group show 48
Winter Pictures
The Artists


Richard Aldred is a photographer with both commercial and artistic practice, undertaking mostly architectural, editorial, and documentary-style work. Lifelong influences include Maurice Sendak (illustration), Joe Colombo (industrial design), and Lt. Columbo (detective). His work has been published and exhibited worldwide.

Delaney Allen was born in Fort Worth, Texas and is based in Portland, Oregon. His work has been widely published and exhibited internationally, and  resides in collections at the Museum of Modern Art library,  the Beinecke Library at Yale University,  and the Tokyo Institute of Photography. 

Michael Bach resides in Troy New York along with his wife, the painter, Ruth Young. He holds an A.A.S. in Fine Arts with a Photography concentration from the Junior College of Albany, He earned a B.A. in Photography from the Bard College Undergraduate Photography Program. He was awarded a M.F.A. from the Yale School of Art Graduate Photography Program. He has exhibited his work nationally and internationally. His work is held in public and private collections the most notable being the Catskill Center For Photography At Woodstock's Permanent Collection held at the Samuel Dorsky Museum in New Paltz , New York, The Munson Williams Proctor Institute, Utica, New York, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, and Bard College, Annandale on hudson, New York.

Karl Baden's photographs have been exhibited at the Robert Mann Gallery, Zabriskie Gallery, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, The Institute of Contemporary Art, and The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and The Photographers Gallery in London. He has received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Massachusetts Council on the Arts and Humanities. His photographs and visual books are included in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, NYC, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, The Addison Gallery of American Art, and the Guggenheim Museum Library. He is represented by the Howard Yezerski Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts.

Sophie Barbasch is a photographer based in New York City. She earned her MFA in photography from the Rhode Island School of Design and her BA in Art and Art History from Brown University. Selected grants and residencies include the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, the Blue Mountain Center, and a 2016 Fulbright Fellowship to Brazil. She has exhibited internationally.

Sergiy Barchuk was born in Ukraine in 1989. He spent most of his childhood exploring the outdoors in a remote region in rural Russia. Currently, he lives and works in Brooklyn.

Anna Beeke is a documentary and fine arts photographer based in Brooklyn and Los Angeles. She holds an MFA from the School of Visual Arts and a certificate in photojournalism and documentary photography from the International Center of Photography. In 2015, she was included in PDN’s 30 and published her first monograph, Sylvania, with Daylight Books. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally since 2009.

Adam Bellefeuil Born in Michigan and living in North Carolina. For more than 15 years I have worked professionally as a video games designer making noisy explosions. With the camera, I'm concerned with making my own quiet discoveries about the places we live.

Magda Biernat A native of Poland currently based in NYC, Magda Biernat is a contemporary art photographer specializing in architecture and interiors and is the former photo editor of Metropolis Magazine. Her photographs have been published in, among others, The New Yorker, The NYTimes, Interior Design and Wallpaper. Her personal work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. She has been the recipient of several awards, such as the TMC/Kodak Grant, Lucie Foundation Awards and Magenta Foundation.

Priscilla Briggs is an artist based in Minneapolis, MN. She earned a MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. She has received various awards for her work, including multiple MN State Arts Board Grants, a McKnight Artist Fellowship, and residencies at Art Channel in Beijing and the Chinese European Art Center in Xiamen. Priscilla is currently an Associate Professor of Studio Art at Gustavus Adolphus College.

Ole Brodersen Following 11 generations before him, Ole Brodersen grew up on an island-society without cars holding about 40 inhabitants. Son of a sail maker, grandson of a captain, he used to row to school, where the only other pupil joined him in a class of two. Ole first started sailing at the age of six, and has spent most of his life close to the ocean, in constant company of the elements.

Jennifer Calivas I first fell in love with photography through the work of documentary photographers. However, after attempting several projects in this style, I felt that something was falling short. I fought against the impersonal nature of documentary work, not knowing how to incorporate my own voice in a meaningful and coherent way.  This problem is what fuels my work today.

Ana Cayuela Muñoz I was born close to the sea, now I miss the sun, I miss my family and I forgot a bit how is to smile without worry about our world decadence, my bank account or my heart. I studied fine arts, free art and visual communication. My life is about photography, but I doubt right now if thats the way or not...

Penn Chan is a photographer based out of Portland, Maine. He attended the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and received a BA from Bard College for creative writing. He currently works as an artist mentor at The Art Department, a non-profit art studio catering to adults with developmental disabilities. 

