, headquartered in Hamburg, since 1994. She oversees a photo department that shapes the photographic direction of the different magazines and most of the foreign editions. She works directly with contributing photographers from around the globe.
From 1988 to 1994 she worked out of the New York-office for German GEO as their Bureau Chief. She has curated and organised many exhibitions and edited numerous photo books. Before she worked for different German magazines as their photo editor. She lived and studied in Paris and was born in Kiel/Germany.
She is the Chairman of the German nominating committee for the Joop Masterclass for young photographers and was previously member of the 2004, 2006 and 2011 World Press Photo contest jury.

Gary Knight, VII

Robert Pledge

Robert Pledge Robert Pledge was born in 1942 in London, UK and moved to Paris, France at the age of ten. A student of West African languages and anthropology, he found his way into journalism as a specialist in African affairs writing for Jeune Afrique and Le Monde Diplomatique. In 1970 he coordinated a daring trip into Libya and Chad with the late photographer Gilles Caron and filmmaker Raymond Depardon. Later that year he became the editor of the French visual arts magazine Zoom, and, three years later, director of the New York office of the picture agency Gamma. In 1976 he founded Contact Press Images with American photographer David Burnett, in New York, of which he remains the president and editorial director. He has edited highly acclaimed books and catalogues, curated major exhibitions and taught at workshops around the world, and served on prestigious international juries. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund of which he was Vice-president then President for twelve years (2000-2009). In 2004 and 2010, he received the Overseas Press Club of America's "Olivier Rebbot Award" respectively for Red-Color News Soldier, co-authored with Chinese photographer Li Zhensheng, and 44 Days - Iran and the Remaking of the World, co-authored with Burnett and Jacques Menasche. He commutes between New York, Paris, and Beijing.

Thomas D. Mangelsen

Thomas D. Mangelsen A Nebraska native, Thomas D. Mangelsen is recognized as one of the world's premier nature photographers. Mangelsen's love of nature, his life in the outdoors and business success were heavily influenced by his father. An avid sportsman, Harold Mangelsen took his sons to favorite blinds along the Platte River in Nebraska to observe the huge flocks of ducks, geese and cranes that migrate through the area. From these outings Mangelsen learned important lessons for photographing in the field, including patience, waiting for the right moment and understanding animal behavior.
In the early 1970's, Tom and his brother David began selling limited edition prints of his images, and opened the first Images of Nature® gallery in 1978 in Jackson, Wyoming.
Tom's honors include his image Polar Dance being selected by the International League of Conservation Photographers in 2010 as one of the 40 Most Important Nature Photographs of All time. He was chosen in 2006 as one of Jane Goodall's "Heroes of the Animal Planet" and profiled in the television series of the same name. Also in 2006, he was presented with an honorary doctorate from Doane College. Additional accolades were being named one of the "100 Most Important People in Photography" in 2005 by American Photo magazine and also honored with Nikon's "Legend behind the Lens" recognition. He received an Honorary Fellowship from The Royal Photographic Society in 2002 and was named "Outstanding Nature Photographer of the Year" by the North American Nature Photographer Association's in 2000. In 1994, Mangelsen received the prestigious British Broadcasting Corporation's "Wildlife Photographer of the Year" Award. Mangelsen is co-founder of the Cougar Fund, a founding Fellow of The International League of Conservation Photographers, on the international advisory council for the Jane Goodall Institute and a board ambassador for the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance. Tom's published fine art books include, Images of Nature: The Photography of Thomas D. Mangelsen, Polar Dance: Born of the North Wind, and Spirit of the Rockies: The Mountain Lions of Jackson Hole, the first and only portrayal of cougars in the wild. In May 2008, Tom's fourth fine art book, The Natural World, based exclusively on his work in the panoramic format, was awarded the Benjamin Franklin Award for best coffee table/large format book by the PMA, the Independent Book Publishers Association.
Mangelsen's work has been published in National Geographic, Life, Audubon, National Wildlife, Smithsonian, Natural History, Newsweek, Wildlife Art, American Photo and many other publications as well as featured on television programs from The Today Show and Good Morning America, to CNN's World News and ABC's World News Tonight with Peter Jennings.

Sarah Greenough

Sarah Greenough Education: Doctor of Philosophy, 1984, University of New Mexico, Master of Arts, 1976, University of New Mexico, Bachelor of Arts, 1972, University of Pennsylvania
Employment: Senior Curator of Photographs, National Gallery of Art, 2007 to present; Curator and Head of the Department of Photographs, National Gallery of Art, 1998 to 2006; Curator of Photographs, Department of Photographs, National Gallery of Art, 1990 - 1998
Selected Publications: My Faraway One: Selected Letters of Georgia O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz, Volume One, 1915 - 1933, Yale University Press, 2011; Beat Memories: The Photographs of Allen Ginsberg, Sarah Greenough, National Gallery of Art and Prestel, 2010; Looking In: Robert Frank's "The Americans" Sarah Greenough, with Stuart Alexander, Philip Brookman, Martin Gasser, et al, National Gallery of Art and Steidl, 2008
Awards and Fellowships: Best Photography Book of the Year 2010, International Center for Photography, for Looking In: Robert Frank's "The Americans"; Lucie Award for Outstanding Curator of the Year 2009; Best Monographic Show Nationally, Second Place, International Association of Art Critics, for Looking In: Robert Frank's "The Americans"; Outstanding Museum Catalogue of the Year, 2009, Association of Art Museum Curators' award for Looking In: Robert Frank's "The Americans." Selected Talks: "Re-Writing History: Alfred Stieglitz's Early European Albums, 1886 - 1895," Histoire de l'art du XIX siecle, 1848 - 1914, bilans et perspectives, Musée d'Orsay and École du Louvre, September 2007; "The Kiss that is My Life: The Correspondence of Alfred Stieglitz and Georgia O'Keeffe," New Perspectives in American Modernism, University of Pennsylvania, March 2007; "Mystery, Melancholy, and Nostalgia: André Kertész's Photographs of Paris, 1926 - 1946," The William H. Homer Memorial Lecture, The University of Delaware , March 2006

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