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Barry Schein

Barry Schein

Barry Schein is an award winning commercial photographer and educator. During his career he has created photography for many nationally branded Fortune 500 companies and their advertising agencies. He’s a recipient of an EMMY award for his work at NBC TV in New York as well as an Eastman Kodak Professional Photographers award. Both Nikon and the international journal Graphis have recognized his work. Mr. Schein’s work is in a number of private collections.      
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Carl Young

Carl Young

Carl Young earned a B.F.A. in design from the School of Visual Arts in NYC. He has worked with many fortune 500 brands as a creative director, art director, and designer for the past 30 years in New York and San Francisco. Some of his notable work includes brands like Apple, Audi, Bacardi, Sephora and Morgan Stanley.
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Christine Stiely

Christine Stiely

Christine has been a web-based marketing professional for over 15 years with experience in digital creative, website, and software development. She is also a student at the Armory Art Center in ceramics hand-building. With practical knowledge working in these two very different mediums, 3D Printing allows her to show students how to bridge the gap between the digital and clay worlds.
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Ian Wiskoff

Ian Wiskoff

Ian C. Wiskoff is an illustrator and digital artist who has been in the creative field for over twenty years. Ian’s work includes imagery for several international corporations and advertising agencies as well as visual art for tee-shirts and apparel, logos and branding, and privately commissioned illustrations. He has recently completed a large-scale mural in the observatory stairwell at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium. 
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Marisa Marulli

Marisa Marulli

Marisa Marulli is an explorer, photographer and journalist with a passion for connecting people to the unknown. She has travelled worldwide to capture her images, and has exhibited locally and along the East Coast. She has been featured by the Palm Beach Post, and was a participant in the first exhibition juried by Brent Stapelkamp, the famed photographer of Cecil the Lion. 
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