2017 Alameda on Camera Award Winners
How Alameda on Camera works
All “photo-based” artwork media and techniques are welcome.
An exhibit of work will be displayed at the Center.
For more information contact Taggart Gorman.
2017 AOC Photographers
2017 AOC Juror
Judith Walgren is a visual artist, photo editor, curator, writer and mentor based in San Francisco and is also the Editorial Director for the ViewFind, a digitally-based visual storytelling start-up. She oversees a team of photo editors, writers and designers that helps photographers invigorate their archival visual narratives and create powerful visual content for brands globally. Walgren received her MFA in Visual Art from the Vermont College of Fine Art in January 2016 where she began her exploration into the disruption of historic visual archives. From 2010 to 2015, she was the Director of Photography at the San Francisco Chronicle, where she managed a staff of visual content producers, photo editors and pre-press imagers for print and digital platforms. During her tenure at the Chronicle, her team won multiple Emmy Awards for their multimedia pieces and they earned Photo Editing Team of the Year from Best of Photojournalism. She has also worked for the Denver Post, The Rocky Mountain News and the Dallas Morning News. Walgren received a Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting with a team from the Morning New for their series dealing with violent human rights against women and was recently awarded a grant from the Art Matters Foundation to pursue an alternative curriculum on the California Mission system. She lives in San Francisco.
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