Callaway Arts & Entertainment creates and develops intellectual property of the highest quality across all media platforms: books, computer-animated television series, mobile applications and branded lifestyle products. Working with authors and artists as diverse as Madonna, Irving Penn, Georgia O'Keeffe, David Kirk, David LaChapelle and James Salter, Callaway is renowned for creating media products that combine editorial excellence, fine design, and advanced technology. 

NICHOLAS CALLAWAY founded Callaway Arts & Entertainment in 1980, after four years in Paris, France as Director of Galerie Zabriskie. He received his BA from Harvard University in 1975 with photography studies at MIT with Minor White. For the past 35 years, the company's book publishing division, Callaway Editions, has published over 150 art, photography, design, fashion and children’s titles, including such landmark works as Alfred Stieglitz: Photographs & WritingsGeorgia O'Keeffe ’s One Hundred FlowersIrving Penn’s Passage, Madonna's Sex, Diana: Portrait of A PrincessThe Art of Make-Up by Kevyn AucoinA Nation Challenged: A Visual History of 9/11 and its Aftermath, a series of children's books by Madonna beginning with The English Roses, the Callaway Classics series of fairy tales, and OBAMA: The Historic Journey, co-published with The New York Times.  

 

MANUELA ROOSEVELT has been a book publisher since the late 80s, running companies in Switzerland, the UK and now in the States. Throughout her publishing career, she has overseen the publication of over 300 illustrated non-fiction titles in the subjects of science, history, spirituality, biography, current affairs, art history, and gift titles. She has also authored eight books, which have been published in several languages. In 2013, Manuela co-founded Springwood Media, a producer of leading-edge interactive digital academic learning environments for undergraduate and graduate courses. She is now Editorial Director at Callaway Arts & Entertainment.

 

DANIELLE SWEET is from Portland, Oregon, and graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in Journalism before moving to New York. She has worked at J. Crew and Hearst Publications, and was a member of the team that launched Happy, an app-creation studio founded by Nicholas Callaway in 2013. She is currently the Managing Editor of Callaway Arts & Entertainment and resides in Brooklyn, New York. 

 

TOSHIYA MASUDA is from Tokyo, Japan. He graduated from the Parsons School of Design with a FA. Upon graduation, Toshiya worked as a raphic designer for Callaway Editions, Callaway Arts & Entertainment, and Callaway Digital Art. As an independent designer, Toshiya designs books and apps. He is now Design Director at Callaway Arts & Entertainment.

 

IVAN WONG is from San Diego, California and received his BFA from the University of California Los Angeles. Ivan attended the MLS program at Columbia University and, prior to working in publishing, was the Head of Access Services for the Business and Social Science Libraries at Columbia University. Ivan has worked as the Production Manager for print and digital publishing for Callaway Editions, Callaway Arts & Entertainment, and Callaway Digital Arts, working with such companies as Apple, The New York Times, Knopf, and Condé Nast.

 

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