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international photography annual 1 exhibition-in-print
online resource

136 page full-color, 101 ill., 9" x 10"

Hardcover Casebound (symth sewn binding, premium laminated full-color printed cover; full color dust jacket.)
ISBN 978-0-9837302-6-2


about the INPHA 1

Bronze Medal Winner of the 2013 IPPY Book Awards
(Photography category) by the Independent Publisher Association

For this first International Photography Annual Manifest received 1020 submissions from 340 artists in 39 states and 26 countries. The publication includes 83 works by 55 artists from 17 states and 10 countries including Argentina, China, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Scotland, and the United States. An essay by Robert Spahr, assistant professor at the University of Southern Illinois is also included.

Thirteen professional and academic advisors qualified in the fields of art, design, photography, new media, criticism, and art history juried the first International Photography Annual. The process of selection was by anonymous blind jury, with each jury member assigning a quality rating for artistic merit to each work submitted. The entries receiving the highest average combined score are included in this publication.

This Online Supplemental Resource provides biographical info, artist statements, and details of sample works for each artist included in the publication.



Jocelyn Allen
London, England

Lars Anderson
Cincinnati, Ohio

Chris Arrecis
Peoria, Illinois

Massimo Barberio
Acquaviva Delle Fonti, Italy

Scott Barnes
Norwood, New Jersey

Jesse Morgan Barnett
Irving, Texas

Franck Bohbot
Paris, France

Susan Bryant
Clarksville, Tennessee

Seder Burns
Allen Park, Michigan

Alison Carey
Chicago, Illinois

Bryan Christie
New York, New York

Van Chu
Salt Lake City, Utah

Lauren Coggins-Tuttle
Raleigh, North Carolina

Alison Crouse
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

James Curran
Littleton, Massachusetts

Victor Currie
Newport Beach, California

Alicja Dobrucka
London, England

Craig Dow
Dundee, Scotland

Meghan Duda
Fargo, North Dakota


Mitch Eckert
Louisville, Kentucky

Tracy Featherstone
Hamilton, Ohio

Laura Fisher
Cincinnati, Ohio

James Fossett
Bloomington, New York

Skye Gilkerson
Baltimore, Maryland

Richard Gilles
Cottonwood, California

Jodie Goodnough
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts

Noelle Gray
Keswick, Virgina

Dominic Hawgood
London, England

Natasha Holmes
Idyllwild, California

Stephen King
Liverpool, England

Paula Willmot Kraus
Dayton, Ohio

Kent Krugh
Fairfield, Ohio

Kevin Kunstadt
Brooklyn, New York

Suta Lee
Clarksville, Tennessee

Echo Lew
Diamond Bar, California

Miao Liu
Omaha, Nebraska

Tracy Longley-Cook
Dayton, Ohio

Jenee Mateer
Baltimore, Maryland


Fred Moeves
Alexandria, Kentucky

Emily Hanako Momohara
Cincinnati, Ohio

Yongning Qian
Shanghai, China

Erin Quinn
Dublin, Ireland

Monica Rezman
Chicago, Illinois

Michael H. Rohde
Berlin, Germany

Julia Romano
Córdoba, Argentina

Francis Schanberger
Dayton, Ohio

Brad  Smith
Cincinnati, Ohio

Alexander Solomon
Royal Oak, Michigan

Grischa Stanjek
Berlin, Germany

Dominik Tarabanski
Cracow, Poland

Walt Thomas
Gray, Tennessee

Samantha Vandeman
Villa Park, Illinois

Emma  Williams
Kettering, Ohio

Christopher  Woodcock
Sonoma, California

Matthew  Zory
Wyoming, Ohio




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