Olivier Meyer is a contemporary French photographer born in 1957. He lives and works in Paris, France. His photojournalism was first published in “France-Soir” Magazine and subsequently in the daily France-Soir in 1981. A selection of his black and white photographs of Paris were produced as postcards by “Éditions Marion Valentine,” beginning in 1989.
Mark Ballogg is an acclaimed Chicago photographer: “My work illustrates a need to find order in chaos with representation and creative interpretation held in precarious balance. I’m always looking to go beyond documentation, to elevate the image to a new level of emotional and intellectual vibrancy, to arrange and distill complex disparate elements into a dynamic whole.”