Please say “Hello” the the Shadow & Light Magazine staff, who will do all they can to bring you issue after issue of great photography, enlightening interviews, and insightful articles.
Tim Anderson, publisher/editor: Tim brings more than 40-years of photographic experience to the staff of Shadow & Light Magazine, in a variety of fields including: landscape, models, sports, fashion, concerts, etc. He has published “Poser: a sketchbook of ideas for models and artists (photography),” and “Frame of Mind” (poetry), and several books for other individuals.
As the previous publisher/managing editor of CameraArts magazine and the current publisher of The Journal, he is well-versed in producing compelling content for a world-wide audience interested in all things photography.
Pat Berrett, assistant editor: Pat is known as the photographer’s photographer and the artist’s photographer. His portfolio includes industry, people, performing arts, and products. One of his specialties in his 40+ years as a photographer is photographing artwork for artists, in all mediums, both 2D and 3D. His clients include many well-known New Mexico artisans and craftspeople and he has approximately 300-400 active clients per year.
He holds dual degrees in English and Journalism and received his MBA with a concentration in marketing from the University of New Mexico in 1997. He teaches photography classes for UNM’s Department of Continuing Education and is a frequent speaker at art-related seminars.
Ann Hart Marquis, art director: Ann is the former Art Director of CameraArts. She has been involved with the art of photography for the past 10 years. She is also an abstract landscape painter whose paintings are infused with her love of color and reflect her lifelong reverence for nature. Ann has exhibited and sold her work since 2005 and her paintings are in many private collections. Since that time, Ann has shown her work in well-received yearly solo exhibits at various venues and galleries in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Ann has painted and studied extensively in France and New Mexico, and recently in Chicago.
Helen K. Garber, editor at large: Helen is an internationally recognized photographer. She is recognized for her night urban landscapes taken in cities such as Los Angeles, New York, Paris and Venice, Italy. Her images are exhibited internationally and are in the permanent collections of museums, as well as private and corporate collections nationwide.
Helen began working in mixed media using photographs from her archives, book pages from her personal library, twine and encaustic on reclaimed wood panels in 2010. The first piece in the encaustic series was acquired and exhibited at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland in July 2011. Helen was awarded a 2014 Santa Monica Arts Project Fellowship.
E. E. McCollum is a fine art photographer who works in both digital and analog formats to produce primarily black-and-white images. A native of Iowa, McCollum spent 26 years in the greater Washington, DC area, but has recently relocated to Santa Fe, NM. He has been making pictures since elementary school and became serious about fine art photography in 2004.
A formative earlier experience was taking a course in the history of photography with Beaumont Newhall in the early ‘70s at the University of New Mexico. His work includes the nude figure as well as dancers. Recently, he discovered that you can take a camera outdoors and did a project on the small natural spaces hidden in the suburban environment as well as the nighttime suburban environment. His work has been published in Lenswork, Adore Noir, Shadow & Light Magazine, PH Magazine, Digital Photographer (UK), Stern (online) and elsewhere. He has exhibited his work in both solo and group shows for the past 15 years