Move Press Retains Renowned Photographer John Segesta

Publisher of fast-growing magazines peloton and 3/GO retains visionary photographer

(South Pasadena, Calif.)- In keeping with their vision for publications featuring instantly memorable images of the highest quality, Move Press has retained world-renowned photographer John Segesta as Director of Photography.

Beginning May 1, Segesta will provide exclusive editorial photography for current Move Press titles peloton and 3/GO as well as future projects.

"Bringing an artist of John's caliber on board builds upon the reputation for visual excellence we are developing with peloton and 3/GO," said Move Press founder Brad Roe. "His work is immediately recognizable and we eagerly anticipate developing unique photographic signatures for current and future titles."

Segesta is a commercial and editorial photographer with over 200 magazine covers to his credit. In addition to numerous bicycle manufacturers, his clients have included Powerbar, Pepsi Beverages, Quaker Foods and Snacks, Gu Energy, Shimano, SRAM, and fi'zi:k, as well as various apparel labels and shoe
makers. His advertising and editorial work has appeared in myriad newsstand titles and Segesta was recently selected by jurors to appear in the forthcoming 2011 Communication Arts Photography Annual 52.

"I was immediately impressed by the distinct quality of the Move Press titles upon their launch," said Segesta. "I have had a long, gratifying history of working with Creative Director Tim Schamber and consider him a top talent in the industry. I'm truly looking forward to working with him and the other members of the Move Press team."

About Move Press
Move Press was founded in 2010 by industry veterans with a track record of success. Through quality print titles, video, online and film, Move Press produces outdoor sports, fitness and endurance content delivered in a variety of innovative formats. peloton and 3/GO are their first two media properties. Funding for Move Press' efforts comes from a Southern California-based investment firm created by a group of
cyclists, triathletes and runners who have made a long-term commitment to build and support the Move Press platform. With encouraging results in the first year, Move Press' backers are bullish on continuing to expand the new media company's efforts, including developing new media platforms and
titles.