AtEdge Photographers Included in PDN Photo Annual

AtEdge would like to congratulate the photographers who were included in this year’s PDN Photo Annual! The competition presents the most compelling images of the year, and we are thrilled to see our photographers making waves.

After checking these out, make sure to take a look at all of the winners in PDN’s Winner’s Gallery.

Here are the included AtEdge Photographers in alphabetical order, by first name:

Andy Batt

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AD AGENCY: IN-HOUSE
ART DIRECTOR: KEVIN IRVING
CLIENT: OREGON BALLET THEATRE
25th anniversary celebration poster art for the Oregon Ballet Theatre in Portland.

 

Chris Crisman
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CLIENT: LONE MOUNTAIN RANCH
Running horses photographed at Lone Mountain Ranch in Big Sky, Montana.

 

David Emmite

TITLE: “MELVIN THE BIRDER”
CREATIVE TEAM: KELLY BRICKNER, SAM KOJI HALE, HEATHER B. HENSON, IBEX PUPPETRY, BRADLEY KEMP, SPENCER LOTT, NICHOLAS MAHON, KATIE MCCLENAHAN, H.D. QUINN AND EMERY WELLS
EXTERNAL WEBSITE:VIMEO.COM/89448552
A live-action puppet film about the quest of a lonely birder, Melvin, who is seeking an elusive woodpecker.

 

Jill Greenberg
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AD AGENCY: ARSONAL DESIGN
ART DIRECTOR: BRAD JOHNSON
CLIENT: NETFLIX
Promotion for season two of the Netflix original series Orange Is the New Black.

 

Jimmy Williams
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ART DIRECTORS: DOROTHY HOWARD AND NATALIE OGURA
RETOUCHER: KYLE PETERSON
“Dreamscapes” embraces the innocence and imagination of children at play. Jimmy Williams has used the series across various types of promotion, including direct mail, greeting cards and online ads.

 

Markku Lahdesmaki
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Winter swimming in Finland.

 

Maxine Helfman
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“Birmingham” explores the vulnerability of time and place.

 

Michael Grecco
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PUBLICATION: DEPARTURES
DESIGN DIRECTOR: ALEXANDER SPACHER
DEPUTY PHOTO EDITOR: ANIKA BURGESS
PHOTO EDITOR: LEA GOLIS
Men walking in the overcrowded city of Lagos, Nigeria.

 

Nick Hall
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CLIENT: PANTHERA
An environmental portrait taken for Panthera, an international wild-cat conservation organization that works with the Maasai people in Kenya to mitigate interactions between lions and Maasai livestock .