GUEST PORTFOLIO REVIEWERS
Alice Gabriner is a visual editor with 30 years of experience primarily covering national and international news at TIME, National Geographic, U.S. News & World Report, and The New York Times.
Gail Fletcher is a photo editor and producer at The Guardian. Formerly, she worked as Associate Photo Editor and Producer at National Geographic. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and Government with a concentration in Media Studies from Cornell University.
Michael Bucher is a deputy director of photography at The Wall Street Journal. His interests are in visual storytelling, creative production and collecting photo books.
Sarah Filippi is the former Senior Executive Director, Photo & Design at Refinery29. She is currently Vicepresident, Brand Studio at Vice Media.
VERONICA SANCHIS BENCOMO
Veronica Sanchis Bencomo is a Spanish-Venezuelan photographer. In 2015, she founded Foto Féminas, an online platform to promote the works of Latin American and Caribbean women photographers.
Dustin Drankoski is the Creative Director at Mashable, leading a brilliant team of artists in building new ways of telling visual stories. He has previously worked in The Wall Street Journal, Vocativ, Te Ilum Theatre + Arts, Bicycle Film Festival, Popdust, Hearst, and Conde Nast.
Josh Raab is the Former Director of Social Media and Digital Platforms at National Geographic.
Especially interested in reviewing: video, AR, and other emerging tech, as well as photography.
Nelson Bakerman has been recognized as one of New York’s most versatile photographers, working in both photography and filmmaking.
Sarah Stacke is a photojournalist and archive investigator based in New York. She is co-founder of The 400 Years Project, a photography collective looking at the evolution of Native American identity, rights, and representation.
Estefania Mitre is a Social Media Producer/Editor for NPR who works with visual elements to amplify stories across platforms. As a journalist, Estefania topics including Latinx issues, social justice, gender and identity.
Especially interested in reviewing: Editorial, Portraits, Photo Essays and overall projects related to identity, gender, and social justice, Latinx-Latino America and LGBTQiA+ communities.
Natan Dvir is an educator and conceptual documentary photographer who focuses on the human aspects of cultural, social, and political issues. He received his MBA from Tel Aviv University and his MFA in Photography from the School of Visual Arts (NY).
Rachel King is a wedding and lifestyle film photographer, owner of Rachel V King Photography. She has a BFA and a One Year Certificate from ICP (2015). With her background in documentary work and her fine art film work, she brings an elevated level of story-telling and editorial imagery to her clients.
Especially interested in reviewing: wedding, portraiture, commercial, and personal long term documentary projects dealing with women and long-term stories.