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.
Bob Weil was selected iPhone Photographer of the Year 2013 IPPA iPhone Photographer of the Year and his work has been awarded and exhibited internationally. He has juried several iPhoneography shows and exhibitions, including AX3 and the MPAs. Bob co-wrote The Art of iPhone Photography: Creating Great Photos and Art on Your iPhone with Nicki Fitz-Gerald. Information about his new online video course may be found at www.iPhonePhotoArtist.com..He also co-work with Nicki Fitz-Gerald on the website iPhoneographyCentral.com, which is an iPhoneography resource site.
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.
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.
Co-Founder/Artistic Director of FORMAT International Photography Festival since 2014. Artistic Director of QUAD centre for contemporary art, filmsince 2001. Curator at Habitat Centre/Haus Khas, Deli 2012; Dong Gang Photography Festival, South Korea, 2013; Dali Photography Festival China 2013; Photo Quai, Paris 2015; Hamburg Phototriennale container 2015; Venice Biennale EM15, 2015. Co-editor of - Hijacked III UK/AUS; PHOTOCINEMA; Hungry Still; Editor at Large 1000 words. Internacional juror, speaker, portfolio reviewer. Curator since 1998.
Meri Aaron Walker (iPhoneArtGirl) has taughted art photography and photojournalism for over four decades. She has received over 50 awards and grants in the US and Europe and her work is included in numerous private and public collections. For the last five years, Walker has worked solely with mobile technologies and with programs which allows to adapt traditional photography to the new tools of mobile devices. The photographer has two websites and she is a member of New Era Museum She also served as a juror for the Florence International Photography Awards. in 2015, and she was the sole juror of the Cell Phone IV Show for the Texas Photographic Society.
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.
Patrícia Vieira Campos was born and lives in Porto. Her degree is in Social media.She worked at Públicoand collaborated with the newspapers Semanário, Diário Manhã Popularmagazines Pública, Factos, Bebé d ' Hoje and Viva + (Jornal de Notícias). Since 1998 she has been working in Communication as a press officer. She managed the first edition of the Festival FALADURA (Spoken Words) and some of the Alfândega Films productions. Besides that, she also adviced a full-length movie called Um Rio by Marginal Filmes. Patrícia Vieira Campos is a movie producer at Filmes Liberdade and works in a daily basis at the city council of Porto. Also, she has been developing projects with photography and painting (pat).