The AP31 and AI34 juries will meet in New York City to select this year's winning images.

American Illustration 34 Jury

Lindsay Ballant, former Creative Director, Foreign Policy
Lindsay Ballant was most recently the creative director of Foreign Policy (FP), where she oversaw a complete overhaul of the title’s print and web entities. Previous to this, she earned a fellowship working in civic technology at San Francisco-based Code for America. For 12 years she resided in New York City working at The New York Times Magazine, Print Magazine, and as design director of Newsweek, where she led the creative team for the last print issue of the magazine in 2012. At Print magazine she was part of an editorial team awarded back-to-back National Magazine Awards for General Excellence. In 2009, she was a recipient of the Art Director's Club “Young Guns” award, and was adjunct professor at her alma mater, the School of Visual Arts leading a senior-year portfolio thesis. Her work has received awards from the Society of Publication Designers, AIGA, Communication Arts, I.D. magazine, Print magazine, and the Type Directors Club.
Linday Ballant  Twitter

Sarah Garcea, Art Director, Inc. Magazine
In the publication business since 1998, Sarah Garcea has worked at magazines such as Life, Worth, W, NY Magazine, SEED, Field&Stream, Men's Fitness, and is currently the Art Director at Inc. Magazine. She has won numerous SPD, American Illustration, Society of Illustrators and ASME awards. Inc. is currently nominated for 2 ASME awards this year. When she's not busy art directing you can find her dancing and teaching Zumba. 

Walter Green, Art Director, Lucky Peach
Walter Green is a publication designer from San Francisco, California. He's the art director of Lucky Peach magazine, a quarterly journal of food and writing, a job he's held since the first issue in 2011. As a designer/art director, he's worked with with McSweeney's, AirBnb, The New York Times Magazine, Beck, and many others. As an illustrator, his clients include New York Times, New York Magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek, and the Atlantic. In 2013, he was named one of Print Magazine's New Visual Artists.
Lucky Peach  Twitter  Tumblr

Anne Ishii, Owner, MASSIVE GOODS
Anne Ishii is a writer-producer based in New York City and the owner of MASSIVE GOODS: gay manga, art and inspired paraphernalia. Specializing in all things related to comics, literature, design and architecture, she contributes to publications such as Slate, NPR, and The Comics Journal and has translated over 20 books from Japanese to English.

Wyatt Mitchell, Creative Director, The New Yorker
Wyatt Mitchell is the creative director at The New Yorker, overseeing the magazines recent redesign. He was previously design director, Editorial Development Group, Conde Nast Publications; design director, Wired Magazine; art director, O, The Oprah Winfrey Magazine; art director Vibe Magazine; production director at Esquire, Vibe and Details magazines.
SPD  ItsNiceThat

Oliver Munday, Graphic Designer, Knopf/Pantheon Books
Oliver Munday is a graphic designer living and working in New York City. His work has been recognized by many of the major design publications including Communication Arts, TDC, STEP magazine's 25 freshest minds in design, Young Guns 7, AIGA 50/50 and in 2010 he was named one of PRINT magazine's “20 under 30,” in the new visual artists review. He is currently a Designer at Alfred A. Knopf and Art Director at Pantheon. 

Eric Skillman, Graphic Designer, Criterion Collection
Eric Skillman is a Brooklyn-based graphic designer and art director, best known for his work with the Criterion Collection, where he has been firmly ensconced since 2002.
Eric Skillman  Criterion Collection

American Photography 31 Jury

Jacqueline Bates, Photography Director, California Sunday Magazine
Jacqueline Bates is the photography director at The California Sunday Magazine. Previously, she was senior photo editor of W Magazine and worked in the photo departments of ELLE, Interview, and Wired. Bates holds an MFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts, and her work has been exhibited internationally. California Sunday Magazine Jacqueline Bates Photography 

Clinton Cargill, Director of Photography, Bloomberg Businessweek

Clinton Cargill was recently named the new director of photography for Bloomberg Businessweek. Cargill was most recently a photo editor at The New York Times Magazine, a role he held since 2006. He had been with the Times since 2004. Bloomberg Businessweek Clinton Cargill

Marvin Orellana, Photo Editor, New York Magazine
Marvin Orellana is a photo editor at New York Magazine. Previously, worked in the photo departments of The New York Times Magazine, Marie Claire, and More Magazine. Orellana holds a BFA in photography from The Rochester Institute of Technology. New York Magazine Instagram

Jennifer Pastore, Photography Director, WSJ. Magazine
Jennifer Pastore is the photography director of WSJ. Magazine. Previously, she was the contributing photography director of Harper’s Bazaar, the photography director of Teen Vogue and the associate photography editor of T Magazine. Jennifer teaches in the BFA photography program at The School of Visual Arts. Jennifer holds a BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Florida. WSJ. Magazine Instagram

Amy Pereira, Director of Photography, MSNBC

Amy Pereira is an award-winning photo editor focusing on photojournalism, reportage, social documentary and long-form visual storytelling. She is the Director of Photography at
MSNBC Facebook

AI-AP Committee 
Kathy Ryan, The New York Times Magazine, Chair Emeritus
Fred Woodward
, GQ, Chair Emeritus
Mark Heflin
, Director