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Meet the Jury

Frank Dattalo

Group Creative Director
Energy BBDO

Frank Dattalo is group creative director at Energy BBDO in Chicago, Illinois. He studied photography and design at Rochester Institute of Technology in his hometown of Rochester, New York. Dattalo began his career as an art director at Buck & Pulleyn in upstate New York before joining Saatchi & Saatchi in 1996, as senior art director on the Kodak Professional account. Over the next five years, he collaborated with the world's premier photographers, traveling the globe to develop campaigns to support Kodak Professional films. In 2001, Dattalo moved to the Midwest to work as a creative director at Energy BBDO (formerly BBDO Chicago).

David Griffin

Director of Photography
National Geographic

David Griffin is the director of photography of National Geographic magazine headquartered in Washington, DC. He helps shape the photographic direction of the magazine, working directly with contributing photographers from around the globe. Previously he was the creative director of U.S. News & World Report, design director of National Geographic Books and associate director of layout and design at National Geographic magazine. Griffin has been honored by the National Press Photographer Association, University of Missouri's Pictures of the Year competition, Association of Magazine Publishers, Ohio Newspaper Photographer Association, the Hearst Collegiate Photojournalism Awards, the Washington Art Directors Club, the Society of Newspaper Design, Print and Communications Arts.

Diana Koenigsberg


Diana Koenigsberg was born and raised in Los Angeles. Her photography projects an empowered feminine perspective that is independent and unapologetically confident. Utilizing vibrant colors, geometric shapes and carefully choreographed gestures, she photographs her subjects in scenarios that are simultaneously elegant, highly stylized, ironic, humorous and poignant. Koenigsberg studied photography at the San Francisco Art Institute, and then received her BA in photography at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. In May of 2006 Communication Arts magazine published a feature article on her work. She has been honored on multiple occasions by CA as well as Photo District News.

Matt Rollins

Partner/Creative Director

Matt Rollins is partner and creative director at ICONOLOGIC, a design firm based in Atlanta. His team creates branded content for leading corporate and cultural institutions such as Coca-Cola, GOOD magazine, the International Olympic Committee, The Republic of Trinidad & Tobago, Volkswagen and André Benjamin. Rollins graduated from Roanoke College in Virginia, with a B.A. in English, and Portfolio Center in Atlanta. After starting his career at Frankfurt Balkind Partners in New York, Rollins joined Atlanta design firm EAI. Now he is the editor of, a founding member of, serves on the Advisory Board of Creative Circus, and is a frequent speaker and design juror.

Mine Suda

powerHouse Books

Mine Suda started her career as a graphic designer in Tokyo upon graduating from the University of Tsukuba. After working on editorial and music-related design at ASYL from 1998 to 2000, she came to New York to further study typography at the School of Visual Arts. She has been a designer for powerHouse Books since 2004, during which time she has designed over 30 titles including, Black Light by Kehinde Wiley, But That's Another Story: A Photographic Retrospective of Milton H. Greene, Flight Attendants by Brian Finke, Made in the UK , The Other Half of the Sky by Lili Almog, R.F.K.: A Photographer's Journal by Harry Benson and Spacesuits: The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Collection.