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Meet the Experts
Amy is a Brooklyn-based fine art photographer.
Amy trained at the International Center of Photography in New York City and worked there for ten years as a teacher assistant. She began her artistic career as a writer and painter, earning a BA in Literature and Studio Art and an MA in Literature.
David is a photography, video production, and music production specialist located in the New York area.
He has created content for VH1 and Discovery Networks and many other private companies, colleges and schools, and other organizations. He has also helped produce inspirational videos that have been seen by millions.
Jackson has taught at the International Center of Photography (in New York) and the School for the Photographic Arts: Ottawa.
He's worked in the photo and video industries for nearly 15 years, including his own small business, worked with corporations and publishers big and small, and was on the front lines for the transition from film to digital.
Jeffrey is a photographer and artist based in Oregon.
He holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from San José State University. His work has been included in numerous exhibitions across the USA and internationally in Russia. He has taught digital and film photography at SJSU and held workshops at Makeshift Society in San Francisco, California and Sitka Center for Art and Ecology in Oregon.
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