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Meet the April contest judge

Posted by Teresa Hanafin  May 19, 2011 08:26 PM

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Michael Cevoli is a Providence-based photographer and educator.

Michael CevoliHe's a recent graduate of the master's program at the Rhode Island School of Design, where he received a master of fine arts degree in photography with honors. He received a bachelor of fine arts degree from the same institution and studied at the Art Institute of Boston for four years.

Michael has taken photos for book covers, been an artist-in-residence at the New Bedford Whaling Museum, and is a contributing photographer for Rhode Island Monthly Magazine. His work is in several museum collections, he has won several photography awards, and has taken part in innumerable shows and exhibitions. He also has taught photography.

He's currently a photographic assistant and technician for several commercial photographers in Boston, Providence, and New York City, both in-studio and on location. You can see his portfolio and read his complete resume here.

Michael is judging your photos Friday. Since there were just 60 entries in the Humor category, we'll dispense with the Final 50 or Final 25 and go right to the Top 10. I'll post those on Monday.

Meanwhile, the May "Reflections" contest is going strong; enter here.

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