Category: From Here On

Kyler Zeleny

Kyler Zeleny is a Canadian visual sociologist. He is interested in Found Images from family albums, conscious/unconscious construction of ‘deviant cultures’, alternative culture movements, and how this defines and influences social policies. His personal interests in photography, which is reflective of his rural upbringing relates to open space, landscape portraiture, and the archeology of rural

Daniel George

Daniel George is an artist and educator, whose interests in photography are in land interpretation and use, and how these things reference culture. His work has been exhibited nationally, and has been featured in numerous online publications, including Fraction Magazine, Feature Shoot, Flak Photo, and Oxford American: Eyes on the South. He is currently based

Joe Rudko

A recent graduate of Western Washington University’s BFA program, Joe Rudko has exhibited in Portland, Seattle, and Bellingham in the Northwest, as well as been included in exhibitions in Los Angeles, Memphis and New York.  His work has been featured in The Stranger, Dust Magazine Online, Beautiful Decay and Juxtapoz Magazine Online.  Today we share his

Tatum Shaw

Tatum Shaw is a photographer and advertising copywriter originally from Cartersville, GA, currently based in Portland, OR. He most recently published a book in the form of a postcard set, documenting a road trip through the south, entitled Wonderland Trail. When he is not creating photographs, he creates ads for clients such as Nike, Apple,

Thomas Bouquin

Thomas Bouquin is a French born photographer currently living and working in Montreal, Quebec. Thomas’ work primarily examines the relationship between man and the landscape, and how elements such as history, memory and personal experiences can influence and modify our perceptions of these places. Visually, he is working within the gap between photographic subjectivity and documentary traditions. His work

Peter Byrne

Peter studied at The Newport School of Documentary Photography in Wales. After graduating he worked with numerous national and international clients as an editorial photographer based in the North of England. More recently Peter has dedicated his time to travelling whilst exploring the art of medium format photography.  He has exhibited various works in galleries

Christopher Nunn

Christopher Nunn is a Yorkshire based photographer who divides his time between England and Ukraine. Whether he is depicting a person’s struggle with Alzheimer’s, or a changing and turbulent Ukraine, his photographs beautifully communicate a personal take on these diverse subjects. Whilst not defining himself as a documentary photographer, his work outwardly appears to fulfill

Paula Prats

Paula Prats is a Spanish photographer who received a BA from the Polytechnic University of Valencia in 2011. Her interest in photography and traveling led her to expand her studies in the universities of Emily Carr Art and Design in Vancouver and Middlesex University of London. In 2012, she obtained a grant to work at the National Museum

Sean Ellingson

Sean Ellingson was born and raised in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. He studied Photography at the Art Institute of Seattle and the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He has exhibited his work both nationally and internationally, most recently at Collège des Bernardins in Paris, France in coordination with M&C Saatchi Little Stories and Société

PUTPUT

PUTPUT is an interdisciplinary artist duo operating primarily within the field of contemporary art photography, sculpture and publishing. Established in 2011 by Stefan Friedli (CH) and Ulrik Martin Larsen (DK) and currently based in Copenhagen, PUTPUT is the visual and conceptual meeting of two minds, a collaboration in thought and practice. Today we share a