Bear Cieri Originally from the Adirondacks of NY, I am currently Vermont based photographer focusing on the social landscapes that surround me.

Lane Coder grew up New Canaan, Connecticut. He studied fine art, photography and art history at Parsons School of Design in NYC and Paris, The Rhode Island School of Design and the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA, where he graduated with a BFA. Lane's clients include: Apple, Vogue, Elle, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Architectural Digest, Ogilvy & Mather,  Saatchi & Saatchi, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute (Permanent Collection.) Lane's fine art work is represented by Clamp Art NYC.

Clarke Condé is a photographer and New York expatriate based in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  

Alexis Courtney  grew up in Delaware. In 2002 she went to college to study advertising photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology. In 2006, she moved to Brooklyn, NY to pursue a professional career. In 2011, she jumped ship to San Francisco so she could pursue a Master of Fine Arts. She currently lives in Richmond, VA, where she's working towards melding those two degrees in to one successful practice. In between San Francisco and Richmond, she lived off the grid in Northern California, with her boyfriend and two dogs. 

Elena Cremona was born to an Italian father and a German mother, and is now living in London as a photographer. The content of her work centers around environmental and landscape coverage, bringing issues around Climate Change into focus, as well as shooting social documentary photography; Often experimenting with a variety of abstract techniques in their formulation. Underlying notions within her work is the exploration of distant memories and the feeling of Nostalgia, as well as increasing problematic social and environmental issues such as the destruction of nature and its irreplaceable landscapes.

Peter Croteau was born in Boston, MA in 1988. Moving many times through various tract house suburbs as a youth gave him a further understanding of the differences and similarities in the landscape across the USA. He became most interested in the concepts of the in-between and the sublime in the landscape and how the two may intersect. He considers himself to be an explorer of mundane spaces looking to transform the everyday into something otherworldly through the use of 8x10 and 4x5 view cameras. Peter received his Masters of Fine Arts in Photography from Rhode Island School of Design in 2012 and his Bachelors of Science in Photography from Drexel University in 2010. He currently lives and works out of Providence, RI.

Katrina d'Autremont is a fine art and editorial photographer based in Philadelphia, PA. Her work has received various awards, including the PDN 30, the Silver Eye Fellowship for Photography, Photolucida's Critical Mass and has been published in a variety of publications including Real Simple, the American Photography, and has been exhibited nationally and internationally. She is often on the road traveling and photographing, most frequently in the West and South America.

Suzanne Delaney has been photographing her friends and family for as long as she can remember. 

Edyta Dufaj was born in 1988. Phd student at Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, Poland. Selected achievements: One of the winners Nikon Photo Contest 2015, Fulbright Graduate Student Awards Nominee 2014, Finalist Adobe Design Achievement Awards in New York 2013, Grand Prix of the International Landscape Photography Biennale 2012.

Adam Ekberg received his MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has recently had solo exhibitions at ClampArt, New York; DeSoto Gallery, Los Angeles; Thomas Robertello Gallery, Chicago; Platform Gallery, Seattle; and Fotografiska, Stockholm, Sweden. His first monograph titled The Life of Small Things was published by Waltz Books (2015). Ekberg lives and works in New Jersey.

Christine Elfman explores the qualities of permanence and change within picture making.  She received her BFA in Painting from Cornell University and her MFA in Photography from California College of the Arts. Her work has been exhibited nationally, and is represented by Gallery Wendi Norris in San Francisco. She has worked extensively with 19th century photographic processes and collections at: Scully & Osterman Studio, The George Eastman House Museum, University of Rochester, and the Berkeley Art Museum.  Elfman’s awards and fellowships include the San Francisco Artist Award, the Murphy and Cadogan Fellowship, and residency at the Constance Saltonstall Foundation. She currently teaches photography at the San Francisco Art Institute.

Sherif Elhage was born on the 25th of March 1980 in Leningrad and raised between Lebanon and Russia by his Russian-Estonian mother and Lebanese father, he now lives in France. This autodidactic photographer employs no corrective methods to his photography. His formal training is in communications, his professional experience ranging from fashion to advertising. His influences include Nicolas de Staël, Edward Weston and Harry Callahan. Sherif seeks to play with the human eye rather than address traditional methods of iconography; his photographs break scenographic conjunctions through optical trickery and a combination of inventive minimalism. 

