Aldo Pacheco nasceu no Peru em 1968. Estudou Engenheranhia Eletrónica e especializou-se em telecomunicações sem fio. Reside no Canadá desde 2006. Pacheco sempre se quis expressar artisticamente e, além de ser um Iphoneographer, é um joalheiro profissional, um escritor entusiástico, um músico e ceramista. Em 2010 passou a co-fundador do e participou, enquanto curador, em três grupos fotografia mbile experimentar. Membro do pré-júri do NEM FIPA e júri do NEM IHUH. Já participou em diferentes concursos internacionais onde adquiriu diversas menções honrosas, como MPA, FIPA, IHUH, MIRA Mobile Prize, etc. Pacheco já expôs no Porto, Paris, Los Angeles e Florença.
Andrea Bigiarini lives in Florence, Italy, where he was born in 1956. Fascinated since boyhood by painting, graphic design, music and photography, in 2012 Andrea founded The New Era Museum, the first museum devoted to mobile photography as a tool for the improvement of reality and the building of a new era. He’s also the founder and the President of FIPA - Florence International Photography Awards. His last project is Impossible HumansHe’s the curator of various photo-gallery such as Impossible Humans and The Most Wanted Visionaries Catalog.
Cadu Lemos is a visual artist and photographer, standing out in photography with mobile devices. He founded mObgraphia Cultura Visual, a producer of photography and video events in 2013, and later, the Latin American Festival of Mobgrafia and the mOb Film Festival, both related to photography and videos captured and edited on mobile devices, called Mobography in Brazil. The photographer has published two photography books, one dedicated to Paris and the other to mobile photography. He also uses photography as a means of integration in his work as a consultant of high performance teams and producer of cultural events.
Gina Costa is a curator and teacher of art history. She has worked for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; for the Art Institute of Chicago and for the Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester NY, and also taught Art History at multiple universities. As a photographer, what attracts her to smartphones is the spontaneity, the instantaneity and the democratization that they enable.
Joanne Carter is the founder and editorial director of The App Whisperer, uma plataforma dedicada à fotografia mobile. É fotógrafa profissional e membro da British Industry of Professional Photographers (BIPP) and journalist specialized in technology. Contributes to national and international publications including DPreview.com, The Times, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, Professional Photographer, NikonPro, entre outras. Joanne Carter foi júri nas últimas duas edições do Mobile Photo Awards.
José Miguel is a new media designer and professional based in Lisbon, and publisher of the photography magazine Eyesight. He is followed by more than 50,000 people on the Instagram. In 2016 was included on the Prize of Creativity shortlist by the Festival of Cannes and Instagram, where he exhibited. He has recently given workshops and lectures on mobile photography, editing and social networking.
Lee Atwell is passionate about art, science and the magic of photography since childhood. She has already received numerous international awards for mobile photography and has been published on different platforms. Her photographs were exhibited in different cities on the United States, Canada, Italy, Belgium, Hungary and Italy.
Michael Jones is a photographer based in Berlin but originally from the UK. He leads the . EyeEm who oversees the blog and social media. Prior to this, for several years, the photographer was also responsible for the content eBay. He is constantly on the lookout for new talent to promote and helping photographers to take their art further, via getting their work shown at exhibitions or selling via EyeEm Market.