Based in New York City, Jack Reznicki a well-known and respected commercial photographer known for his creative problem solving for companies such as Toys “R” Us, Tylenol, AstraZeneca, The Wall Street Journal, Hyatt, Kodak, Sony, Crest, AT&T, Playtex, and several Time Magazine covers.
A popular teacher and lecturer, Jack is the author of several books on commercial photography including “Photographer’s Survival Guide”, which deals with copyright and legal issues for photographers. Jack teaches a graduate level course at the School of Visual Arts in New York City on the business of photography and has served as an expert witness in Federal Court.
Telling meaningful stories starts with understanding the language you’re using. Amina Moreau is a visual linguist, who dedicates herself to the pursuit of the deeper significance of the choices we make as visual storytellers. Amina is the cofounder of the Emmy® Award-winning Stillmotion team, which quickly climbed the ranks to become one the best independent film productions houses in the country. Some of their most notable clients include Apple, NFL, Callaway, CBS and more.
An award-winning photographer in her own right, Amina’s work with Stillmotion gave her the opportunity to add filmmaking skills to her artistic repertoire, making her one of the most versatile of a new generation of image-makers.
Jim DiVitale has been an Atlanta commercial advertising photographer and photography instructor for over 25 years. During the last thirteen years, Jim has specialized in digital photography and computer photo illustration for ad agencies, design firms, and corporations nationwide.
His award winning digital photography has been featured in, among others, "Graphis Photo," "Print," "Archive Magazine," 'Create Magazine' "Creativity," 'Rangefinder' 'Professional Photographer' "Photo Electronic Imaging," "Digital Output Magazine," 'Digital Imaging' and "Photo District News." Jim has lectured before audiences at Photoshopworld, Seybold, Photo Plus Expo, MAC Design, Photo Fusion, Imaging USA, ASMP, HOW Design, WPPI, and World Council of Professional Photographers.