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Joe Calleri’s Images Published in “Storyteller” Book

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NORTHCOTE, AUSTRALIA, April 24, 2012 / – Australian fine art photographer, Joe Calleri, is extremely pleased to announce that the images from his “Conversations on a Train” photographic series is now included and featured on pages 22 and 23 in the newly released, 154 page book, “Storyteller”, published by The Worldwide Photography Gala Awards (WPGA). 

The “Storyteller” book, which is available in both soft and hard cover, tells compelling stories through the powerful medium of pictures, and features stunning photography from more than 90 talented photographers from around the world. Each contributing artist has 1 or 2 pages featured and displaying their work in this publication.

The “Storyteller” book can be previewed on the WPGA website www.thegalaawards.com, and the book can be seen by clicking on the Books Tab in the upper main menu of the header. Pricing and ordering information is also available at the website.

The Worldwide Photography Gala Awards (WPGA) provides for juried competitions for professionals and amateur photographers from around the world to compete in the WPGA Annual Award for the WPGA Photographer of the Year Award and the Humanitarian Documentary Grant. In addition to conducting this Annual Award, WPGA hosts other juried competitions throughout the year.

About Joe Calleri:

Joe is an Australian live performance and fine art photographer, whose intimate, exciting, colorful and dramatic images have been juried into several gallery shows across Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Joe’s theatre publicity images have featured in major Australian publications including The Age, The Herald Sun, MCV and Real Time.

Joe has experience with many types and styles of photography, and has won numerous national and international awards for his images. You can explore some of Joe’s other work at http://www.redbubble.com/people/joecalleri.



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