Meet the 2022 Juried Exhibit Jury

Introducing our jury of photography professionals 2022 Themed Juried Exhibit.

Entries are being accepted until February 1st, 2022 at 11:59 pm.
To enter, click here> 2022 Themed Juried Exhibit: Monochrome,

Bill Hornbostel

Bill Hornbostel is a journalist and fine art photographer based in Port Hope, Ontario. His artwork focuses primarily on landscapes and architecture. He has exhibited in locales such as the Colborne Art Gallery, the Art Gallery of Northumberland, the Visual Arts Centre of Clarington, and the Elaine Fleck Gallery in Toronto. He has also exhibited in events such as The Artist Project and the CONTACT Photo Festival in Toronto, the SPARK Photo Festival in Peterborough, and the CLIC Photo Show in Picton, Ontario.

For more information, you may visit Bill’s website,


Sam Moss

Sam Moss is a professional editorial and portrait photographer, specializing in commercial photoshoots for musicians. Her work has appeared in a variety of notable publications including the Globe and Mail, the CBC, University of Regina Press, and Photographers Without Borders to name a few. Sam currently works out of Thunder Bay, Toronto, Ottawa, and Peterborough, but worked internationally in our pre-pandemic world.

Visit @mossworks to check out Sam’s portfolio.

Arnold Zageris

Arnold Zageris has won many awards for his work and has exhibited his photographs in public and private galleries across Canada including the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, the Canadian Museum of Nature, the Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa, and The Rooms in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. He is the author of three books: On the Labrador (2013), Antarctica (2016), and Iceland (2020) all published by Fitzhenry and Whiteside. His work is in private, corporate, and public collections including that of the National Gallery of Canada, the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, and the Art Bank of Canada. He now lives in Peterborough Ontario with his wife Joan. He still travels to remote places, but when not working he spends his summers on Lake Kanasuta close to his home town of Noranda, Quebec.

Visit Arnold’s website