Mary Virginia Swanson © Jamie Williams; Judging photobook competition with coauthor Darius Himes © Rebecca Senf; Santa Fe Workshops © Steven St. John; Annenberg Space for Photography © John Lewis;  PhotoNOLA © Samuel Portera.


© Linda Kuehne

I am writing to express how much I owe Mary Virginia. She really got me focused in the right direction and have helped me tremendously to get where I am today with my work. I always had the vision but in terms of how to put the work together and present a strong voice—her advice has been invaluable. Portfolio reviews have helped too, but learning more about where my work fits into the history of photography (The New Topgographics) and her advice about “just get out there and shoot more!” as well as advice on my website, has been great. Thank you so much!

—Linda Kuehne (website)

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Deadline: Monday, April 1, 2019
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