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Meet the Jury

Craig Clark

Senior Designer
Tolleson Design

Craig Clark is a senior designer at Tolleson Design in San Francisco, California. An honors graduate of the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, Craig started his design career as an intern with April Greiman in Los Angeles, and has worked for Cahan & Associates in San Francisco, Frankfurt Balkind and Doyle Partners in New York City. His work is included in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, has been shown in national exhibitions and has been recognized by AIGA, Communication Arts, D&AD, Graphis, I.D. and the Type Directors Club, among others. After his design career ends, Craig is planning on becoming a rock star or comedian, whichever comes first.

Craig Cutler

Photographer

Craig Cutler has over twenty years of experience behind the camera. Trained as a graphic designer, he started his career as a still-life photographer. Today, based in New York City, he divides his work equally between portraiture, location and still-life for both editorial and advertising clients. Cutler’s work has received several notable awards and merits from a wide variety of publications including The Art Director’s Club, Communication Arts, Graphis and The One Show. A graduate of the University of Delaware, Craig lives in Connecticut with his wife and three children.

Hannah McCaughey

Creative Director
Outside Magazine

Hannah McCaughey is the creative director of Outside magazine based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she started working in October 2001. Before that she was the deputy art director at Esquire for two years in New York City. Her first job out of Barnard College (where she received a B.A. in American History) was as a secretary for the fashion director of Rolling Stone. She then got to know and love Fred Woodward (just down the hall), the then creative director and one day got up the nerve to tell him that she wanted to do what he did when she grew up. Kindly enough, he helped her develop a plan to study design at Parsons School of Design which she did until he finally hired her as a designer (even more kindly). She worked for Rolling Stone as a designer for two years before going to Esquire. Now she lives in an eight-year-old house on two acres of land in Santa Fe with her fiancé Stephen and her fourteen-year-old dog Lovey.

Nan Oshin

Senior art directo/photo editor
Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine

Nan Oshin is the senior art director and photo editor at the Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine. Prior to this, Oshin was the art director at San Francisco Focus. She designed the format for and art directed Angeles Magazine, a monthly lifestyle magazine and redesigned and subsequently art directed Designers West Magazine, a shelter publication. In addition, Nan designed books for WW Norton, Price Stern Sloan Publishers and Knapp Communications, including books for Bon Appétit and Architectural Digest. She started her editorial career at GQ magazine after graduating from Art Center College of Design, and served on the faculty and as an advisor in the Art Center photography department for twelve years, co-chairing the department for three years. She has won numerous awards, been published in and juried shows for the Society of Publication Designers, Communication Arts, the Western Publishing Association, Women in Design, the APA, Photo District News, CMYK, American Photography and American Illustration.

Doug Pedersen

art director
Loeffler Ketchum Mountjoy

Doug Pedersen is an art director with Loeffler Ketchum Mountjoy in Charlotte, North Carolina. Before moving to the cooler climate of that state, he spent many hot summers in Fort Worth and Austin, Texas, where he attended The University of Texas. He has worked on numerous accounts since joining the agency in 1997. His work has been featured in Archive, Communication Arts, D&AD, Graphis, The Kelly Awards and The One Show. When he’s not thinking about advertising, he enjoys avoiding yardwork and adding to his collection of movie soundtrack scores.