All posts by Anna Brody

Jefferson Lankford

Jefferson Caine Lankford is a documentary and fine art photographer based in North Carolina. He uses a range of photographic techniques within his work including alternative, analog and digital practices. Jefferson earned his BFA in photography at East Carolina University in May of 2016, and during his undergraduate career he also attended the Australian National

Gillian Hyland

Born in Dublin in 1982, artist and photographer Gillian Hyland lives and works in London. Describing herself as an image maker, Hyland personally composes every aspect of her pictures, a skill gained from 14 years in the visual arts industry, as a stylist, art director and set designer. This diverse background helped her realize and

Nick Halstead

Nick Antony Halstead (born in London, 1981) is a self-taught photographer currently residing in Birmingham, UK. His work is contemplative and deliberate, and focused on capturing the emotive qualities of his surroundings. Nick’s work has been exhibited in Birmingham, featured in Another Place and Format Magazines, and published in Volume 14 of Subjectively Objective’s Mini

Marcus Drinkwater

Marcus Drinkwater (b. 1992, Canterbury, Kent) received his BA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography from the London College of Communication and has been working as a press photographer in the London area for the last two years of his degree to help cover tuitions fees. Drinkwater is interested in the concept of contemporary British community

Abbey Hepner

Abbey Hepner is an artist and educator investigating the human relationship with landscape and technology. Her work explores ethical gray areas where humanity and industry collide, illuminating the increasingly common use of health as a currency. She received degrees in Art and Psychology from the University of Utah and her MFA from the University of

Quentin Devillers

Quentin Devillers grew up surrounded by fine art and audiovisual productions, and he didn’t escape his educational fate: the art of framing the light. Having practiced photography since his youngest years, he has experimented with a huge variety of ways to capture the instant from Stenope to medium-format, but his need to focus on content

Tyler Haughey

Tyler Haughey (b. 1988, Ocean Township, NJ) received a Bachelor of Science in Photography and Art History from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. He was awarded an Individual Artist Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts in 2015, and was selected for inclusion in Photolucida’s Critical Mass Top 50 in 2016. Recent

Eric Omori

Eric Omori is a Los Angeles based artist who received his B.F.A. in Photography from California State University, Long Beach. Struggling with depression has hindered his daily life but has also given him new insight, which now fuels his need to create. His most current work “Theatre Of War” examines the Southern California paintball and

Ellie Tsatsou

Ellie Tsatsou (b.1987, Athens Greece) is a photographer & interdisciplinary artist, whose work explores notions of home & intuition. She seeks to capture glimpses of peace, kindness, synchronicity, and simplicity mainly through the use of digital and analogue photography, film, editing and writing. Her practice focuses on observation and presence, placing emphasis on relationships between

Clare Hewitt

Clare Hewitt is a photographer based in London. After completing a degree in law, she went on to study Commercial Photography at the Arts University College at Bournemouth. She found that both subjects relate to a complex interest in human beings, their habits, behaviors and interests, and through photography she could explore this in a more observational