Barbara has lived in Colorado since 2005 moving to Denver from Telluride in October of 2012. The southwest landscape of the San Miguel region was the initial influence in taking her interest in photography seriously. Telluride Landscape Photography Company was created in 2012. She has studied photography at various schools including the New York Film Academy. Barbara has used her 30 plus years of business in sales and marketing in New York and Phoenix to help grow nonprofits that serve children, families and the arts because she strongly believes in giving back to her community. She has held Executive Board positions for a youth theatre troupe, a public TV station, arts center and local and regional boards of education.
Jessica is a Senior Wealth Strategy Associate with the Caplan Group of UBS in Denver and specializes in providing comprehensive wealth preservation, estate transfer and charitable giving guidance. In addition to her commitment to CPAC, she serves a congressional policy advocate for the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado. Her involvement with nonprofit organizations began with the Santa Fe Community Foundation’s young professionals group for grant making. She also helped fundraise for the American Red Cross (Los Angeles Region) and Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles. Jessica graduated with distinction from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill with a degree in International Studies. The arts and photography, in particular, have always been influential and important in her life.
Donna has lived in Colorado since 1970 and holds a BA from Connecticut College (back then COCOforWO) and an MA in English and Education from Columbia University, NYC. In 1980, she started Altieri Instrument Bags (AIB), a basement business that evolved from her passion for design and a tuba-playing friend who needed a custom backpack bag for his instrument. AIB moved from the basement, to an enterprise center, to a 1960’s building a block from home, while growing into an international business. Donna feels lucky enough to travel around the world, for business and for fun, with her trusty Minolta and then her digital Nikon and now her iPhone 7s.
Keith received his BA in Economics at the University of Calgary and has over 40 years of diversified business experience in North America, Africa, Europe, and Asia. This experience has been divided between holding senior marketing and general management positions with large international companies and managing or investing in a dozen small entrepreneurial companies. He has also held seats on the Board of Directors with several companies both public and private. Keith is a lifelong photographer whose work focuses on discovering and expressing an uncommon view of common objects. He has published work and has been exhibited at Mike Wright Gallery in Denver and the Dairy Arts Center in Boulder.
Dietrich is an attorney at Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP, where his practice focuses on regulatory law and litigation. He works with companies and organizations in the energy, natural resources, and real estate sectors to advance their goals before numerous state and federal agencies. His experience includes matters related to regulated and cooperative utilities, environmental permitting, public lands, water rights, water quality, air quality, hazardous substances, wetlands, mining, renewable energy projects, and related issues. Outside of work, Dietrich enjoys trail running, skiing, backpacking, and photographing Colorado’s unrivaled natural beauty. He holds an engineering degree from Lafayette College and a J.D. from the University of Colorado Law School.
Carol was the gallery director and curator of Emmanuel Gallery for 17 years at the Auraria Higher Education Center, also a gallery owner and consultant. Devoted to the arts, she served on the Board of the Alliance for Contemporary Art at the Denver Art Museum for six years and the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver from 2005-2010. Keller holds a BFA degree and a Master of Humanities from the University of Colorado combining fine art and communication. She has participated on public art panels, served as a curator and juror of art exhibitions, and has developed collections. She has a keen interest in the photo-based arts, which play an important role in contemporary art today.
Gary graduated from the Art Institute of Colorado in photography, and since 1991 has been the General Manager of Reed Art & Imaging. From 2004 – 2010 he co-managed the Reed Photo-Art Gallery in Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe and in 2005 became an art district board member. He served as Treasurer / VP and has been an integral part of their growth and success. Still an avid photographer, he occasionally exhibits and sells his work in various local galleries and art fairs.
Originally from Minneapolis, Paul has lived in Colorado since 1998. He received his BFA in Photography from the University of Colorado at Denver, graduating with high honors in 2013. Paul is now a local artist represented by Michael Warren Contemporary. He began contributing to CPAC as an intern in 2011 and began working as the Installation Manager in 2013. In addition to being on the Board of Directors, Paul also serves on the Exhibition Committee.
Evan is a social-landscape photographer best known for his aerial images of less-traveled regions such as Eastern Colorado and the high deserts and forests of the Western United States. Trained as a geologist, Anderman earned a PhD in Geological Engineering and worked for two decades in the field before becoming a full-time photographer. In November 2013, Anderman was honored for his unique environmental photography with the inaugural Photo District News Duggal Image Maker Award. His work can be found in the Denver Art Museum collection and in several private collections, and has been exhibited at the American Mountaineering Center, Denver International Airport, Carmen Wiedenhoeft Gallery, The Denver Art Museum, Niza Knoll Gallery, Robischon Gallery, and Lamont Gallery. A former CPAC board member, Anderman is based in Denver and remains active in the photographic community by serving on the Denver Art Museum’s Photography Department Advisory Committee and the board of CENTER Santa Fe in New Mexico.
Mark is founder and director of MoP (Month of Photography) in Denver, Colorado, where he coordinates over 180 regional galleries, museums and art spaces biannually to celebrate photography. In addition to curating extensively for MoP projects, Mark regularly curates exhibitions at MoP’s host venue RedLine, where he is currently a resource artist. Mark is also an internationally-recognized photographer in his own right. In 1991, he co-founded the Museum of Contemporary Art / Denver and opened his own gallery space, Gallery Sink. He is a regular portfolio reviewer for the Houston FotoFest Meeting Place, SPE, and Photolucida. He is always looking for unique talent for his many ongoing curatorial exhibitions, projects and collection placements, and regularly places the artists he reviews with various gallery and museum exhibitions.