Arthur Meyerson is recognized as one of America's finest photographers. For over 30 years, professional assignments have taken him around the world. His fascination with light, color and the moment continues and has culminated into an impressive body of personal work as well. American Photo Magazine named him as one of the top photographers in advertising and on three separate occasions, he has been recognized as Adweek’s Southwest Photographer of the Year. He is also included in “The World’s Top Ten Annual Report Photographers” by Communication World.
Besides a listing in Who’s Who, his awards include gold medals from the New York Art Directors Club, the Art Directors Club of Houston, the Dallas Society of Visual Communications, Photo/Design Magazine and the prestigious Stephen Kelly Award for his work on the Nike advertising campaign. Arthur has also been named by Nikon to their “Legends Behind the Lens” website.
Meyerson’s photographs have been collected and exhibited internationally and he has been featured in many publications including Communication Arts, Graphis, Digital Photo Pro, Photo Design, Zoom (France), Rangefinder, Portfolio, Idea (Japan), Novum (Germany), Photoworld (China), Fotodigital (Portugal), Texas Highways and Camera Arts.
A photographer with a strong commitment to his profession, Arthur teaches photography workshops and participates in speaking engagements throughout the U.S. and abroad. He is a member of the Advisory Council for the Santa Fe Center for Photography as well as serving on the Board of Advisors for the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops.
Partial client list includes: Coca-Cola, Disney, Nike, Apple, National Geographic, Lanai (Hawaii) Tourism, NFL, Compaq, Russell Athletic, United Airlines, Alfred Dunhill, Shell, Transamerica, Conde Nast, Texas Tourism, Norfolk Southern, American Express, Nikon, Eastman Kodak, Bank of America, Levis and Motorola.
Dr. John M. Slopis, Medical Director of the Neurofibromatosis Department at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas, answers the top questions asked from friends of Reggie Bibbs's Facebook page.
Series investigating the extremes of discrimination. Each episode brings together two people often defined by the way they look - one has a facial disfigurement, the other an intense preoccupation with their appearance.
Twenty-one-year-old beautyholic and drama student Gary Thompson meets 47-year-old Reggie Bibbs from Houston, Texas.
Gary has spent up to £31,000 in the last five years on looking good. He wants to have a nose job and look like Kim Kardashian.
Reggie has one the world's most extreme cases of neurofibromatosis, a condition where tumours grow all over the body.
Gary learns about Reggie's past and how he spent 30 years hiding from other people.
Reggie sends Gary to watch a rhinoplasty operation and he sees a surgeon breaking a patient's nose. He also meets Tammy, a former rhinoplasty patient whose operation went wrong and who now has no sense of smell as a result. Will Reggie persuade Gary not to have a nose job?
Featuring: Reggie Bibbs and Gary Thompson
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