Sean Ellingson was born in 1982 in Manitowoc, Wisconsin.  He began his photography studies at the Art Institute of Seattle, and went on to receive his BFA in 2008 from the School of Visual Arts in New York City.  His work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally, most recently at Collège des Bernardins in Paris, France in coordination with Société Générale.  His photographs have been published by M&C Saatchi Little Stories and featured in Aint-Bad Magazine.  Additional online features have been included on sites such as Flak Photo, Humble Arts Foundation, Landscape Stories, Problemata Physica, The Latent Image, and Feature Shoot.  He is currently based in Tai Hang, Hong Kong where he has been living and working since 2012.

Celeste Fichter holds an MFA in Photography and Related Media from the School of the Visual Arts in New York City. She has had solo exhibitions at the Point of Contact Gallery at Syracuse University, Go North Gallery (Beacon, NY), PH Gallery (NYC), and the Boyden Gallery at St Mary's College, MD. Her work has also been included in group exhibitions at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Islip Art Museum and the Bronx Museum of Art. Her work has been reviewed in the New York Times and the Village Voice. She lives and works in Brooklyn.

Mark Fitton was born in Foxborough, Massachusetts and lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He recently received his BFA in Photography from Parsons, the New School for Design. His practice explores performance, identity, and sexuality that exist within familial relationships.

Jorge Fuembuena has been exhibited internationally. He has published in specialized journals such as EXIT, GUP Magazine, Fotografía Magazine, OjodePez, EFE24 and 30y3 Spanish Photography andhe is currently represented by la Galerie JeanMichel Jagot (Chalon-sur-Saône, Bourgogne. Francia) , Galerie Frey ( Viena. Austria), La New Gallery (Madrid) , Addaya Art Contemporani (Mallorca), Carolina Rojo ( Zaragoza) , La Carbonería ( Huesca) , by MataderoMadrid and by Plainpicture agency based inNew York, París, Londres and Hamburgo. His work can be found in private and public collections such as the Spallart Collection, Nancy Novogrod Collection, Polly Meyer Collection, Jessica Levy Collection, Rafael Tous Collection, Los Bragales Collection, DKW Collection, orAlcobendas Art Center Collection, the largest in spanish photography.

Matthieu Gafsou (CH, 1981) lives and works in Lausanne, Switzerland. After completing a master of arts in philosophy, literature and cinema at the Université de Lausanne, he studied photography at the School of Applied Arts in Vevey. Since 2006, Gafsou has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions, and published a four photobooks. In 2009 Gafsou was awarded the prestigious “Prix de la fondation HSBC pour la photographie” and subsequently was invited to contribute to the Aperture Foundation's 2010 reGeneration2 exhibition. In 2014, Lausanne’s influential Musée de l'Elysée hosted Gafsou’s solo show titled Only God Can Judge Me. In parallel to his artistic practice, Gafsou is on faculty at the University of Art and Design Lausanne (ECAL).

Hal Gage is a photographer based in Anchorage, Alaska. 

Tim Georgeson is a multi-award-winning photographer, film maker and creative director whose visual approach is raw and real. Tim's experience shooting in war zones, punk squats, rock concerts, boudoirs, and on streets around the world, has given him unique insight into the human condition, which he has honed into a very powerful tool for the relatability of advertising. His approach has garnered his work an international reputation for art and ad campaigns that stir. 

Robert Gill is a visual artist and educator working in multiple platforms of lens-based media. His photographic efforts include fine art, photojournalism, documentary (film/still) and duration performance art. As a Teaching Assistant at Harvard University’s Visual and Environmental Studies program, he received the “Harvard University Certificate of Distinction in Teaching.” His fine art photography has been exhibited and collected around the U.S. as well as abroad, in France, England, Russia, and Brazil. 

Julia Gillard is a graduate of the International Center of Photography’s Photojournalism and Documentary Studies program. Her work has been exhibited at The Brooklyn Museum, The New York Historical Society, The International Center of Photography, Capricious and Powerhouse Gallery. She is the photo editor of the Diner Journal and lives in Brooklyn.

John Goldsmith I am a fine art photographer based in Vancouver, Canada. My personal work follows a long tradition of straight photography but in a contemporary and often theatrical mode, and examines the authenticity of life in picture. It is photography portraying a true account of a moment within a medium that manipulates the spatial and temporal reality. My photographs are featured regularly at exhibitions including the Capture Photography Festival, Format Festival, Third Floor Gallery, and the Head On Photo Festival. My artwork has been featured in numerous printed and online publications including 01 Magazine, LPV Magazine, and SHUTR Fotomagazine. I’m a founding member of the Collective. 

