Frédéric Deschênes is a Canadian Canadian photographer and reporter-cameraman-editor with 20 years of experience. Works for CBC / Société Radio-Canada, Canadian National Television. He participated in several international exhibitions in Canada, France, Italy, Spain, Hungary, Ireland, England and the USA. He won several awards, including the IMPOSSIBLE HUMANS Award from The New Era Museum for the exhibition MAJE - Mobile Art-Jazz Experience in Italy, 2018. His versatility and passion for photography and especially for mobile photography, lead him to continue discovering new horizons.
Carla Fragata graduated in Social Communication from ISCP. After Words, Photography. She took the course at Ar.co. Then Graphic and Web Design. She did theater and won a national theater script competition. She was a journalist in national and international media; photographer; writing coordinator. She has been a professor of professional and university education: dramatic expression, photography, creative writing and film. She has exhibited and curated: Mafra National Palace, Casa da Imprensa, Coruchéus Library, Instituto Camões (Edinburgh). She was part of the National Commission for the conversion of the training contents of the Professional Photography Course into Certified Training Units. She is a teacher of Professional and Adult Education and is Pedagogical Coordinator at the Portuguese Institute of Photography in Lisbon. She continues to develop works in the field of Portrait and Creative Photography.
Armineh was born in Paris, grew up in Tehran and Boston, with a little more than 2 years of stay in Lisbon. She is a photographer now based in Los Angeles, capturing moments since 2009. She is one of the first drivers of the iphoneography movement. Your choice is your iPhone 7 Plus and Sony ILCE-6000 cameras. For now, photography is a hobby. His work has been recognized: one of his works was considered the best in the curated exhibition - Forced Captivity organized by the New Era Museum (2017), the best mobile photography of the year by the Lumiere Photography Awards 2016; she is curator of two groups on facebook at the New Era Museum (NEM Hipstamatic and NEM Street); awarded in the 7th Edition of the contest Julia Margaret Cameron (2015) competition directed to female photographers (considered one of the 15 best photographers).