Featured In: Communication Arts Photography Annual 56

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Hey everyone! This years Communication Arts Photography Annual was just delivered here to our studio. We’re always excited when this issue falls on our desk – there’s always so much amazing work included. So we’re equally excited to announce that our “Wild Horses” photo was selected to be included in the Advertising section!

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¬†We also owe a big congrats to fellow group member, Andy Anderson, for scoring the cover this year with a beautiful shot from his book, SALT. And we can’t forget fellow shooters Richard Schultz, Hunter Freeman, and Leigh Beisch – so proud to be part of such a talent group with Heather Elder Represents.

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PDN Faces 2011

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PDN Faces 2011 was recently announced and I am extremely happy to share that two photos from my Titusville series of portraits were selected this year, including the portrait of Karen Crisman, a professional dog groomer and my mother. Many thanks to PDN and congrats to Robin Moore, Jacob Murphy, Reed Young (who I share a spread with), and all the other talented photographers who were selected!

chris crisman pdn faces 2011 portrait enviormental portrait titusville photo district news photography chris crisman pdn winner

chris crisman pdn faces 2011 portrait enviormental portrait titusville photo district news photography chris crisman pdn winner

Recognition from American Photo and Altpick

Happy New Year everyone! I’m happy to say that I got to ring in the new year with some great recognition from American Photo and Altpick.

“Rocket Boy” was selected as the winner in the portraiture category for American Photo’s 2010 Images of the year

It was also selected as an overall first place winner for photography in the 7th annual Altpick Awards

Many thanks to the editors and judges involved, I truly appreciate all your support. Here’s to 2011, it’s shaping up to be a great year!