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Bicoastal MOO Management has signed fashion photographer Jesse Shadoan for exclusive U.S. representation. According to MOO, Shadoan acknowledges a '70s vibe to his work that defines a current trend toward the more natural. "I'm not interested in portraying people as the cold and distant objects we've seen for the last 10 years," Shadoan says. "We're so ready for a change. A warm and soft picture is more approachable, easier for the audience to personally identify with and in the end it sells more product." A typically warm and soft Shadoan shot is seen here. See for more.

Three additions at strategic design company Anthem Worldwide: Carol Citkovic, formerly a senior strategist at Interbrand in New York, joins the L.A. office as senior account strategist; Scott Power, formerly director of new-business development at design consultancy Webb Scarlett in London, joins the L.A. office as client director; and Jean Marie Plumhoff, formerly director of business development at Launch Creative Marketing in Chicago, joins Anthem's Chicago office with the same title.

Dirk Kammerzell, formerly design director at New York's Arnell Group, has joined New York-based branding consultancy TippingSprung as creative director.

Cindy Marks, formerly production manager at Oregon's Chevalier Advertising, has joined Portland marketing communications agency CMD as a print production manager.

Santa Barbara, Calif.-based indie stock house Raw Talent Photo, launched in 2001 by photographer-turned-college professor Bill Robbins, has closed. The company, whose motto was "By photographers, for photographers," had "not been able to penetrate the market to the degree needed to sustain the business or allow for additional capital funding," says co-principal Robin Elledge. Billed as a "safe haven for emerging photographers," the majority of Raw Talent's 100 shooters were art school students or recent grads. "While we have enjoyed many successes, the overall business environment for stock agencies is very competitive," adds Elledge.

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