Founder of and Editor-in-chief of Fotorater Magazine – Marc Cameron

Marc Cameron

Once the cover boy for the World Cub Scouts Association (circa 1992/93), Marc sacrificed boy band stardom and the opportunity to appear on the cover of Just Seventeen, for a career as a young media mogul. Something he doesn’t regret to this very day (OK, maybe a little).

Marc founded Se7en – an award-winning print and online magazine (supported by Time Out and Dame Anita Roddick), which interviewed Christian Bale, George Clooney, Iman, and Vampire Weekend. As a contractor editor for’s websites, he boosted its Cars website’s statistics by nearly 200%.

He’s also the co-creator of web phenomenon the Light Graffiti Cars – featured in the Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail and Top Gear. And he’s one of the youngest ever people to appear in the Observer Magazine’s The Innovator section.

Launch and Technology editor: John Johnston

John Johnston

John Johnston is video producer at AOL UK. When not filming or editing something he can be found trying to find the latest tech and culture news.

John doesn’t like writing his own bio, but we can reassure you he’s very good at what he does.

Music editor: Jennifer Jaconelli

Jennifer Jaconelli

Jennifer is a freelance writer from the UK based in Wellington, New Zealand. After completing her Masters at Leeds University in 2009, she started writing for New York ‘PRIM. Magazine’. Since then, she has written for various online publications including Se7en Magazine, Brainer Magazine, Hit The Floor Magazine and Canvas Magazine. Jennifer has interviewed renowned New York fashion label Vena Cava, the illusive Rad Hourani, Ministry of Sound and a number of emerging recording artists. She also freelances in the marketing sector, producing copy for London based PR agency, Marvellous Communications. Jennifer is passionate about contributing to Fotorater and bringing engaging articles from the music industry to its readers.

Launch sub-editor and contributor: Danielle Belton

Danielle Belton

With two million readers in less than two years, Belton is best known as the editor/writer of her pop culture-meets-politics blog The Black Snob. The site has a readership spanning political junkies, journalists, fellow bloggers, political pundits, authors, academics, legislators and political strategists. Belton and her site has earned widespread critical acclaim, appearing in The New York Times, Time Magazine, The Observer (UK), The Daily Beast, NPR, and has also been a featured guest on CNN, ABC’s Nightline and Good Morning America, NBC’s Today Show, MSNBC’s The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell and makes regular appearances on PBS’s To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe and NPR’s Tell Me More with Michel Martin.

Film editor: Adam Ezagouri

Fotorater Creative and Technical Director: Mel Cheng

Mel Cheng

Mel has worked in both corporate and media sectors and has a broad knowledge of application development. She has worked with the likes of RBS, Royal Sun Alliance & Norwich Union, where she later became a consultant in enterprise CMS systems. Big players such as Dare, AKQA & Iris Digital took her onboard as a Technical Manager – a role that required her to transform multi-disiplined teams from nothing into production machines. She is currently working for the phone giant, Nokia.

Photography consultant: Mike Blackett