Bruno de Cock
Bruno is a documentary photographer and photo editor working for Medecins Sans Frontieres International (MSF, Brussels), where he coordinates photo projects and photo editing for various MSF online and print publications. He is also the project manager for MSF’s online photo archive and editor for the MSF photo blog. (http://msf.ca/blogs/photos/)
The Photoeditor Asia for Stern Magazine in Bangkok, Dirk was also the head of Stern.de photo department. He was previously the head of the Picture International Photoagency in Hamburg. Dirk studied photography at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague, Netherlands, and also worked as a photography assistant and producer in Amsterdam and Hamburg.
John joined Greenpeace in 1989 after a successful photography career which began in the 1960s. As Head of Photography at Greenpeace International, he directs photo operations for key campaign visual projects, collaborating on many successful publications. He also organises photo master-classes for the World Press Photo Foundation in Beijing, and was a jury member of numerous photography competitions.
Yuko is the curator of the Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts, in Yamanashi, Japan. An experienced exhibition organiser with a background in journalism and photography, she has conducted the museum’s annual Young Portfolio project since 1995. The museum’s Young Portfolio collection activity is aimed at supporting young photographers, and has grown to 4,600 prints by 651 photographers from over 40 countries in the last 15 years.
David Dare Parker
A Nikon-Walkley Award winning photographer, David Dare Parker has been on assignment for numerous national and international publications throughout the world. David is one of the co-founders and Directors of REPORTAGE, was a Director of FotoFreo Festival of Photography, a Nikon- Walkley Advisory Board Member and is currently represented by °SOUTH and OnAsia Images.