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Frank Aiello, a native of Brooklyn, NY, developed a passion for art through his father, a classical painter. After his BFA in Photography from St. John’s University, Frank went on to receive an MFA in Photography from Brooklyn College, studying under Walter Rosenblum and Aaron Siskind. During his studies, he assisted such highly acclaimed photographers as Joyce Tenneson and Ryzard Horowitz. His career began shooting publicity and promotion for Kennedy Airport, followed by several years of supervisory positions with leading photo houses in New York City.
In 1985, he opened his first studio in Manhattan and thereafter, moved his studio to Englewood, NJ, where he has remained for the last 18 years. Frank has produced award-winning work for clients such as NYNEX, EverReady, Hasselblad, Kodak, Mead Johnson, and Bertek and his clients include such names as Kraft Foods, Unilever, A&P, Panasonic, CBS, McDonald’s, Samsung, Benjamin Moore Paint and Wal-Mart. He has earned write-ups in American Photography Magazine, Photographer’s Forum, Contemporary American Photographers, Industrial photographer, and The Best Medical Advertising and Campaigns, being noted for his detailed, choreographed lighting as well as his sense of space, touches of movement, and energized characters.
In addition to his commercial career, Frank has taught beginner through advanced courses in several colleges and universities and is presently teaching photography at Bergen Community College. Frank was officially endorsed by Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital for his fine art series entitled “Power Within: Women Battling Breast Cancer” receiving a Silver Medal Award from ADCNJ.
Frank Aiello is presently an APA member currently shooting for apparel industries, corporate identity, pharmaceutical development and food promotions. advertising photography has also segued into project management, web development, video production and digital manipulation.
Ellen Denuto, I have been watching the world through a camera for as long as I can remember which began seriously as an art student in college. Initially using myself as a model when brilliance came in the middle of the night- my personal vision and photographic voice began to emerge.
When I am not busy shooting, you can find me teaching others how to. My purpose is to help others find their voice whether guiding them to see life through the lens of the camera, or by telling their stories through my photographs. In addition to a successful photography career I am also a certified K-12 Art teacher holding a BA and MA in Education and Photography. This has allowed me to teach photography on all levels, and hired to work with schools in the creation and instruction of photography programs. I presently consult and adjunct at NYU’s School of Continuing Education,The College of St. Elizabeth and the Deron School for the Handicapped. My workshops and lectures have been presented to PPA and ASMP- NJ Chapters, The Hallmark Institute of Photography, and other institutions in the tri-state area.
I am a founding member, past president and current VP of the ASMP-New Jersey Chapter. Other professional affiliations have included Minolta, Ilford and Agfa Corporations, The Image Bank, Photonica and Getty Images.
Please visit my website at: http://www.ellendenuto.com
Peter Poremba, current owner and President of Dynalite has been with Dynalite for over 32 years. Over those years he has worked at almost every position there. Being hired right out of Union high school in 1979 he started out as the shipping clerk and tried his hand on the assembly line, then as production manager, purchasing agent, vice president and finally president of Dynalite. His knowledge of lighting and photography has enabled him to develop and design lighting products that meet the demand of the creative professional photographer.
Peter purchased Dynalite in 1997 from Comet Lighting of Japan and has since moved the company to within 2 blocks of Union High where it all started for him.