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about our special contributors:


mus-mus would like to thank all who have agreed to participate in this project with their photographs, submissions, comments and support.

It is risky business to thank folks 'in particular' because inevitably someone important goes unmentioned. Still we try. We would like to say a special thanks to Roger Ballen, Frederic Bellay, Elie Domit, Amy Stein, Liz Kuball, Ch'ng Yaohong, and for getting behind our effort early and in many ways. And a very special thanks to Jason Fulford, Michael David Murphy, Mrs Deane and Laurence Vecten for their extraordinary assistance in serving as jurors, acting as town criers to get the word out and their all around team spirit and 'good sportsmanship'.

To you all mus-mus says -- 'Très grand merci and many, many thanks.'

 

Jason Fulford

Jason Fulford is a photographer and co-founder of the non-profit, J&L Books. He has lectured at the ICP in New York, the AIGA, Cranbrook Academy of Art, LACMA, Mass Art, P.S.1, SVA, Wesleyan University and Yale University. He is also a contributing editor to Blind Spot magazine.
Fulford’s photographs have been featured in Harper’s, The New York Times Magazine, Time, and on book jackets for Don Delillo, John Updike, Bertrand Russell, Terry Eagleton, Ernest Hemingway and Richard Ford. Monographs include Sunbird (2000), Crushed (2003), and Raising Frogs for $$$ (2006).
He lives in Scranton, PA.




Michael David Murphy

Michael is a writer and photographer in Atlanta, Georgia. His solo exhibitions "So Help Me" and "The Jena Project" debuted at Opal Gallery in Atlanta in 2008.  "Unphotographable", an installation based on unphotographable.com was included in Command Z at the Torrance Art Museum in 2007.  Michael's essays and photographs have been published worldwide in People Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Magazine, The National (Abu Dhabi), MSNBC, USA Today, BBC2, 8, & Wired Magazine.




Laurence Vecten

Laurence Vecten was born 1972 in Meaux (close to Paris).
She was an art buyer in main French advertising agencies from 1995 until 2003.
She worked with Michel Mallard in 2003 (L'Officiel and Blast, French magazines) and she is Photo Director of French Glamour since its launching (2004).

Her blog "LOZ" started in december 07 laurencevecten.blogspot.com and she will be launching soon her new project of book editions: lozenup.com.
She also works with Pierre Hourquet on the booksonline project: booksonline.fr.