2023 ALBUM ARTWORK OF THE YEAR | Emy Storey (Art Director, Designer, & Photographer), Becca McFarlane and Pamela Littky (Photographer) | | The JUNO Awards

Emy Storey

Art Director, Designer, & Photographer

Emily “Emy” Storey (born March 31, 1981) is a Montreal-based art director, graphic designer and illustrator. Born in Kinderhook, New York, Storey moved to Montreal to study Design Art at Concordia University, where she received her Fine Arts degree in 2003. Storey’s company, Storey Elementary, produces graphic and website design, develops logos, ads, promotional items, band merchandise and album art for clients that include Showtime, Atlantic Records, Warner Music Group, Sanctuary Records, Vapor Records, Maverick Records and Superclose Music. Storey has also designed limited edition shoes for DC Shoes and Macbeth Footwear. Storey has worked with several non-profit organizations as an organizer and as a graphic designer. She is co-founder of Revel and Riot, an LGBT organization.

Becca McFarlane


Rebecca is an illustrator and graphic artist based out of Montreal, QC. She specializes in creating bold designs for web, print, and apparel. Currently, she is the lead designer at The Carboardbox Project where she gets to create work for bands like Arcade Fire, Lord Huron, Sharon Van Etten, Arkells, and more. As a freelancer, she enjoys collaborating with other performers and is interested in creating more editorial work

Pamela Littky


Los Angeles based photographer Pamela Littky has been producing award-winning, iconic images of high profile personalities for over fifteen years. Spontaneous and disarming, intimate and unpretentious, her portraits capture well-known subjects in seemingly unguarded moments. Littky’s unique relationship to her subjects and sense of humor has left an indelible imprint on her work.In between shoots of world-famous actors and musicians for top commercial and editorial clients, Littky pursues personal projects that show a decidedly less glamorous but completely compelling side of American culture. Her work has been shown in various exhibitions around the world.

Her first monograph, Vacancy, about the communities in two small towns located at opposite sides of the Mojave Desert was published to critical acclaim (Kehrer Verlag Sept. 2014). Her second monograph, the Villa Bonita, (Kehrer Verlag Sept 2016), was picked by Vogue Magazine as one of Spring 2016’s Best New Books.

In 2019, Littky released her first feature length documentary, Most Likely to Succeed, to critical acclaim. The film follows the lives of four teens voted “Most Likely To Succeed” during their senior year of high school and filmed for a decade.