Fisher’s Net Awards nominees are voted on by an expert panel of judges. After the public voting period ends, the judges are asked to pick the winner from the top performing entries in each category. Once the Judges’ votes are counted, a winner is picked and awarded. We’ve recruited judges who are experts in their respective fields in communications, ministry, and new media.
Dan Rogers is the Creative Director of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and a co-founder of the Imagine Sisters Movement, a national apostolate to expose the beauty of religious life. He has worked as a professional creative for nearly a decade specializing in film, photography, and design. He is currently devoting much of his free time to a multimedia education platform aimed at guiding parishes and Catholic non-profits to communication excellence - the Pathfinder Institute. He is happily married to his Catholic-famous and über creative wife, Christina Mead.
Tricia Dugat has worked as professional graphic designer since 2000 and now runs Providential Co., a shop dedicated to making Catholic goods that are easy on the eyes. She also picked up a BA in theology along the way from the University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX. Tricia is a wife and a mom of six.
Recently graduated from the University of Southern California with an MFA in Film and Television Production, Fr. Vince Kuna, CSC works as a writer and producer of short and feature length content at Family Theater Productions in Hollywood, CA. A couple of short films he produced were official selections at Cannes International Film Festival. He consults on mainstream film and television that contain Catholic and religious content. Currently, he lives and assists at St. Monica's Catholic Church in Santa Monica. In his free time, he serves as a spiritual chaplain for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Marcellino is the Creative Director for Sherwood Fellows Creative, musician and speaker for the Crossroads Pursuit, and co-founder of Catholic Creatives. When he isn’t designing, he can often be found reading fiction, brewing beer, or stirring up trouble. He is a revolutionary and a reformer, and he applies these creative modalities to whatever industry he happens to be working within.