Lauren Grabelle My work falls in the matrix where fine art and documentary meet; where I can tell truths about our relationships to other people, animals, nature, and ourselves. My work is about empathy.

Joshua Dudley Greer (b.1980 Hazleton, PA) earned a BFA from MICA and an MFA from the University of Georgia. His photographs have been exhibited throughout the United States in venues such as the Knoxville Museum of Art, Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Ogden Museum of Southern Art and Catherine Edelman Gallery. He is currently living in Johnson City, Tennessee where he is a visiting assistant professor of photography at East Tennessee State University.

Jahel Guerra Jahel is a Venezuelan photographer based in London. She’s been on an ongoing exploration of language and identity through personal projects since getting her first camera, when she was 17 yrs old. She thrives in nature, prefers natural light and often turns to see the magic of the mundane. Jahel has an special interest in travel diaries, which for her mean both a new visual experience as well as unique inner journey. 

Tytia Habing lives and works in Watson, Illinois very near where she grew up on a working farm. Having spent most of her adult life living in the Cayman Islands, she moved back to her roots a few short years ago. She holds degrees in both horticulture and landscape architecture and is a self taught photographer. Tytia's been published in Lenscratch, Black + White Magazine, Shots Magazine and National Geographic to name but a few. Her work has been featured in solo and joint exhibitions nationally and internationally. Most notably, her work has been shortlisted for both the Black and White Photographer of the Year 2015 sponsored by Leica and Critical Mass 2015.

Alexi Hobbs is a freelance photographer living and working in Montreal. His work, diaristic in nature, revolves around the exploration of ambiguously implied narratives emerging from the juxtaposition of images, where tension rises from the layering of possible meanings. In 2012, and again in 2013, Alexi was selected as a winner in the Magenta Foundation's Flash Forward competition for emerging photographers. Alexi also regularly shoots editorial work for a variety of publications. 

Adam Hoff (b. 1978) Raised in Wheaton, IL, a suburb of Chicago, and earned my BFA from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2002. I now live in Brooklyn NY.

Jon Horvath’s interdisciplinary practice adapts systems-based strategies to photography, performance, and new media works. His work is influenced by American literature, pop culture, and his interest in the unfixed nature of a photographic experience. Currently, Horvath is working on a project concentrating on traditional mythologies of the American West and the vanishing roadside geography of a small town in rural Idaho.  Horvath teaches in the New Studio Practice program at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design.

Kevin Hoth I have used traditional and digital photographic technologies creatively since 1995 and have exhibited photography, digital images, video, and solo performance work in over 70 exhibitions around the U.S. I have taught design, digital art, and photography at many reputable universities around the country. I now teach full-time in the Technology, Arts, and Media program at The University of Colorado.

Ellen Jantzen I don’t consider myself a "photographer" but an image-maker, as I create work that bridges the world of photography, prints and collage. As digital cameras began producing excellent resolution, I found my perfect medium. It was a true confluence of technical advancements and creative desire that culminated in my current explorations in photo-inspired art using both a camera to capture imagery and a computer to alter, combine and manipulate the pieces. My work is shown and published internationally; I just learned that I am one of 15 women photographers chosen to receive the Julia Margaret Cameron Award!!!  This is quite a distinction in the photography world honoring women photographers!!! Along with the honor, I’ve been asked to participate in the Berlin Biennial taking place from October 4 to October 29, 2016. I was also awarded First Prize, Fine Art in the prestigious PX3, Prix de la Photographie Paris for my series "Transplanting Reality; Transcending Nature". My work has been shown in galleries and museums world-wide as well as numerous web-based sites. I am represented by, among others, the Susan Spiritus Gallery in Newport Beach CA and the Bruno David Gallery in St. Louis MO. My work can also be seen on my website:

Eirik Johnson Seattle-based artist Eirik Johnson has exhibited his work at institutions including the Aperture Foundation, NY, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston MA, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, and the George Eastman House, Rochester, NY.  His monographs include “Borderlands”, Twin Palms, and “Sawdust Mountain”, Aperture.  Johnson’s work is in the permanent collections of institutions including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Seattle Art Museum, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX.

Dede Johnston Growing up in Vermont, Johnston developed an early passion for snow laden alpine landscapes. Johnston studied photography at The Black and White School of Photography, London. She has had solo exhibitions in LondonKitzbuhel and Verbier.   She has exhibited at the London Art Fair with TAG Fine Arts and since 2013 has shown at Eleven Gallery and Photo London 2015. Johnston’s work has appeared in several publications, most recently in Lens Culture and Harpers Bazaar.

