The MPS Graduate Fashion Photography department is an intensive one-year degree program offering practicing photographers the opportunity to advance their bodies of work under the guidance of photographers, editors, creative directors and digital retouchers working at the forefront of fashion today, and in partnership with the CFDA ‘Incubators’ program.
Bridging the gap between “high” and “low” culture, commercial and fine art photography, still and moving images, the program is dedicated to exploiting the full potential of fashion photography as a platform for invention, creativity and subversion.
SVA MPS Graduate Fashion Photography is now accepting applications for the fall 2012 term.
To download an application, visit: schoolofvisualarts.edu/grad/. Deadline: April 16, 2012
For more information about the program visit firstname.lastname@example.org or call (212) 592-2096.
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Alix Browne / T Magazine
Maria Gallagher / Lovely and Amazing Films
Lyle Rexer / Writer
Ivan Shaw / Vogue
Carol Squiers / ICP
Tarik Malak / Swell
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Jessica Craig-Martin / Photographer
Suzanne Donaldson / Photo Editor, Glamour
Tracy Doyle / Exec Creative Director, Box
Cathy Horyn / Critic, The New York Times
Michael Kazam / Vice President, Le Book
Nick Knight / Photographer
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