The Jury / photography

The entries for the ADC 93rd Annual Awards will be chaired and juried by talented and inspiring leaders in design, illustration, advertising, interactive, photography and motion. These six top industry talents will be responsible for upholding the standard of the Art Directors Club’s ongoing commitment to award work that meets the highest standards of art and craft in today’s visual communications industries.

Photography

Brandon Kavulla

Creative Director

Fortune

photography Jury Member

Brandon Kavulla

Creative Director

Fortune

Brandon has worked in the magazine business for thirteen years, spanning seven titles.

Prior to joining Fortune, Brandon led as Creative Director for nine years at Wired, Men’s Health and Best Life magazines. He was also an art director at Details, Spin and Vibe magazines. Brandon’s titles and work have won numerous awards including three National Magazine Awards as well as thirteen Gold and eleven Silver medals from the Society of Publication Designers. His art direction and design have also appeared in Print Magazine, American Photography, American Illustration, Photo District News, The Society of Illustrators, ADC,  Graphis, How Magazine, American Photo Magazine and The Type Director’s Club. Brandon was also selected as the lead in PDN’s annual Players issue; highlighting innovators in photography.

He has served on the Board at the Society of Publication Designers and is a frequent judge for SPD and ASME.

He lives in Sleepy Hollow, NY with his wife and three children.

Photography

Chris Dougherty

Director of Photography

People Magazine

photography Jury Member

Chris Dougherty

Director of Photography

People Magazine

Chris Dougherty is currently Director of Photography at People. Previously, he held similar positions at Premiere, New York and Best Life magazines.

Photography

Vicky Lavergne

Senior Photo Producer

HBO

photography Jury Member

Vicky Lavergne

Senior Photo Producer

HBO

Vicky’s career as a Photo Editor + Producer has spanned the course of nearly seventeen years working in magazines and entertainment.

In 1997, she began at Elle as the Associate Photo Editor and went on to work for Details in 1999 before joining Sports Illustrated Women as the founding
photography editor. While at SIWomen, she produced the very first Men’s Swimsuit Issue featuring Professional and Olympic Athletes.

Vicky joined HBO in 2006 as Sports Photo Editor and is currently a Photo Editor/Producer of HBO Original Programming, HBO Films and HBO.com.

Throughout her career, she has been devoted to cultivating relationships with experienced photographers who represent a multitude of genres.

Whether boosting morale in frigid temperatures on a ship yard in Belfast, building set pieces for a fashion spread in Baja, or grabbing a bottle of glycerin water to spray down Manny Pacquiao, her hands on approach helps get the very best out of both the photographer and the talent.

Vicky is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and studied Photography and History.

Photography

Sheri Radel Rosenberg

Producer, Writer

Maven

photography Jury Member

Sheri Radel Rosenberg

Producer, Writer

Maven

Sheri Rosenberg is a freelance art producer at agencies including, JWT, Anomaly, Google Creative Labs, Goodness Mfg., Ogilvy & Mather, and Co Collective.

 

When CP+B came calling in 2004, she moved to Miami where she was an art buyer for accounts including, Burger King, VW, Molson, Miller, Truth, Nike, and the Gap. Rosenberg rose to an executive art buyer during her seven-year stint there.

 

She recently went back to freelance life after a stint as Head of Art Buying at Deutsch New York (where she worked on Microsoft, MILK, Unilever and produced a menswear pop up shop for the TNT network) to focus on her passion for writing and entrepreneurial endeavors while continuing to produce projects with all of her pals she has met along the way.

 

She enjoys discovering new talent, writing and blogging on fashion and

life at www.sherimaven.posthaven.com and regularly contributes to

blogs on photography, creativity, and pop culture. She lives in

Brooklyn with her husband and fur baby, a 10 pound terrier mix called

Khan.