Phil Jung was born and raised in the Lower Hudson Valley of New York. Jung received a BFA in Photography from The San Francisco Art Institute and an MFA in Photography from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. His artwork has been featured in numerous publications including The Boston Globe, Incandescent, The Photo Review, Mossless, and Kiblind Magazine in France. He was a recipient of the TMC Kodak International Film Grant in 2009 and Saint Botoph Foundations Emerging Artist Award in 2013. Jung has participated in exhibitions throughout the United States including The Griffin Museum of Photography in Massachusetts, Houston Center for Photography in Texas and Foley Gallery in NYC. His work is in the permanent collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Phillip Jung currently lives and works in both Honolulu and Boston. He teaches at the University of Hawaii throughout the school year and at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design through the summer. 

Melissa Kaseman received her BFA in photography from the California College of the Arts in 2005, after studying Contemporary Photography at the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Utrecht, Netherlands. She was named to the PDN30 in 2009. Since then her work has been exhibited at the NewSpace Center for photography, SF Camerawork, and was an artist in residence at Minot State University in her home town of Minot, North Dakota. She currently lives and works in Oakland, California.

Katrin Koenning is a German-born, Melbourne-based photographer with a particular interest in our physical and emotional connection to place and to that which surrounds us. She regularly exhibits both nationally and internationally, including at festivals such as the Noorderlicht, FORMAT, Athens Photo Fest, PhotoIreland, New York Photo Festival, HeadOn and others. Katrin’s work has been published in Photographers’ Sketchbooks, Hijacked III, The Guardian, The New York Times, GUP Magazine and Der Spiegel amongst others. She has won a number of awards, including the 2015 Daylight Photo Awards, Australia’s Top Emerging Documentary Photographer, and the 2012 JGS Annual Artist Award.

Fred Lahache Self-taught, Paris. I have enjoyed publications with my past works in Ain't Bad magazine (online+paper), Pik Magazine, Synonym Journal, Scroll, some online features like Paper Journal, Selektor, Latent Image, ThisisPaper, Boooooom, SPBH, It'sNiceThat, and more; I also contribute to Freunde von Freunden, Brownbook mag, and other editorials, and I had a show at Galerie Madé in Paris in 2013.

Gillian Laub is a photographer and filmmaker based in New York. Her feature documentary film Southern Rites (HBO), as well as theaccompanying book (Damiani 2015), examines race relations in a small Georgia town. 

Patty Lemke is the current Resource Editor for the photography blog, Lenscratch. Her work has been exhibited in galleries through out the United States.  Known primarily for her work with plastic cameras, Ms. Lemke works with both film and digital images.

Morgan Levy is a freelance photographer currently living in Denver, Colorado. Originally from Philadelphia, she lived and worked in New York and San Francisco for many years and has a degree in photography from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. In recent years her editorial work has been featured in US and international publications including the New York Times and the Guardian. Her fine art work has been included in numerous exhibitions including a solo show at the Gulf & Western Gallery, group exhibitions at the New York Photo Festival, the Invisible Dog Art Center, and the Winkleman Gallery. Her work was selected for AI-AP 31 and Review CENTER Santa Fe. She was awarded the 2015 Lucie Foundation Emerging Photographer Scholarship.

Carson Lynn I use photography to visualize the unknowable and to blur the line between reality and virtual reality. 

Brittany Marcoux is a photographer living in Boston, MA. She received her BFA from the Maine College of Art in 2010 and is pursuing her MFA in photography at MassArt. She has exhibited at the Danforth Museum of Art, AS220 in Providence RI, and Nave Gallery in Cambridge MA. Marcoux is currently a teaching assistant in the Visual and Environmental Science department at Harvard University. 

Andy Mattern is a visual artist whose work focuses on unintentional aspects of experience and the limits of human control. His work has been exhibited at the Center for Contemporary Arts in Santa Fe, Photo Center NW in Seattle, and Candela Gallery in Richmond, Virginia. He holds an MFA from the University of Minnesota and a BFA from the University of New Mexico. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Photography at Oklahoma State University.

Henna Mattila is a Finnish photographer who works predominantly with landscape photography, experimenting with printing techniques, photomontages and still lifes. Mattila’s artwork deals with the notions of romantic melancholy, memory and aesthetics of landscape. She lives and works in Whitstable, on the coast of South East England.

