Founder & Creative Director
Bill Horin is a professional photographer headquartered in Linwood, N.J. He has a high profile within the south Jersey creative community. He founded two magazines dedicated to the arts: ArtBeat and Envision Arts Magazine. For the past decade, his work in both photography and publishing has increasingly involved other artists. Most recently, he collaborated with three southern New Jersey artists to create a multimedia exhibition for the Noyes Museum of Art.
Sharon Leonard Kiefer
Sharon Leonard Kiefer thrives on organization and a busy lifestyle. In addition to her efforts for ArtC and Strobe, she is celebrating her twentieth year as director of Gallery 50, Inc. in Bridgeton. After graduating from Drexel University with a degree in design, Sharon worked in advertising and visual merchandising in Philadelphia. Her love of ceramic art began at the Clay Studio and Fleisher Art Memorial while living in the city. The former teacher and art instructor lives on an organic farm in Greenwich, where she raises sheep and chickens and works in her ceramic studio. Her pride and joy are her four daughters and one granddaughter. Hobbies include yoga, biking and travel.
Editor & Content Director
Based in Petersburg, N.J., Sal Emma is a professional writer experienced in editorial, copywriting and creative concept development. Versed in writing for vehicles in print, online, electronic and the spoken word, he has written for organizations in commerce, government, not-for-profit, editorial and academia. He was a frequent contributor to Envision Arts Magazine.
Based in the Philadelphia suburbs, Bill Milnazik is a designer and art director with broad experience in many industries, including pharmaceutical, financial, high-tech, consumer and editorial. He was art director for Envision Arts Magazine. A master of visual language, Bill uses color, image and typography to draw on feelings, emotions, or experiences. He believes a strong concept along with strong execution can create a powerful message.
For Frank Weiss, it’s all about getting the shot. He’ll do just about anything to capture the image he envisions – occasionally even putting expensive equipment at great risk. A self-dubbed “Visual Adventurer,” he honed his visual storytelling skills photographing the Afghani people during his overseas service with the U.S. Air Force. Since then, he has expanded his palette to film and video. Frank is putting his unique point of view on ArtC’s video production –tenacious in pursuit of perfection.