Jeff Pearcy photographing on location in the Philippines    Rainera Lucerno photo

 Meredith Watts with "One Dance Three Photographers" dancers from UW-Milwaukee   Jeff Pearcy photo

Meredith Watts with "One Dance Three Photographers" dancers from UW-Milwaukee   Jeff Pearcy photo

 Rikki Thompson

Rikki Thompson

Jeff Pearcy

Jeff Pearcy is the organizing photographer of "For Good" Photography.  He is the owner of Jeff Pearcy Photography, LLC in Milwaukee, WI.  He has over thirty years of experience as a photojournalist.  He has experience working both internationally as well as within the United States.  Pearcy has previously worked as the Chief Photographer of a daily newspaper and is a member of the National Press Photographers Association.  He has been the Executive Director of two non-profit organizations and is a retired Certified Association Executive, CAE.  He has an in depth understanding of the non-profit and association community.

"I am a Unitarian-Universalist.  The organizations we choose and the projects we engage reflect the UU principle of the inherent worth and dignity of all".

Meredith watts

Meredith W. Watts is a retired social scientist from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, now working as a photographer, yoga instructor and researcher.  During his academic career he specialized in European politics, and research methodology, and build a large archive of photos from his research travel in Europe.  He has received research awards from the National Science Foundation, a Fulbright award to study neo-Nazism and racism in post-unification Germany, and an award from the American Political Science Association for an internet-based course he developed n racism and homophobia.  He has been a visiting professor in Israel, Germany, England and several universities in Germany and the United States, and was visiting professor in the College of Criminal Justice at Northeastern University.  He is currently the photographer and social scientist in an ongoing research project with his wife on Afro-Brazilian and Catholic popular celebration in Northeast Brazil.  His photo work has appeared on a number of websites of Brazilian festival groups and, locally, in various publications and advertisements related to dance.  Recently, his photos have been exhibited in the Boerner Botanical Gardens, the Leenhouts Gallery, various member exhibitions of the Coalition of Photographic Artists, in Fine Arts Gallery in Milwaukee, and in photo exhibitions n the Museum of Wisconsin Art and the Walkers Point Center of the Arts.  He is fluent in German and reasonably functional in Portuguese.

Rikki Thompson

Photography is the most wonderful way to spend your life. 

I have tried to understand the sense of wonder, the attempt to organize chaos, the truth of relationships and the thrill of seeing what I sensed in each image and pass that on to the viewer. 

I was an art major/journalism minor who had a studio for seventeen years and then made over forty films and freelanced for the next thirty years.  Worked on Major productions, taught in several colleges, was artist-in-residence a few times in wonderful locations.  Worked with the National Park Service, contributed my images to non-profits, and freelanced internationally.  And I am still trying to understand this great need to pass it on. 

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