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Ken Clickenger / Phase One
Specializing in system integration, workflow optimization, and the pursuit of excellence in image quality, Ken recognizes the need to simplify the technology in today's changing world of photography; leaving the photographer to focus on creativity. He is keen on raising awareness of professional image quality standards, and elevating expectations through education. Phase One is the world's leader in open platform, medium format camera systems and redefines digital capture with a seamless integration of lens, body, back and software. Freedom of choice is the freedom to use the right creative tool for the job, and Phase One is committed to equipping photographers with what they need to achieve their creative visions without compromise.

Michele Clement
Michele Clement is a bay area photographer who's career expands a successful gamut of lifestyle, fashion, commercial and fine art work. Clients inlude Adobe, Apple, Bank of America, Chronicle Books, Whole Foods, Whirlpool and many others. She is represented by

John Greenleigh / Flipside Studios
Flipside provides companies with interactive visual solutions that engage viewers and inform them about products. Our expertise in 360° Photography, Product Photography, CGI/3D Modeling, and Video Production allows us to provide just the right solutions for interactive projects. We combine twenty-five years of product photography expertise with state-of-the-art motion control tools and computer graphics applications to produce compelling interactive product experiences. Founded by product photographer John Greenleigh, Flipside has been at the forefront of interactive photo-graphy since 1996. That’s when his client, Apple Computer, asked him to apply the same technical and lighting expertise he brings to his still photography to produce 360° product rotations for every product they release. Since then, Flipside has grown into a leading force in 3D product imaging by continuing to produce superior imagery and provide professional customer service, while continuing to innovate and adopt the
newest and best technologies.

Robyn Kessler / Robyn Kessler Photograhy & Verité Photography
Robyn Kessler is a CCSF alumni specializing in photographing dogs and weddings. She says "I feel that this is what I was meant to do, for nothing is quite so thrilling as knowing that I preserved a moment of great meaning to somebody.  As I enter people's homes and they let me into their lives for an afternoon, sharing the stories and history of their furry companion, I am continually reminded that I have one of the greatest jobs in the world. It is such a treat to be able to catch these glimpses of devotion and friendship, each one unique, each one the cause of so much happiness in someone's life."

Kevin Lewis / Orange Photography
Orange Photography is a full-service agency providing photography for both organizations and individuals. Over the years we've acquired a reputation for being a large studio, but we're actually a close-knit team of experienced professionals providing cutting edge photo and video services. We pride ourselves on our responsiveness, flexibility, and ability to understand our client's visions and needs. Our client service team will inform you of all creative options available and will always recommend the most inclusive package for any budget.

Rocky McCorckle 
Rocky McCorkle is an internationally exhibited photographer who lives in San Francisco. McCorkle received his BFA in Photography from The Ohio State University and his MFA in Photography from the San Francisco Art Institute. He has shown extensively throughout the United States and abroad including Boston, New York, San Francisco, Washington D.C., Toronto, and Busan, Korea. In 2012, McCorkle’s You & Me On A Sunny Day was selected as the Analog Winner for EXPOSURE 2011 International Photography Award. McCorkle’s work from this series is in the permanent collection at the Berkeley Art Museum (BAM/PFA) and the Tweed Museum of Art.

Stan Musilek 
born in prague (before prague was cool) / makes dark room in mother’s pantry / gets grounded / photographs neighbor’s dog (relentlessly) / family flees czechoslovakia / becomes german / college in heidelberg / studies mathematics / realizes photography can be sexier than math / assists / shoots naked girls / forgets math ever existed / shoots jumbo jets / over assisting / becomes american / wins men's ncaa soccer championship / starves / parties / works ass off / strange year-long motorcycle trip to the tip of south america and back / opens studio in san francisco / shoots first apple imac / shoots porcupines / shoots fashion / shoots still life / advertising / editorial / first to embrace digital post / wins awards / opens 2nd studio in paris / befriends art directors (especially those that like shooting in paris) / kicks their ass in tennis / makes clients laugh / makes great work / the phone keeps ringing / hello?

Matt Osborne / Glass Key Photo
Matt Osborne is a CCSF Photography Department alumni and runs Glass Key Photo - a small retail business specializing in film, vintage cameras and photography supplies.

Sue Tallon
Sue Tallon's style might best be described as graphic, iconic, conceptual and sometimes humorous. She is as thoughtful in her approach to making photographs as she is in considering her clients' needs and strategies. Her background in the arts and interests in the works of conceptual artists, contemporary composers and writers, and appreciation of the natural world inspire her daily. Sue is as comfortable in the studio as she is on location and enjoys producing work for advertising, corporate, editorial and retail clients such as Goodby Silverstein & Partners, DDB San Francisco, Safeway Inc., Clorox, Birkenstock, Pottery Barn, Starbucks and more.

Brian Taylor
Brian was born in Tucson, Arizona. He received his B.A. Degree in Visual Arts from the University of California at San Diego, an M.A. from Stanford University, and studied the history of photography with Van Deren Coke and Beaumont Newhall during his M.F.A. at the University of New Mexico. His own artwork explores historic photographic processes, has been exhibited internationally and is included in the permanent collections of the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; and the International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House, Rochester, NY. Brian has been a Professor of Photography at San Jose State University for over 30 years where he recently served as Chair of the Department of Art and Art History.

Tamara Trejo / Coastside Photography  
creates portrait art at Half Moon Bay beaches, as well as the magnificent architecture at Stanford University or the Enchanted Forest with its deep rich colors. The setting depends on where my subjects feel most comfortable so their true authentic selves will shine the brightest. As a people- and nature-loving artist, portrait photography is the perfect medium for me. I love my craft because it enriches the lives of my subjects and feeds my creative spirit. Even after 20 years, I still find each shoot intriguing and new. The Half Moon Bay landscape is constantly changing and my subjects always bring new energy to the photography session.

Judy Walgren
Judy Walgren, Director of Photography for the San Francisco Chronicle, graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Journalism worked for The Dallas Morning News from 1987 until 1999, when she moved to Taos, New Mexico to freelance and work on documentaries. She joined the staff of the Rocky Mountain News in 2004 until it was closed in 2009, then spent a year at the Denver Post until moving to the San Francisco Chronicle in December 2010. Walgren was part of a team of journalists at the Morning News that received the 1994 Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting for their series on violent human rights abuses against women worldwide. Her work for the series highlighted women and Islam and female genital mutilation.  She was the first person to photograph one of the ceremonies in Somalia and the News was the first newspaper to publish photos about the practice.  In 1998, Houghton-Mifflin published her book, Natinga, in which she chronicled the lives of the “Lost Boys” while they still lived in Southern Sudan. Her team at the Chronicle has won four Emmy Awards, fielded a 2014 nomination for the Pulitzer Prize in Feature Photography and took home the Best Photo Editing Team of the Year in the 2013 Best of Photojournalism contest.

Lisa Wiseman
Lisa Wiseman is an advertising and editorial photographer whose work focuses on intimate authentic portraiture. Lisa received her BA in sociology from the University of California Berkeley and her BFA in photography from The Academy of Art University. She lives in San Francisco and travels regularly for assignments. Some of her clients include Ogilvy & Mather, Pentagram, Eleven, Newsweek, Comcast, BBDO, Wells Fargo, AAA, Wired and Yoga Journal. You can view her work at