Paula McCartney makes photographs and artists’ books that explore the idea of constructed landscapes and the way that people interact with and manipulate the natural world. Her work is included in numerous public collections including the Museum of Contemporary Photography, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Museum of Modern Art’s Artist Book Collection.  Silas Finch published her second monograph, A Field Guide to Snow and Ice, in 2014.

Bobby Mills My work explores the complexities and subtleties of light and form within the natural landscape.

Paolo Morales is a photographer. Exhibitions include the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography, Kings Highway Library, Pingyao International Photography Festival, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, and ClampArt, among others. Residencies include Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. He received a BFA from The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University and an MFA in Photography from Rhode Island School of Design. He currently teaches in the Department of Visual Arts at The Potomac School.

Chelsea Mosher received her MFA from California State University, Long Beach (2014) and her BA with Honors from Portland State University in Portland, OR. Her work explores the slippery space of landscape and how the perception of that space is mediated through photography to suggest truth or reveal new fictions. She works in the in-between-spaces, where cultivated and wild areas. She is currently visiting faculty at CSULB and UCLA. Mosher lives in Long Beach, CA.

Robin Myers was born and raised in Houston, Texas and is currently based in New Haven, Connecticut. She received her BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and is an MFA candidate in Photography at the Yale School of Art.

Alex Nelson was born in New York in 1989 and raised in a small town in Maine. She received her BFA in Photography from the Fashion Institute of Technology. She lives in Brooklyn and works for photographers Susan Meiselas and Nan Goldin while continuing to pursue her own photographic projects. Her work has been exhibited in New York and featured and published internationally. 

Chris Norris lives and works in Madison, Wisconsin. He occasionally shows photographs in galleries, makes prints, and publishes books and zines. He is a founding member of, an international photography collective.

Bob O'Connor is a Boston based photographer that photographs the spaces where people work and live.

Cian Oba-Smith (b.1992) is an Irish Nigerian photographer from London.  His work focuses on communities and subcultures around the world with a particular interest in approaching subjects that are often misrepresented and presenting them in a different light. The relationship between human experience and environment is at the core of his projects. His photographs can be found in a variety of places including FT Weekend Magazine, The Guardian, Dazed & Confused, Vice and others. 

Richard Petit Tbilisi - Kolga Photo, Bordeaux - Itinéraire des Photographes Voyageurs, London Art Fair, Paris - Slick, Pierrevert - Jury Award, Paris - Fotofever, Epinal - Musée de l’Image, Strasbourg - La Chambre, Berlin - Exposure 12 Gallery, Lannion - L'Imagerie, Phnom Penh - MRPF festival, Arles - Voies Off, Montpellier - les Boutographies. Represented by Galerie Voies Off. École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie - Master in Philosophy.

Sarah Pfohl An artist and teacher, Sarah Pfohl lives and works in Mount Pleasant, MI, where she teaches at Central Michigan University. Sarah is currently working on a book of drawings that examine issues of teaching. The book is under contract with Information Age Publishing.

Paula Prats is a spanish photographer who received a BA from the Polytechnic University of Valencia in 2011. Afterwards she obtained a grant to work at the National Museum of Photography in Reykjavik. Her work has been exhibited individually and collectively participating in shows in Spain, UK, Canada, Mexico and Iceland and featured in sites like Phases Mag, Aint-Bad, YET Magazine or The Latent Image.

Jussi Puikkonen is based in Amsterdam, but even though adapting quickly to the big city antics in the small-town-seeming surroundings, you can still detect the Finnish influence of someone who grew up in rural Finland. You can take the man out of Jokioinen but you can't take the mud off his boots.

Matt Rahner recently received his MFA from the University of Missouri at Columbia, after receiving his BFA from Columbia College in 2010. Mr. Rahner's latest work, Eminent Domain, has been shown as a solo-exhibit at the Genevieve Guldner Gallery, in Kansas City, The Red Lady Gallery, in Kansas City, the Bingham Gallery, in Columbia, Missouri, and in September of 2015 was displayed at the Elder Gallery located in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Rachel Rampleman is a Brooklyn-based artist and curator best known for her work challenging gender stereotypes and constructions of “feminine” identity. Her work has been shown at BAM, Socrates Sculpture Park, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, Cleopatra’s, Flux Factory, CEPA, the Shanghai Biennale (Brooklyn Pavilion), JAM (Thailand), S.M.A.K., OFFoff, Monte Arts Centre (Belgium), and C/O Berlin, The Secret Cabinet (Germany). She is currently preparing for a solo exhibition at These Things Take Time in Ghent, Belgium.

