Jack Dziamba (Jack Dzamba) is a photographer and president of Icron Image International, Inc., http://www.icron.us, a company devoted to fine are photography. He has won numerous awards for his work.
Jack Dziamba – Photos Exhibited in Berlin, October 2016
In December 2015, he was awarded 1st Place – Professional for Outstanding achievement in B&W Fine Art Photography for his image, “Paris Bench, Palias Royal,” in the international 10th Annual Black & White Spider Awards.
The International Jury included members from Bonhams, Random House, Aeroplastics Contemporary, Stockholm City Museum, Annenberg Foundation, and Leo Burnett. 7,686 entries were received from 74 countries.
In 2012, his image, “Melissa,” in B&W, was presented with the 7th Annual Black and White Spider Awards Nomination in the category of Fashion at the Nomination & Winners PhotoShow.
The Awards International Jury included judges from the National Geographic, and the Tate, London, who honored Spider Fellows with 180 coveted title awards and 875 nominees in 14 categories from 8,223 entries.
In 2011, the image, Melissa, this time in color, won a First Place, for Fashion Photography in the International Pollux Awards for October 2011 and Honorable Mention for the year in the 2011 Pollux Awards.
This image was shown at the International Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography Exhibition, in Buenos Aires, from January 19 – February 27, 2012.
His work was also chosen as an Official Selection, 2010 Paris Photo Competition. His work has won Honorable Mentions in the 2008 International Photography Association (IPA) Photographer of the Year Awards, the 2008 Prix de la Photographie Paris Human Condition Competition, and the 2007 Prix de la Photographie Paris Competition, http://www.px3.fr.
Jack’s, image, Remembrance, taken at the Louvre in Paris, was chosen in a National Juried Competition in 2003, and in 2010 his image, Not Alone, from his book Paris in Boston (2008) was chosen in a National Juried competition. Both Competitions were judges by the Director of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) Artists Gallery.
In 2010, work from Paris in Boston was shown in Le Pecq, France, outside Paris. Six of his images from that show are a permanent installation in the city of Le Pecq.
A portfolio from Jack’s work, “Cubism & Fashion,” was selected by the noted Paris Gallerist Agathe Gaillard and published in Le Journal de la Photographie on 5/26 2013.
Jack’s work has been exhibited in solo shows in New York City, San Francisco, and Boston, and in group shows in those cities, and also in Buenos Aries, Argentina, Malaga, Spain, and Le Pecq, France,
He lives in the Boston Metropolitan Area.
David Padwa is a Boston University junior majoring in mass communication with a concentration in public relations. He has been continually interested in the arts, with an emphasis on performance, as well as writing. His strength in crafting simplistic, meaningful prose complements the over-analyzed, and sometimes exclusive, art industry. He believes art should be readily accessible for everyone regardless of background and geography.
Zoraida Cabrera is a Boston University student, double majoring in English and Architectural Studies. She took an interest in art and writing early in her life and is currently working getting a career in the Arts and/or publishing. She has hosted several blogs on writing and art in the past, and was a contributing writer in eMergent’s online magazine Write Anything in 2010.
On her blog Art and Thereabouts, Zoraida muses art and literature.
Kana Maeji is a former Boston University student. She took an interest in photography in elementary school where she first started with B & W film photography, and worked in a darkroom. Throughout middle school and high school, she took a few photography courses and enrolled in the Advanced Placement Studio Art with a focus in photography, earning the highest marks.
You can see Kana’s online gallery here.