The Magenta Foundation

Established in 2004, The Magenta Foundation is Canada’s pioneering non-profit, charitable arts publishing house. Magenta was created to organize promotional opportunities for artists, in an international context, through circulated exhibitions and publications. Projects mounted by Magenta are supported by credible international media coverage and critical reviews in all mainstream-media formats (radio, television and print). Magenta works with respected individuals and international organizations to help increase recognition for artists while uniting the global photography community.

Magenta Team

Magenta Founder and President
MaryAnn Camilleri

Books and Exhibition Manager
Julien Beaupré Ste-Marie

Photo Editing
Clare Vander Meersch

Editor/Copy Editing
Michaela Cornell

The Office of Gilbert Li

Magenta Communications
Andrea Janius

Social Media Manager
Helen Racanelli

Magenta Magazine
Executive Editor

Bill Clarke

Flash Forward Incubator
Curriculum & Educator

Jenny McCowan

Pittsburgh Regional Organizer
Jake Reinhart

Forbes Anderson LLP

Magenta Board of Directors

The Magenta Foundation board members play a pivotal role in the development, growth and funding strategy of the organization. Each director is a recognized professional in their individual field, bringing their passion, vision and skills to the foundation. Magenta is proud to work with this diverse group of key influencers, and grateful for their commitment to the success of the foundation, emerging artists and all the cities we work with.

MaryAnn Camilleri

Vice President
Doug Wallace

Clare Vander Meersch
Gayle Matthews
Sherrie Johnston
Michael Macaulay











Magenta POP Pittsburgh Committee

Sue Abramson
Associate Professor, Pittsburgh Filmmakers

Divya Rao Heffley
Program Manager, Carnegie Museum of Art’s Hillman Photography Initiative

Chris King
Managing Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers

Jake Reinhart
Pennsylvania-based Photographer

MaryAnn Camilleri
Founder, The Magenta Foundation