Bandia Ribeira I am a Spanishphotographer based in UK. I have received my BA (Honors) in Documentary Photography at the University of South Wales in Newport. I have been working previously as a press photographer and volunteering as a photography teacher workshop in a prison in Barcelona. My interests in photography are related to contemporary issues and cultural expressions in Western societies , having the human being as a center.

Olga Rodina lives in Moscow. She likes to travel around her great country and takes photos. She is a participant of the project CREATIVE UNION «TROYKA, a cultural and ethnographic research project performed in different parts of Russia. They go back to their roots, learn our traditions and get to know the everyday life of "timekeepers". While away from home, they realized their unity with the characters they chose thanks to the shared roots, language and elation. To cut it short, despite all differences, they can understand each other.

Serrah Russell is a visual artist and independent curator, living and working in Seattle. She uses instant film, found imagery and digital photography to create works of collage, photography and sculpture. Employing the malleability of the photographic image, her work often investigates the relationship between subject and surrounding, as visualized in the merging of body and landscape. Russell received a BFA in Photography (2009) from the University of Washington and has mounted solo exhibitions in Seattle, WA; Portland, OR; Vancouver, B.C.; and exhibited in group exhibitions in Los Angeles, CA; New York, NY; Miami, FL; London, England; and Athens, Greece. Additionally, Russell is a co-founder and director of Violet Strays with Alyssa Volpigno, an online curatorial project with an emphasis on temporality and artist experimentation. She also works as managing partner and curator of Vignettes with founder, Sierra Stinson and served on the 2014 and 2015 curatorial team for the NEPO 5K.

David Schalliol is an assistant professor of sociology at St. Olaf College who studies the transformation of urban centers. His writing and photographs have appeared in such publications as Design Observer, The New York Times, and Social Science Research, as well as in numerous exhibitions, including the Belfast Photo Festival and the Museum of Contemporary Photography’s Midwest Photographers Project. Utakatado published his first book, Isolated Building Studies, in 2014.

Matthew Schenning is a Brooklyn based photographer originally from Baltimore, MD where he spent his youth playing in the abandoned spaces under highway overpasses. While seeking to understand his own relationship to his surroundings he interjects a bit of humor and poetry into the imagery of the everyday.

Anya Schiller (1988) is a multidisciplinary artist working on the fields of personal photo and video art documentary. Based in Saint-Petersburg (Russia).

Jay Seawell is a photographer based in Washington, DC. He earned his MFA in Photography from Columbia College Chicago in 2013. His photographs have been included in numerous exhibitions in the United States as well as the Pingyao International Photography Festival in China. Seawell is a two-time nominee of The Baum Award for An Emerging American Photographer (2014, 2016). His work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Photography.

Tod Seelie: has photographed in 25 countries on five different continents. Originally from Cleveland, he relocated to Brooklyn in 1997. Tod has exhibited work in solo and group shows around the world and at Mass MoCA and the Philadelphia Art Alliance. In 2013 Tod published his first book of photography, BRIGHT NIGHTS: Photographs of Another New York, with Prestel Publishing. The book chronicles 15 years of living and shooting in NYC.

Nate Larson &  Marni Shindelman’s collaborative practice investigates the data tracks we amass through networked communication.  Numerous publications have featured their work including Wired, The Picture Show from NPR, the New York Times, and the British Journal of Photography. Their work is in the permanent collection of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, the Orlando Museum of Art, and the Portland Art Museum. Flash Powder Projects released their first monograph in January 2016.

George Slade is a writer, reader, and occasional maker of images. He is the founder and director of TC Photo, a Minneapolis-based nonprofit dedicated to connecting photographs, artists, and communities through public programs.

Brant Slomovic is a Canadian photographer based in Toronto. His long form documentary projects employ landscapes and portraits, exploring a personal relationship to narratives of cultural identity. His approach turns the lens on details of subtext, yielding images characterized as quiet and contemplative. Brant’s work has appeared in a variety of publications, including: Incandescent, the FlakPhoto Collection, and The One’s We Love Project.

Jonathan Smith studied in the United Kingdom at the Kent Institute of Design (KIAD) and the International Center for Photography in New York. He had his first solo show titled Untold Stories at Rick Wester Fine art in September 2010. He has also participated in group exhibitions at the Ariel Meyerowitz Gallery and PowerHouse Arena as well as having a one-person exhibition at The International Center for Tolerance Education of The Bridge Project, a series of photographs of New York. He has been the recipient of a number of awards for his work including The Hearst Biennial Award (January 2011), The Magenta Foundation, Flash Forward award (May 2010), the PDN Annual Awards in the Personal Category (May 2010) and the Photography Book Now Blurb award (September 2008).

