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Emily Earl : Late Night Polaroids

  Emily Earl is a photographer based in Savannah, GA. She graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2007 with a BFA in Photography. In 2014, she…

Tianqi Liao

Though born in China in the year of 1997, Tianqi found herself spending the majority of her adolescent years growing up in southwest England. In 2015, she threw herself across…

Deandra lee

Deandra Lee was born on December 1, 2000, in Cleveland, Mississippi. She began her journey around seven years ago without knowing what her future had in store for her. For…

Natasha Polozenko

Natasha is an Illustrator and Consultant originally from Sydney, Australia. She holds a Master’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and works as an Innovation…

In Conversation: Tatum Shaw on “Plusgood!”

Tatum Shaw is a photographer born and raised in Cartersville, Ga. He moved to Portland in 2004 to work as a copywriter at the advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy. Now…

iris haverkamp begemann

Iris Haverkamp Begemann (Dordrecht, 1989) is a photographer based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Growing up she has always been shooting film, especially pictures of her loved ones. Now, she’s mostly…

In Conversation With Melissa Schriek

Melissa Schriek (1992) is a Dutch photographer who studied documentary photography at The Royal Academy of Arts in The Netherlands. The last year she has worked on several projects like…

Kreshonna Keane

Kreshonna Keane is a New York born and raised photographer that is focused on exposing societal discrepancies and shining a light on the beauty that so many miss every day.

In Conversation With Beatriz Valim

Beatriz “BEACASSO” Valim, is a Brazilian-American Photographer and Digital Artist, based in Los Angeles. At a young age, Beatriz enjoyed drawing, painting, and writing stories. Practicing these different art mediums…

Conrad Valone

Conrad Valone is a San Francisco based, but often itinerant, fine artist. The twenty-two-year-old photographer graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2018. Much of her work…

Photo Bill of Rights

Created by Black women and women of color, an initiative to protect photographers. This document brings attention to the pervasive issues surrounding health, safety, access, bias, ethics, and finance throughout…

Willam Brown

William A. Brown’s experimental work is about art and the photographic image. His videos try to be a hybrid form using conventions from still photography and motion pictures. His current…

Meet The Editors

July 10th, 2020 Aint–Bad is not perfect. In recent times we have heard your calls for restructuring Aint–Bad from within.   In a world that is ever-changing, we too recognize our…

Meet our Editor: Sydney Gillum

Sydney Gillum is a photographer from Lakeland, Florida. She is a Senior at the Savannah College of Art and Design and is working towards a BFA in Photography with a…

Meet our Editor: Naequa Petermon

NaeQua Petermon fourth of six children, born in Chicago, Illinois, of the biological parents of both which were drug addicts. NaeQua early arrival was adversarial, but she was not defeated.…

Meet our Writer: Natalia Perez

Natalia Perez is a writer, a recent journalism graduate, and an empath currently residing in the Boston area. A native New Englander, she’s fond of seltzer, autumns in Boston, and…

Meet our Editor-In-Chief: Emerald Arguelles

Emerald Arguelles is an internationally recognized fine art photographer based in Savannah, Georgia. She takes pride in conveying black people of various walks of life in the true essence of…

Meet our Editor: Elliot Linden

Elliot Linden (b.1997) was raised in Glasgow, Scotland. He began with a passion for Acting which he would later go on to study and would, just last year, graduate from…

Meet our Editor: Barry Daly

Hi, my name is Barry. I am the oldest of six, born and raised in Orlando, Fl. I’ve lived in six states, I moved to southern California at the age…

Blackout Tuesday

June 2, 2020 Aint–Bad is not perfect. As an organization, we have not always used our platform to the best of its ability. We recognize the need for voices to…

American South Update

Open Letter – May 10, 2020 We recognize the serious curation oversight for the American South edition. We sincerely apologize. Aint-Bad accepts responsibility, however, please know there were never any…

American South Update

Open Letter – May 10, 2020 We recognize the serious curation oversight for the American South edition. We sincerely apologize. Aint-Bad accepts responsibility, however, please know there were never any…

American South Update

Open Letter – May 10, 2020 We recognize the serious curation oversight for the American South edition. We sincerely apologize. Aint-Bad accepts responsibility, however, please know there were never any…

Kevin Williamson

Kevin Williamson is a photographer and BFA candidate at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. A move from rural New York to Boston for school has influenced the way that…

Adam Geary “Slow Gaze” – Book Review

The Slow Gaze photobook takes a look beneath the cracks of our increasingly fractured lives. Lives in which the ‘home’; itself a shelter to our consciousness, has become a fragile…

Ellen Stewart

Ellen Stewart is a fine-art photographer living and working in London. Stewart graduated with a Photography degree from the Arts University Bournemouth in 2019. Presently, she is undergoing the first…

Michael Amato

Michael Amato is a fine art photographer, emerging artist, and a Hilla Rebay Post Baccalaureate Fellow at Trinity College in Hartford Connecticut. Much of his work carries a central theme…

Bree Lamb

Bree Lamb is an artist, educator, and editor based in New Mexico. She received her MFA in Photography from the University of New Mexico. Bree is a Beaumont Newhall/Van Deren…

Pascal Haas “TEL-AVIVIS” – Book Review

The photography book TEL—AVIVIS shows Jewish and Arab Israelis on the beach of Tel Aviv. The portraits capture the urban hedonism of young men of different backgrounds, with a focus…

What We’ve Found: Covid-19

Hi everyone! We hope that you and loved ones are continuing to stay safe and healthy. It’s been a month since I posted the initial covid-19 call for entry, and…

Joe Nigel Coleman

Joe Nigel Coleman (B. 1987) is a photographer from Melbourne, Australia. Inspired by artists from the Romantic era, there is a painterly quality to his work, an ethereal or other-worldly…