American Illustration 39 Jury

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Milan Bozic, Senior Art Director, HarperCollinsPublishers

Milan Bozic covers books with graphic design. More TK.

Maëlle Doliveux, Creative Director & Designer, Beehive Books

Maëlle Doliveux is the co-founder, along with editor Josh O'Neill, of Beehive Books. Beehive Books is a small press imprint committed to producing book art editions of distinctive literary and pictorial works with singular design sensibilities, the highest production values, and a special emphasis on comics and graphic art. She is the company's creative director and in-house designer. She has received recognition for her design work from Communication Arts and the Art Director's Club, and her illustration and comics work has also been recognized by American Illustration, the Society of Illustrators, the Art Director's Club, 3x3 and others. Maëlle is French and Swiss, but currently resides in New York City where she is a part-time faculty member at Parsons School of Design. In her dwindling spare time she enjoys windsurfing, rocket science, and making up fake hobbies for herself in biographies. 

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Christine Foltzer, Associate Art Director, Tor

Christine Foltzer is the Associate Art Director for Publishing, a division of Tor Books, living her nerdy sci-fi dreams. She has overseen the development of Publishing's covers and marketing since the launch of the imprint five years ago. She has been a guest lecturer at the University of the Arts, Visual Arts Passage, SmArt School, and Montclair State University. As well as performing portfolio reviews at Pratt Institute Portfolio Review Night at the Society of Illustrators and Illuxcon. She has been a panelist and attending professional at Dragoncon and a guest on One Fantastic Week's Critcast. In 2018 she was a Chesley Award finalist for Best Art Director. After graduating from Pratt Institute with a BFA in Illustration she has worked in the publishing industry for the past 14 years at St. Martin’s Press, Oxford University Press, and Grand Central Publishing.



Emily Glaubinger, Senior Designer, Anthropologie Home

Emily Glaubinger began her career creating gig posters for bands in the late 90's and screen printing them in her bathtub. She has illustrated album covers, designed bicycles, collaborated with woodworkers, clothing designers, and weavers. Emily's preferred medium is watercolor, and her work has ranged from 4” tiny paintings to multiple story public murals. With a BFA in printmaking and bookmaking from Mason Gross at Rutgers University, she pulls from her own personal experience to design a wide range of home goods. As a Senior Designer at Anthropologie, her playful paintings have decorated chairs, pillows, blankets and ceramics.  Emily's work consistently reflects her obsession with color, texture, surface design, plant life and whimsy. She currently lives outside of center city Philadelphia in a historic 19th century home with her husband and their 3 cats.



Rodrigo  Honeywell, Art Director, The New York Times

Rodrigo Honeywell is the art director of the Travel section at The New York Times. He’s worked on 52 Places To Go, The Year in Pictures, and other special projects. His work has been recognized by The Society of Newspaper Design and the Society of Publication Design. He previously worked at Milton Glaser Inc. He was born in Panamá and grew up in Brooklyn.



Anton Ioukhnovets, Creative Director, 30 Point

After accidentally landing an art assistant job at New York Magazine in 1995, Anton was lucky enough to design and art direct over a dozen of different magazines in the two decades that followed. A few of most memorable experiences include being an Art Director of GQ (2003-2010), creation of Lotus magazine, Design Director of W (2012) and Esquire (2016) and being involved in the redesign of The New York Times Magazine (2015).

Currently Anton is Creative Director at 30Point. Our agency developing a variety of custom content for Fortune 500 companies including Charles Schwab, Apple, Coca Cola, Deloitte etc. 
To keep himself entertained, Anton keeps one foot in the Indy magazine world, where there is still room for experimentation. Achtung, SEPP and Mytheresa The Album are a few of the recent design projects of note.



Carolyn Perot, Creative Director, Mother Jones

Carolyn Perot is Mother Jones’ creative director. Carolyn has been in publishing since 1992, assigning artwork for magazines covering technology, business, lifestyle, dogs, and politics and human rights. She holds undergraduate degrees from Stanford (she drew a picture on her entrance essay) and California College of the Arts. 


