Each year, Photolucida puts together a diverse and talented team of 200 jurors for Critical Mass. It’s a fantastic group of museum curators, gallerists, publishers, editors, festival directors, and media producers – important voices in the photography world today. There are a lot of new faces on the Critical Mass roster this year, so we thought we’d take a moment to make some introductions!
And – check out the growing list of 200 jurors, and read some of the success stories from previous years!
Jane Yeomans – Photo Editor, Bloomberg Businessweek
Says Jane: “Instagram is one of the many photo tools I use when both assigning and sourcing photos on a daily basis. I often look at Instagram to see where photographers are in the world, as most weeks I am looking to assign a story worldwide. In addition, I look at Instagram for existing photos to license. I also use it to build my rolodex/find new photographers.”
Gregory Harris – Associate Curator, High Museum of Art
Chloe Coleman – Photo Editor, The Washington Post
Chloe Coleman is an award-winning photo editor at The Washington Post, currently working at the international news desk. She is a contributing writer and editor on the Post’s Insight photo blog, where she has written about and featured contemporary photography, reviews of photo books, and exhibitions.
Chloe’s career as a photo editor began at NPR, followed by her first staff position as a digital photo editor at The Denver Post. She attended the Columbus College of Art and Design and is a graduate of the Photojournalism Program at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Chloe serves on the faculty at The Kalish Visual Editing Workshop and was awarded NPAA’s Best of Photojournalism for photo editing in 2017.
Andy Burgess – Publisher, Dark Spring Press
Douglas McCulloh – Senior Curator, California Museum of Photography
Douglas McCulloh is senior curator at UCR/California Museum of Photography. Exhibitions curated by McCulloh have shown in a range of venues: Kennedy Center for the Arts, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Centro de la Imagen, Flacon Art Center, Center for Visual Art, Manuel Álvarez Bravo Center, Sejong Center, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, and, of course, UCR/California Museum of Photography.