Support Category Nominees Announced

17 Oct Support Category Nominees Announced


Winners to be presented Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014, 7 p.m., arrivals 6 p.m. at Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall, NYC

Los Angeles, CA (Oct. 17, 2014) – The 12th Annual Lucie Awards present this year’s Support Category Nominees from which six individuals or organizations in the creative community will be recognized on Sunday, November 2, at Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall, NYC.  Tickets are on sale at All nominees have proven essential to the process of crafting the exceptional images that are celebrated at the Lucies.   The nominees for the Support Categories are:

BOOK PUBLISHER OF THE YEAR (awarded to publisher):

Phaidon for The Seventh Dog

Rizzoli for Gregory Crewdson

Glitterati for Photographer’s Paradise: Turbulent America 1960-1990 / Jean-Pierre Laffont

21st Editions for Fashion: Sheila Metzner

Aperture for The Sochi Project: An Atlas of War and Tourism in the Caucasus

Taschen for National Geographic: Around the World in 125 Years 

CURATOR/EXHIBITION OF THE YEAR (awarded to curator):

Dr. Sam Lackey for Philip-Lorca Dicorcia Photographs 1975 – 2012 at The Hepworth Wakefield

Cynthia Young for Capa in Color at International Center for Photography

Tarnya Cooper for Bailey’s Stardust at The National Portrait Gallery

Susanna Brown for Horst: Photographer of Style at The Victoria and Albert Museum

Julian Cox for Anthony Friedkin: The Gay Essay at The De Young Museum

Pamela Franks for Jazz Lives: The Photographs of Lee Friedlander and Milt Hinton at Yale University Art Gallery

FASHION LAYOUT OF THE YEAR (awarded to magazine publications):

Vogue Italia  “Tutti gli scrittori”  photographed by Paolo Roversi

Harper’s Bazaar for Unmistakable, Unforgettable, Always In, Fashion: Icons by Carine Roitfeld photographed by Sebastian Faena

V Magazine for The Power of Pop photographed by Steven Klein

Love Magazine for Wizard photographed by Tim Walker

W Magazine for The Movie Issue photographed by Juergen Teller

M Le Magazine du Monde for Mystère à Brooklyn photographed by Peter Lindbergh

PHOTOGRAPHY MAGAZINE OF THE YEAR (awarded to publisher):

The British Journal of Photography, UK

Aperture Magazine, USA

1000 Words Magazine, UK

Foto 8, UK

Der Greif, Germany

Blow Photo, Ireland

PICTURE EDITOR OF THE YEAR (awarded to picture editor):

Alessia Glaviano, Senior Photo Editor, Vogue Italia

Ken Geiger, Deputy Director of Photography, National Geographic

Patrick Baz, Picture Editor and Photo Manager, Agence France Presse

Mary Cooney and Alvin Horn, Picture Editors, Los Angeles Times

Glen Barber, Picture Editor, The Denver Post

Stacey D. Clarkson, Picture Editor, Harper’s Magazine


JWT Mexico for, “When you take pictures with a cell phone any call could get in the way. Canon. Photos well taken.” Client: Canon. Creative Director: Andres Martinez. Photographed by Ale Burset.

R&R Partners for, “My Cloud” Client: Western Digital. Creative Director: Scott Murray. Photographed by Markku Lahdesmaki.

Lowe Ginkgo, Montevideo, Uruguay for “Portraits Against Oblivion” Client: Amnesty International. Creative Director: Gabriel Román. Photographed by Carlos Porro.

Juniper Park Toronto, Canada for “Defend Press Freedom” Client: Canadian Journalists for Free Expression. Creative Directors: Terry Drummond, Alan Madill, Barry Quinn. Photographed by Todd Mclellan.

Publicis Conseil Paris for “Wildlife is Back in Town”  Client: Paris Zoo. Creative Director: Olivier Altmann. Photographed by Ronan Merot.

Alma DDB Miami for “Only Stains Should Disappear” Client: Green Works. Creative Director: Luis Miguel Messianu. Photographed by Ale Burset.

The Lucie Awards are a celebration of photography’s greatest achievements the world over and this year crowns fall Photo Week. The Lucie Foundation and the global photography community will recognize this year’s extraordinary honorees and the talented winners from the 2014 International Photography Awards (IPA) juried competition – the Foundation’s sister-effort.  Awards presented will include: Lucie Honorees, IPA prizes, Support Category Awards, a special tribute to those in the industry who have passed on and the APA/Lucie Foundation Scholarship Prize in the amount of $5,000 to a professional to further advance a personal project.

The 2014 honorees will join the distinguished group of 99 prior photographers honored and include:  Jane Brown–Lifetime Achievement Award, Carrie Mae Weems–Achievement in Fine Art, Nan Goldin–Achievement in Portraiture, Pedro Meyer–Visionary Award, Nick Ut–Achievement in Photojournalism and Martin Parr-Achievement in Documentary.

The Lucie Awards are the culmination of a weekend of events leading up to the big night including the IPA’s Best of Show exhibition and party and the Lucie Lectures Series in partnership with Phase One and En Foco.  Tickets for The Lucie Awards are on sale at