Selection Process is Complete

Selection Process is Complete

July 31st, 2010  |  Published in News

Curator David Houston has made his final selection of images for the exhibit.

The jury process was completed during the NPPA Convergence in Charleston, SC on July 10, 2010 . The panel consisted of Tom Kennedy, Ron Londen, Tim Rasumussen and Bruce Strong who volunteered their time to judge a total of 594 entries from 87 photographers from around the world.

Those photographs were then forwarded to David at the Ogden who completed his selection of images for the show this week.   His selections are now being sent to Canon for printing.

For clarification,  this was not a contest, it is a juried exhibit. There were no winners per se. This was a juried process to find the best images to tell the story of what happened five years ago. One observer described the jury panel process as, “more like watching a story being edited than watching a contest being judged.”

That being said, we know everyone is anxious to know if  whose photos were be selected for the exhibit, so here is the list of the photographers whose work was selected by the jury and curator for inclusion in the show:

  • Michael Ainsworth, The Dallas Morning News
  • Willie J. Allen Jr., St. Petersburg Times
  • Kathy Anderson, The Times-Picayune
  • Rick Bowmer, The Associated Press
  • Alex Brandon, The Times-Picayune
  • Brett Coomer, Houston Chronicle
  • Barbara Davidson, The Dallas Morning News
  • Brett Duke, The Times-Picayune
  • Tom Fox, The Dallas Morning News
  • Eric Gay, The Associated Press
  • Marko Georgiev, The New York Times
  • Scott Goldsmith, US News & World Report
  • David Grunfeld, The Times-Picayune
  • Bill Haber, The Associated Press
  • Richard Alan Hannon, The Advocate
  • Ted Jackson, The Times-Picayune
  • Eliot Kamenitz, The Time-Picayune
  • Brad Loper, The Dallas Morning News
  • Ellis Lucia, The Times-Picayune
  • John McCusker, The Times-Picayune
  • James Nielsen, Freelance for AFP
  • Melissa Phillip, Houston Chronicle
  • Smiley N. Pool, The Dallas Morning News
  • Jim Reed, Jim Reed Photography – Severe & Unusual Weather
  • Matt Rose, The Times-Picayune
  • John Rowland, The Daily Advertiser
  • Tom Shea, Freelance for USA Today
  • Ben Sklar, The Associated Press
  • Mario Tama, Getty Images
  • Irwin Thompson, The Dallas Morning News
  • Chris Usher, Freelance for TIME
  • Craig Walker, The Denver Post
  • Susan Walsh, The Associated Press
  • Jim Winn, Vellum Media
  • Jennifer Zdon, The Times- Picayune

Thanks to all for their participation in this project. We look forward to seeing everyone for the opening of the exhibit on Thursday, August 19. Our educational program will be conducted on Friday, August 20 and our seminars will be on Saturday, August 21.

Visit our schedule page for the complete schedule of events.

Photo by Eric Gay | The Associated Press

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About The Project

When photographers converged on the convention center in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, a survivor cried out, "Thank God, the press is here.”

Her words expressed a sentiment that characterizes the storytelling and relationships between the people of the Gulf Coast and the media that developed in the months that followed.

On Thursday, August 19, a juried exhibit of Katrina imagery opened at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art coinciding with the 5-year anniversary of the disaster.

The exhibit, and a program of workshops and seminars explore the past, present and future of visual storytelling of Gulf Coast disasters.

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