Roger Guetta Joins The App Whisperer As A New Columnist


We are delighted to welcome Roger Guetta as a new Columnist to Roger’s work was recently featured at the LA Mobile Art Festival 2012 held at the Santa Monica Art Studios, where he presented both framed pieces and an installation. Roger’s work has also been exhibited at the  Giorgi Gallery in Berkeley, CA; First Annual iPhoneography Miami Exhibition at Artspace, Gallery Miami, Large Format Show at Los Angeles Center For Digital Art 2012. Roger was included on iPhoneogenic’s list of the 50 Top Mobile Photographers/Artists of 2011 and has been featured in P1xels, The App Whisperer, Lys Foto Magazine and many other popular mobile photography websites. He has also had one-man shows both in Montreal and Toronto and will be showing soon at The Garden Gate Center in Berkeley, California as part of The Third Wave Show. He is currently a professor of communications in Montreal.R

Roger Guetta’s Column will be called The Guetta Fringe his sometimes ‘off the cuff,’ other times’ ‘formal investigations’ will reveal how smart the smart phone is. He will push limits by demystifying inherent creative capabilities of this wonderful hand held artistic tool. All with humour, sassiness and downright passion.

We recently welcomed Richard Gray, Misho Baranovic, Dan Marcolina, Keith Tharp, David Hayes, Teri Lou Dantzler, Richard Koci Hernandez, Rudy Vogel, Kevin Kuster, Laura Peischl, Dilshad Corleone, Mel Harrison, Star Rush, Catherine Restivo, JQ Gaines and Cindy Patrick as Columnists to theappwhisperer and we will have a few more announcements to make very soon.

We are growing at a phenomenal rate and trying to include as much unique content and variety from the mobile photography world as our readers can possibly digest, you really don’t need to go anywhere else!

Please join us in welcoming Roger to theappwhisperer family, welcome…


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7 thoughts on “Roger Guetta Joins The App Whisperer As A New Columnist”

  1. Great news. I have been following Roger Guetta’s Tumblr for a while and I love his work, really breaking the boundaries of creative imagination. I hope his columns will contain a few tutorials as well, and I look forward to reading them.

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