Professor Joseph Mullan Wins 2011 Precision Image Competition
Caption: Joseph Mullan’s winning photograph titled "Enigmatic Man," taken of Peter Paton a Maine resident.
“The image should evoke emotion, tell a story, and capture the moment with a sense of style,” Mullen writes on his website.
Part-time faculty member and Professional Photographer Joseph Mullan won the “2011 Precision Image Competition," sponsored by Maine Media Workshops and Zeiss USA. It was limited to the 2011 Maine Media Workshop students and required the image be made using the Zeiss lens. Artists submitted work in two areas: documentary and narrative short films, and still images ranging in genre from fine art to documentary and commercial photography. The grand prize winners in each category received a selection of premier Zeiss SLR lenses and a Maine Media Workshop tuition scholarship. The winners were announced at the Annual Maine Media Party at B&H in Manhattan, Wednesday, October 26.
“I worked to produce and image that met my esthetic requirements but would also showcase the high quality of the Zeiss lenses,” Mullan said. “I am extremely grateful to have had the opportunity to attend the Maine Media Workshops and to be the 2011 Precision Image Competition winner in still photography. Thank you Maine Media Workshops and Zeiss USA for a life-altering, aesthetic, learning experience.”
Mullan teaches photography at Wesley and is an accomplished commercial photographer from the Wilmington area for the last 28 years. To see more of Mullan’s work click here.