TOKYO PHOTO AWARDS

14 / 12 / 2016
TOKYO PHOTO AWARDS

Michal Josephy was awarded in the Tokyo International Photography Awards Competition. International Photography Awards (IPA) has announced the winners of 2016 competition. Michal Josephy was awarded for the winning entry (Moonshower and Razorblades“, Bronze, Conflict – Editorial) in professional category and other 3* Honorable Mentions in People – Culture, People – Portrait, Fine – Art, Nudes.

ABOUT WINNER : Michal Josephy, Ph.D. Anthropologist and travel journalist. Prizes: 1 st Prize Prix de la Photographie Paris 2013. Bronze Award Prix de la Photographie Paris 2012, 2x Honorable Mentions, International Photo Awards 2011. Prix de la Photographie Paris official selection.

JURY:

Kathleen Clark

Photography Director, Editor, Independent Exhibitor

Kathleen Clark is a photography director, editor and an independent exhibitor known for her former gallery Spot Photo Works and Clark|Oshin Gallery in Los Angeles. She was the longtime Photo Director of Los Angeles Magazine and LA Weekly. She has reviewed portfolios at Photolucida in Portland, Oregon; Review Santa Fe, New Mexico, Review Los Angeles, Foto Fest – Meeting Place, Houston, Palm Springs Photo Festival, Art Center College of Design and for The Lucie Foundation. Prior to her editorial career, Kathleen Clark’s collaborative mixed media installation and performance work won fellowships from the Seattle, Oregon, and Metropolitan (Portland) Arts Commissions as well as the National Endowment for the Arts. That work and her photographic work were exhibited in a range of venues including Center on Contemporary Art (Seattle), Portland Center for the Visual Arts, Portland Art Museum, The Art Gym (Portland), The Eye Gallery (San Francisco), Southern Exposure (San Francisco), University of California at Irvine and Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions. She was an adjunct faculty member in photography at both Art Center College of Design and the University of Southern California. She also served as Artistic Director at The Woman’s Building (Los Angeles) and Publicist at The Northwest Film Center at The Portland Art Museum. Kathleen Clark has a Master of Fine Arts degree in studio art and photography.

Natasha Egan

Executive Director at Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago.
Since 2011, Natasha Egan has served as the executive director of the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago (MoCP), where she was previously the associate director and curator since 2000. She has organized over fifty exhibitions with a focus on contemporary Asian art and artists concerned with societal issues, such as the environment, war, and economics. Egan was a guest curator for the 2010 FotoFest Biennial in Houston, Texas and juried international exhibitions. Egan has contributed essays to numerous publications and periodicals and lectures international. For over a decade, she taught in the photography and humanities departments at Columbia College Chicago, and holds a BA in Asian studies, MA in museum studies, and MFA in fine art photography.

Beate Chelette PhotoBizCoach, Creative Business Coach one of 50 MUST FOLLOW Women Entrepreneurs in 2017HuffPo


 Beate Chelette is the PhotoBizCoach and dedicated to educating photography professionals about the business behind the art of photography. She is an accomplished executive with domestic and international experience in the creative industry. Chelette is an International speaker on photography topics, an expert witness and has authored several photographer training systems. During her career she worked with some of the world’s biggest names in photography such as Lord Snowdon, Helmut Newton, Tim Street Porter, George Hurrell and Gilles Bensimon and has a client list that includes such staples as Mercedes Benz, BMW, Mervyn’s, Levi’s, Wrangler, Glidden Paint, Coldwell Banker and many more.

She is a respected speaker, coach, and mentor and is known as a “gender decoder” and is also a certified Myers-Briggs practitioner. She is the author of the book, Happy Woman Happy World, which contains her trademarked system to help women achieve work/life balance – a book that corporate trainer and best-selling author Brian Tracy calls, “a handbook for every woman who wants health, success and a fulfilling career.” Through her online courses, one-on-one training and live speaking events, she teaches corporate clients about balanced leadership and advises smaller businesses and start-ups on growth strategies. Beate Chelette is a results-oriented woman leader with an entrepreneurial spirit and a proven track record in creating, launching and growing companies and brands. Focused on supporting and training organizations that promote women, she is the creator of The Women’s Code, her signature system that educates leaders and helps companies achieve gender equality and a “new leadership balance.” The Women’s Code creates and implements programs that improve organizational culture, foster productive work environments and help companies improve the bottom line. Once $135,000 in debt and a single mother, she successfully sold her image licensing syndication business to Bill Gates/Corbis in a multi-million dollar deal.

Prof. William Snyder Program Chairman, Photojournalism Rochester Institute of Technology School of Photographic Arts & Sciences

Sujong Song Co-Founder / Co-Director, Seoul Lunar Foto

Koji Orimoto Editor in Chief, Digital Camera Watch

Beate Chelette PhotoBizCoach, Creative Business Coach

Casey Kelbaugh Founder & Director, Slideluck
Dr. Akira Takaue Independent Curator, Ph.D., Architect P.E.
Timothy B. Anderson Publisher/managing editor: Red Dog Newsand Shadow & Light Magazine
Soichiro Shimizu Painter, Director, School of Visual Arts
Kathleen Clark Photography Director, Editor, Independent Exhibitor
Hossein Farmani Founder, Curator, The Lucie Awards, IPA
Alessandro Scali Artist & Creative, Researcher, Nanoart, OKKULT Motion Pictures
Susan Baraz Baraz Photo Consulting, Photography Consultant
Rohit Vohra Editor in Chief, APF
Patrick Brzeski Asia Bureau Chief, Hollywood Reporter, People Magazine
Sherrie Berger Photography Consultant, Curator, The Lucie Awards
Roy Flukinger Senior Research Curator, Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin
Lucy Bell Curator, Fine Art Gallery
Chris Davis Artdirector, Fabrik Magazine
Tatiana Kurtanova Director, FotoLoft
Susan Spiritus Director Susan Spiritus Gallery
Christophe Loviny Artistic Director, Yangon Photo Festival
Frank Meo Founder, The Photo Closer
Robert Berman Director, Berman Gallery

ABOUT IPA:

The 2016 International Photography Awards received nearly 15,000 submissions from 104 countries across the globe. IPA is a sister-effort of the Lucie Foundation, where the top three winners are announced at the annual Lucie Awards gala ceremony. The Foundation’s mission is to honor master photographers, to discover new and emerging talent and to promote the appreciation of photography. Since 2003, IPA has had the privilege and opportunity to acknowledge and recognize contemporary photographer’s accomplishments in this specialized and highly visible competition.

ABOUT TIFA:

TOKYO INTERNATIONAL FOTO AWARDS mission is to recognize, reward and expose talented photographers from around the world and introduce them to the creative community in Japan.








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