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Jury Team and Gallery Speaker

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Juror:  Greig Canna


Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Greig Cranna lived in Montreal, New England and Alaska before beginning his photography career in New York City in 1976. In a career spanning almost four decades, his clients have included the Council on Foreign Relations, The Japan Society, The International Typeface Corporation and countless publications, corporations, universities, foundations, and NGOs. Based out of Boston since 1982, his diverse clientele has had him shooting throughout Canada and the U.S., with forays into Argentina, Belize and Eastern Europe.

Juror:  Joseph Jurson


Born in Detroit in 1957, Joseph Jurson studied Graphic Design and Photography and graduated in 1979 cum laude from the University of Michigan School of Art. Since leaving school Joseph has made photography a constant and serious part of his life. 
Splitting his time between New York and Connecticut, he finds particular inspiration in the familiar and well trod backyard paths of his Madison, CT garden, the bustling streets and avenues of New York City, as well as the unique locations he diligently pursues in his travels back and forth across the country and when overseas. He is continuously working to develop his technique and intensify the images that constantly engage him.  His varied work experiences as a gardener, photographer’s assistant, art director, and film producer have been a continuing adjunct to the constant of nature photography. His work is represented in five fine art photo galleries in: California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York and Virginia: additionally, his work can be found in numerous public and private collections. 

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Juror & Gallery Speaker: Morgan Post


Morgan Post is an author, artist, and educator. Post is passionate about equity in art education and photographic materiality. Post authored the textbook Alternative Photographic Processes for the Contemporary Photography: A Beginner's Guide, published by Routledge and Focal Press in 2022. Much of his artwork involves environmental, social, and art activism. 

 Post teaches at Fairfield University, CT and conducts workshops and research at the Penumbra Foundation in New York City. He lectures and exhibits nationally and internationally. 

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