Category: Article

Daniel W. Coburn

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Daniel W. Coburn lives and works in Lawrence, Kansas. His work and research investigates the family photo album employed as one component of a visual infrastructure that supports the flawed ideology of the American Dream. Selections from his body of work have been featured in exhibitions at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art and

Across State Lines – “Brass Balls & Shopping Malls”

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THE UNITED STATES ARE   BEGINNING TO LOOK THE SAME   The United States easily could be separated in to 57 states – give me a permanent marker and I will scratch up some revised state-lines. Splitting up Texas in to a collection of smaller states and, shit, we’ll have not just one but handfuls of states sporting

Lauren Oliver

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Lauren Oliver is a native New Yorker whose initial training in fashion design sparked her interest in photography. Her works are mostly a mixture of still lifes and self-portraits. She derives her inspiration from memories, colors, and textiles. Photography is her avenue to making her childhood memories tangible: events, people, and traditions. Lauren earned a

Camila Cossio

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Camila Cossio’s photographic work specializes in architectural and interior fine art photography. She recently received her MPS in Digital Photography from the School of Visual Arts. Her clientele has included the top architectural firms in, her native, Mexico City, and been published in such magazines as Domus, Glocal, Architectural Digest, and The Robb Report. This work

Marissa Villacampa

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Marissa Villacampa is a 22-year-old photographer born and raised in a small, suburban town in New Jersey. She graduated this past May from the School of Visual Arts with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Photography and Video. As a young girl, Villacampa’s appearance read more masculine rather than feminine which differentiated her from the

What We’ve Found:
Baby, I Love You

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Hey Baby! We’re excited to release the results of our latest ‘What We’ve Found’ Call for Entry. What we’ve found is that the naked human body is the most common idea of love, sex, heartbreak, whatever. The intimacy achieved in the submissions feels fabricated as the camera acts like another set of eyes in the

Alex Grabiec

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Alex Grabiec is an artist based out of rural Virginia where he lives with his wife and son. Born in 1984, Alex earned a BFA in Photography from Longwood University in 2007 and an MFA in Photographic and Electronic Media from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2016. He is interested in how a

The Inimitable Otherness of Stacy Kranitz

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Today we have the honor of showcasing this article and interview with Stacy Kranitz written and conducted by Michael Adno. Michael is a photographer himself and a very talented writer. I have recently had the opportunity to get to know Michael and his work. You’ll see more of him later on the website. But for

Melissa Kreider

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Melissa Kreider (b. 1993) is an MFA student at the University of Iowa and holds a BFA in Photography from the University of Akron. Melissa’s work examines sites of sexual violence against women and how the justice system archives these reports as well as the evidence that is collected. Melissa explores these subjects by traveling

Marcus DeSieno

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Marcus DeSieno is a lens-based artist who is interested in how the evolution of photographic technology has changed our relationship to the natural world. Antiquated and obsolescent photographic processes are often combined with contemporary imaging technologies in his work to engage in a critical dialog on the advancement of photography in relation to seeing. DeSieno

Kari Wehrs

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Kari Wehrs is a photographer and educator currently living in Tempe, AZ and attending Arizona State University for her MFA in photography. As a child, Kari spent hours flipping through her Grandmother’s family photo albums that dated from the late 1800s to the mid 1900s. The photographs were compiled neatly, often with handwritten notations, which