Jolanta Sopek I take pictures of sensations rather than stories.

Isabella Ståhl is a swedish photographer who's work has been published in several online and print publications including GUP Magazine, Somewhere Magazine and Burn Magazine. Her work is exhibited in galleries such as the Museum of Photography in Stockholm, Menier Gallery in London and Kasher|Potamkin Gallery in New York. 

 Doug and Mike Starn   Doug and Mike Starn, American artists, identical twins, born 1961. First having received international attention at the 1987 Whitney Biennial, the Starns have been primarily known for working conceptually with photography, and are concerned largely with chaos, interconnection and interdependence. Over the past two and half decades, they have continued to defy categorization, effectively combining traditionally separate disciplines such as photography, sculpture, architecture-most notably their series Big Bambú. 

Heather Sten is a photographer based in New York. She is attracted to shooting portraits of people, dogs and the things she sees around her. Much of her work deals with peculiarities feelings of uneasiness and the sublime. 

Andrejs Strokins was born in Latvia, and holds a BA degree in graphic printmaking from the Art Academy of Latvia. In 2006, he started work as a professional photographer for local press photo agencies. Since 2011, he has worked on a freelance basis, and continues to pursue documentary projects based on the daily life of ordinary people.

JJ Sulin I grew up in a working class suburb of Chicago, graduated from the U of I with a liberal arts degree. More recently I worked as the creative director for Canteen Magazine from 2008-2015 and I currently work as a freelance photographer.

Remi Thornton One can only wonder what Remi Thornton would be doing if his first Digital SLR had been delivered during daylight hours. But because UPS dropped by after dark, the earliest exposures captured by Thornton were necessarily long ones. Using only atmospheric street lighting, he has developed a style that some have referred to as “…the epitome of proper creepy.” Thornton lives in Melrose, Massachusetts, with his wife and a heavily photographed Chihuahua/Pug mix named Winnie Cooper.

John Toohey Born in Australia, after living and working in Asia an Turkey I moved to Montreal, where I am currently finishing a PhD in art history at Concordia and teaching courses in the history of photography.

André Viking is a Danish photographer currently living and working in Copenhagen, Denmark. He graduated from Copenhagen Photography School in 2012 and from The International Center of Photography in 2014. He is right now part of two group exhibitions - "The Artists' Autumn Exhibition" in Copenhagen and "Illuminate" at The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins. His work has been featured in HotShoe Magazine, Secret Behavior Magazine, GUP Magazine and more.

Anna White is a photographer located in Brooklyn, New York. She attended the International Center of Photography in 2013 and has worked as a freelance photographer since graduating from the General Studies program.  

Thomas Wieland is a photographer from Munich, Germany. After having worked for quite some time as a historian of science and technology at university he finally quit his job to follow his long standing passion for photography and the visual arts. A particular focus of his work is on our built environment.

Amani Willett is an artist and photographer based in Brooklyn. He received his MFA in Photography, Video and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts. In 2013 his monograph, Disquiet, was published by Damiani. Amani’s photographs have been collected in the books Street Photography Now (Thames and Hudson) and New York: In Color (Abrams). In print, his images have been featured in publications such as American Photography, Harper’s, Newsweek and The New York Times.

Alan Winslow is a photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. He has shown work at institutions such as the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Triennial of Photography Hamburg, International Photo Festival Leiden, the DUMBO Arts Festival. He is a 2015 Artist in Residence in Everglades Fellow. He teaches photography at International Center for Photography as well as at The Maine Media Workshops and College. His personal work revolves around the exploration and documentation of intentional subcultures and communities.

Rachel Wolfe was born and raised in the open spaces of the rural, American Midwest. She has trained in photography, writing, design, dance, yoga, and sociology, and worked professionally in these areas as well. After receiving an MFA from Otis College of Art and Design, she moved to Oslo, Norway, where she learns Bokmål, and continues work in the development of her practices and projects.

Jacob Yeung is a documentary photographer living in Chicago (USA). Many of his projectsset out to vignette the breadth of daily life within specific cultures and regions. By engaging others through visual storytelling, he hopes to encourage empathy, introspection, and curiosity for others.