Jack Dziamba (Dzamba) is principal photographer and president of Icron Image International, Inc., a company devoted to fine art photography. He has won numerous awards for his work. Among them is an award for his Cubist image, Melissa, in B&W, which was presented with the 7th Annual Black and White Spider Awards Nomination in the Professional Fashion category at the prestigious Nomination & Winners PhotoShow. The awards Jury included judges from National Geographic, and the Tate Gallery, London.
Also, his image, Melissa, this time in color, won First Place, for Professional Fashion Photography in the International Pollux Awards for October 2011 and Honorable Mention for the year in the 2011 Pollux Awards. Melissa, in Color, was shown at the 2012 International Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography Exhibition in Buenos Aires.
Jack’s work was also chosen as an Official Selection, 2010 Paris Photo Competition. His work has won Honorable Mentions in the 2008 International Photography Association (IPA) Photographer of the Year Awards, the 2008 Prix de la Photographie Paris, Human Condition Competition, and the 2007 Prix de la Photographie Paris Competition.
His image, Remembrance, taken at the Louvre in Paris, was chosen in a National Juried Competition in 2003. In 2010 his image, Not Alone, from his book, Paris in Boston, (2008) (Amazon) was chosen in another National Juried competition. Both Competitions were judged by the Director of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) Artists Gallery.
Jack’s work has been exhibited in solo shows in New York City, Boston, and San Francisco, and in group shows in those cities, and in Le Pecq, France. In 2010, his work from Paris in Boston was shown in Le Pecq, France, outside Paris, and six of his images were selected for permanent installation by the city of Le Pecq.
Also in 2010, his work from the series , Paris in New York, Boston, and Paris, was shown in New York City in a solo exhibit at Paula Barr chelsea,(now S&I Chelsea), where he has had annual solo exhibits since 2008. Also in 2010, he premiered his Women in Tuxedos series, at PaulaBarr Chelsea in New York City.
In 2011, work from the Paris in New York Series was shown at S&I Chelsea, in New York. His work has also been published.
In another vein, (which he enjoyed immensely!), Jack collaborated and provided the images for the performance of the noted pianist, Tania Stavreva , at Galapagos Art Space, Dumbo, Brooklyn, New York on May 10, 2012.He also writes a blog on Fine Art in the New Media at whitherthebook.wordpress.com.http://icron.us/