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25! Photography & Arts Association and Media Sponsors

Apogee Photo, The Internet’s Photo Magazine, is designed to entertain and inform active photographers of all ages, both amateur and professional, from around the world.
ArtBistro brings members of the visual art community together to network, advance careers, and to foster a community with exclusive benefits where information about artists and designers is provided by artists and designers. The online site provides unprecedented access to 2 million Artists and Designers: Art Directors, Illustrators, Photographers, Interior Designers and those considering Visual Art careers. In 2008, ArtBistro joined with Monster Worldwide (Nasdaq: MNST) to accelerate growth and to improve the career and educational opportunities for our members.
Blurb is a company and a community that believes passionately in the joy of books – reading them, making them, sharing them, and selling them. Blurb offers a creative publishing service simple and smart enough to make anyone an author – every blogger, cook, photographer, parent, traveler, poet, pet owner, marketer, everyone – even Lorenzo! In fact, all of Lorenzo’s books are proudly published via Blurb. Blurb is the winner of the 2008 Webby Award for Best Services Website.
Under the auspices of Paul Scott, St. Boniface’s College’s Photography Program in Plymouth, UK offers a rather impressive array of Photography & Film-Making courses to its students. The program offers an impressively intensive curriculum. The course began in 2007 as merely a trial for two students and now boasts 68 active students. The program uses Lorenzo’s book, 25 Lessons, as one of its text books.
Calumet Photographic is the top drawer in the photographer's toolbox. Whether you enjoy the slosh and spill of chemicals in the traditional darkroom or prefer the immediacy of the digital darkroom, Calumet has what you need from cameras and cables to studio lighting and computers. Photographers around the world have been depending on Calumet Photographic for nearly 70 years because they know where to go for the equipment they need and expert advice they can't get anywhere else. Our sales associates know the photo industry inside and out; we're here to answer questions and offer advice so you can make informed buying decisions. Whether you shoot traditional or digital, it's our commitment to help you get exactly what you need when you need it. Calumet has stores across the United States, in New York we are located at 22 W. 22nd Street, between 6th and 5th Avenues.
The Center for Fine Art Photography is a fast-growing, innovative, non-profit, 501(c)3 organization, based in Fort Collins, Colorado. The Center’s mission is to promote the art of photography and to support the creative growth of photographers through its exhibitions, educational programs, publications and by educating the public to the collectable value of photography.
Launched by former William Morris agent and former editor-in-chief of Creem and Prince’s New Power Generation magazines, Dusty Wright, and his partner, award-winning documentary film-maker, Richard Burns—CultureCatch.com is an audio and video podcasting site that aims to provide “provocative, insightful, entertaining and often-irreverent discussions and reviews about 21st century smart culture.” Culture Catch has released 60 shows in the last year and boasts 250,000 downloads per month. The company currently shoots 2 shows per week.
Founded in 2003, Daylight Magazine is the biannual printed publication of Daylight Community Arts Foundation (DCAF), a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the use of photography as a tool for effecting social change. By reimagining the documentary mode through collaboration with established and emerging artists, scholars and journalists, Daylight Magazine has become one of the premier showcases for contemporary photography and is a *2008 Lucie Award Media Sponsor.
En Foco is a non-profit organization that nurtures and supports contemporary fine art and documentary photographers of diverse cultures, primarily U.S. residents of Latino, African and Asian heritage, and Native Peoples of the Americas and the Pacific. For over 30 years, it has been in the forefront of documenting the artistic journeys created by artists often overlooked by the mainstream art world. Through our visual arts programs, including Nueva Luz photographic journal, artists are free to explore or reinvent cultural traditions, challenge preconceived notions, and engage audiences in a manner that honors all.
Farmhouse is an independent online arts magazine with a distinct literary bent. It published three Pushcart Prize nominees in 2007.
J. Pocker & Son has spent more than 80 years developing a superior reputation for good taste, product knowledge and customer service in picture framing and decorative prints. We are a 3rdgeneration, family-owned business. We strive to make relationships with our clients the focus of our business. Our clients include neighborhood loyalists, the best of the interior design world and the next generation of NY trendsetters. This makes J. Pocker & Son the perfect resource for “The city that never sleeps”. Thus, we are proud to provide five of the frames for an exhibit that captures the great spirit of New York City.
At MH Art & Frame Gallery we believe that good framing is about problem solving. With that in mind, we use our knowledge and expertise to create a frame design that best suits the image and is in balance with the needs of our clients and their decor. However, good framing goes beyond good design. We are proud to be providing the exclusive matting for this four-year retrospective of Lorenzo’s work.
Founded in 1946, The National Press Photographers Association is the premier organization in the United States representing the photojournalism industry with over 10,000 members. Membership in NPPA is open to professional news photographers and all others whose occupation has a direct professional relationship with photojournalism.
The first issue of National Press Photographer was published in Boston, Mass. in April 1946, and has been a staple of professional press photographers around the world ever since. Now known as News Photographer Magazine, the publication has over 8,000 subscribers. For more information go to
Hosted each week by Bill Hector Weye and Sandra Pipczynski, Photo Share Podcast programs discuss the news, reviews, tips and tricks in the world of online photo sharing. Podcasts 23 and 24 feature parts I and II of an interview with photographer Lorenzo!
At Popular Printing we combine the convenience and cost savings of online technology with the personalized service of a local commercial printer. Specializing in quality full-color printing for less! We have the equipment resources and experience to handle many types of print formats in small or large quantity, standard specs or custom and on different paper stocks, plastics and vinyl. We assure that your printed pieces reproduce exactly as you expect them to.
Fusing the worlds of art, photography, design, fashion, pop culture, advertising, music, dance, and film, powerHouse Magazine showcases artists and writers who share our collective vision about culture and its place in our world. Published biannually the magazine features never-before-published art and texts, as well as highlights from world-renowned and critically acclaimed publisher powerHouse Books’ landmark monographs and the archives of exhibiting artists. The magazine is a *2008 Lucie Award Media Sponsor.
Since May 2004, RainTiger.com has been a staple in the artist community offering a visual and literary arts online platform that is dedicated to promoting artistic expression. It is a home to poets, visual artists, writers, storytellers, and a “Commune for all Creative Spirits®.” Each month RainTiger features a “Spotlight Artist” in each of its respective major arts sections including The Poetry Café, The Art Studio & Museum and The Story Hall.
Resource Magazine is a quarterly publication dedicated to the sub-culture of the photo production industry. It explores all facets of the business, from the mundane to the illustrious. Our readers are composed of the most influential people in the business; they are trendsetters and early adopters, always on the look out for the next big thing. 20,000 copies distributed to over 100 studios, labs, equipment and prop rental locations. The magazine is a *2008 Lucie Award Media Sponsor.
thoughtsonphotography.com with Paul Giguere is photography podcast that “explores what it means to live a photographic life.” with more than 25,000 listeners worldwide. Along with well-known works by Robert Adams, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Roland Barthes, and Susan Sontag, Paul cites 25 Lessons as one of the 15 most important essays about the photographic life in podcast #24.
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*The Lucie Awards are considered the Oscars of the Photography industry and each year salutes the achievements of the world’s finest photographers, as well as recognizes new and emerging talent, while promoting the appreciation of photography overall. The 6th Annual Gala Awards ceremony will be held on October 20 this year in New York City at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center. For more information go to .