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Zella Jones, Principal, developed her marketing communications career at Time Magazine and then Warner Cable Communications. Since then she has produced supplements for national magazines, launched a weekly alternative newspaper in Indianapolis,  produced numerous cause-related events and has cultivated a broad based consulting practice focused on integrated marketing and communications with clients in media, arts, politics, financial service, consumer goods, and nonprofit sectors. 

 

She launched Market by Market to answer the needs of a growing entrepreneurial clientele and an increase in advocacy and nonprofit endeavors.  Their needs for professional marketing and communication assistance seemed best fulfilled by an outsourced team available on an as-needed basis.  For this, she has assembled a talented network of professionals dedicated to the art of communicating efficiently for a purpose. 
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Last Updated:  07/17/2014

 

Dennis Wheeler created the Corporate Creative Services division at TIME, Inc. In addition to award winning covers for Time, Fortune and Life Magazines, two of Dennis’s Time covers are in the permanent collection at the National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian Institute, and five posters for Life are in the permanent collection of Design and Architecture at the Museum of Modern Art.
His corporate identity designs have since included works for J.C. Penney, Xerox, IBM, AT&T, Manhattan Cable Television, Warner Communications. Dennis has a unique talent for building solid relationships between form and function for communicating through design.

 

His art is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the National Portrait Gallery.

Ed Grazda, a native New Yorker, archived the work of Walker Evans and moved on to photograph the world, for publications as Time and Life Magazines. His large body of work on race and culture has been published in many books, including Afghanistan Diary: 1992-2000: the portrait above is one of many award-winning photographs from that series. Ed's work is in the following collections:  Museum of Modern Art, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, International Center of Photography, New York, The New York Public Library, New York, National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, The RISD Museum of Art, Providence, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, SE Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, Maison Européenne De La Photographie, Paris, Bibliothéque National, Paris, Musée Reattu, Arles Folkwang Museum, Essen.

Ed Grazda Current Gallery

Critical Child is a music composer,  producer and publisher.   In addition to a "Gold" single on rapper Jim Jones latest album and various beats and arrangements on several soon to be released albums, Child has arranged and produced the full score for Cirque's 2006 season, beats for ESPN program promotions, and Dodge Charger "Revolution" commercials.  With the increasing call for new website components and development among our clients, Child is producing audio and video content for our websites.  www.criticalchildproductions.com

Charle Cafiero, Principle, CJC Strategists is a public relations veteran who has made it his mission to utilize all available digital and online media and opportunities, in delivering announcements, story lines, concepts and full promotion packages  prime targets.  His clients include Microsoft, American Photography, ColorVision,   His consultations, contributions and strategic outreach plans are a particular asset for our clients.  Charle's "hit rates" are  always high ...and solid.
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Carl W. Nunn has spent many years in the film, photography and visual image industry.  He began taking pictures as a teenager and later studied photography at the Center for the Media Arts, and then spent more than a decade working in films.  It was his experience in film that developed his unique    reference and respect for the placement and positioning of objects in a frame.  “Nunn’s work is captivating and inspiring” says Janifer Wilson, owner of Sisters Uptown Bookstore LLC in Harlem, New York.   Portfolio

Joanne Camas trained as a reporter on weekly newspaper in Scotland and is a graduate of the University of Edinburgh. She has lived in New York for 14 years, where she was a copy editor for TV Guide Online and now freelances for Condenet websites, Entertainment Weekly, Forbes FYI, Conde Nast Traveler, and Cable Guide. She also proofreads books for Aeon Publishing.