Top: Milan Bozic, Maelle Doliveux, Christine Foltzer, Emily Glaubinger
Bottom: Rodrigo Honeywell, Anton Ioukhnovets, Cayolyn Perot


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American Photography 36 Jury

Aeriel Brown, Photo Director, Bloomberg Businessweek

Aeriel Brown began her career as an agent and producer, working on large scale projects including multiple posters for various movie projects. From there, she transitioned into the editorial world, working at Entertainment Weekly and Harper's Bazaar. In 2015 she joined Bloomberg Businessweek where she is currently the Photo Director. An avid surfer, Aeriel also co-founded a magazine called WAX in 2011. The publication focused on the intersection of fine art and surfing and collaborated with multiple internationally known brands, including Levis, Ezekiel and The Gap. 


Laura Geiser, Freelance Photo Producer and Editor

Laura is a native Brooklynite and an alum of the School of Visual Arts. She began her career as a photojournalist for the Brooklyn Borough President's office. After a few years of press photography, she made the switch to an editor role in the photo department at Elle Magazine and felt right at home. She moved to Los Angeles in 2010, and has since been a photo producer for TheWrap, and a senior photo editor for BuzzFeed News, where she produced award-winning entertainment and national news editorial photography. In 2019, she began consulting on her own as a photo producer and editor for clients such as Starz, Amazon Studios, Refinery29, Bustle, Money, Best Life and Los Angeles Magazine.

Tara Guertin, Director of Photography AFAR 

Tara is the director of photography at AFAR Media and has been with the magazine since its inception. Before moving to San Francisco and joining AFAR, she worked as a photo editor in New York City at publications including BlackBook, Talk, Seventeen, InStyle, and Lucky. Tara finds inspiration in her travels, which have taken her to some forty-five countries. When not collaborating with photographers or researching new talent, she can often be found among the redwoods or roped to large pieces of granite in Northern California. She received an ASME nomination for photography in 2016 and 2019 and was awarded SPD prizes in 2014 and 2015 and 2019.


Molly Roberts, Independent Photography Editor, Visual Storyteller and Curator. Currently the 2019-20 Knight Fellow in the Ohio University School of Visual Communication

Molly Roberts is an independent photography editor, curator and visual storyteller. Currently she is the 2019-20 Knight Fellow at Ohio University in the school of Visual Communication. Previously she has shaped stories in National Geographic Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine, The Washington Post Magazine and USA Weekend. Roberts has been recognized multiple times for Best Use of Photography in a Magazine by National Press Photographers Association. She is involved in the mentorship of emerging photographers through her work with Women Photojournalists of Washington, Women Photograph, Ripple Effect, Art Works Projects and HumanEyes USA.

Jolie Ruben, Culture Photo Editor, The New York Times

Jolie Ruben has been a photo editor at The New York Times since 2014. She works on the Culture desk covering features and enterprise. She oversaw visuals on the most recent iteration of Surfacing, a visual series on the intersection of art and life.


David Sleight, Design Director, ProPublica

David Sleight became ProPublica’s first design director in May 2014, and leads a design practice that supports and extends their award-winning investigative journalism. David has been a Pulitzer finalist and the recipient of a Communication Award from the National Academies, as well as directed projects recognized by the Online News Association, the Society for News Design, PDN, American Photography, American Illustration, and the Society of Illustrators. Previously, he was a deputy creative director at BusinessWeek before forming his own independent consultancy. 


Top Row: Aeriel Brown, Laura Geiser, Tara Guertin, 
Bottom Row: Molly Roberts, Jolie Ruben, David Sleight

AI-AP Committee

Kathy Ryan, The New York Times Magazine, Chair Emeritus
Fred Woodward, Chair Emeritus
Mark Heflin, Director

AI-AP Founding Committee 1982

Edward Booth Clibborn
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Julian Allen, Artist/Illustrator (1942–1998)
Marshall Arisman, Artist/Illustrator, SVA MFA Program
Sue Coe, Artist/Illustrator
Mark Crawford, Time Capsul
Steven Heller, The New York Times Book Review
Nigel Holmes, Time
Linda Johnson, Tonight
Robert Priest, Esquire
Mary Shanahan, Rolling Stone