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Meet the Jury

Scott Dadich

Creative director
Texas Monthly

Scott Dadich joined the staff of Texas Monthly as associate art director in May 2000 and was promoted to art director in May 2001. He was named creative director in October 2004. A Lubbock, Texas, native, Dadich has a bachelor’s degree in fine arts from Texas Tech. He was previously the art director of Texas Tech University Office of News and Publications, and the senior designer at Price Communications Group. In the last five years, Dadich has received over 25 national design awards from groups such as the Society of Publication Designers, the City and Regional Magazine Awards, and the Council for the Advancement of Secondary Education.

Stephen Doyle

Principal and creative director
Doyle Partners

Stephen Doyle is principal and creative director at Doyle Partners, a New York-based graphic design, communi-ca-tions and marketing firm. Founded in 1985, notable projects include the brand design, packaging and in-store presentation of Martha Stewart Everyday in Kmart (with over 2,500 package designs for this 1.4 billion dollar brand); and new identity programs for Barnes & Noble, the St. Regis Hotel and Tishman Speyer. Stephen Doyle brings his background in editorial design to play in some unlikely places. ID magazine reports that he “rejects fashionable styles in favor of solid, functional approaches rooted in concept, not adornment…all without losing his sense of humor.”

Dominique Malaterre


Dominique Malaterre, Tilt, is a Montréal, Canada-based photographer. She moved from France to study architecture and then art history. Increasingly drawn to photography, she decided to go to school and study photography. It turned out, photography was a perfect fit. Her career is marked by numerous awards and publication in Applied Arts, The Art Directors Club, Communication Arts, Grafica, Lux, Publicité Club, Studio magazine, Woman of the Year in Communication and Photographer of the Year. She also teaches at the Université du Québec à Montréal (U.Q.À.M.), directs TV commercials and her personal work is exhibited regularly.

Sakol Mongkolkasetarin

vice-president/associate creative director

Sakol Mongkolkasetarin (S¯a-k¯ol Mông-k¯ol-k?as-?e-târ-in) is a 1990 graduate of the Visual Communications Design Department at California State University, Long Beach. Born in Bangkok, Thailand, and raised in Orange County, California, he started his career in advertising as an art director at Cochrane Chase Livingston & Co. He went on to work at DGWB Advertising, Hal Riney & Partners, as well as starting his own agency, Acme Advertising. His work has been recognized by Communication Arts, The New York Art Directors Club, The One Show, D&AD, Clios, Graphis, Archive, the San Francisco Show, the Los Angeles Beldings and various other award competitions. Currently, Sakol is vice-president/associate creative director at BBDO West where he resides in San Francisco with his wife, Violet and daughter, Stella, who love him enough to take his name.

Constance Phelps

senior design editor
National Geographic magazine

Constance Phelps is senior design editor for National Geo-graphic magazine. She is responsible for the look and feel of many of the editorial pages in the magazine as well as the Special Newsstand Collector’s Editions. She also acts as a consultant to 26 art directors of the foreign editions of the magazine. Connie grew up in the Washington, D.C. area. Her undergraduate background was from the University of Maryland in Art & Sciences, specializing in fine arts and architectural design, and graduate courses in journalism, photography and visual communications from George Washington University and the University of Missouri. She has designed over 800 stories for the yellow-bordered magazine, including two complete issues (Australia and Mexico).