All posts by Fred Hirschman

Kelsey Sucena

Kelsey Sucena (b. 1994, Honolulu) is a New York based photographer, writer and Park Ranger currently residing on Long Island. As a child Kelsey spent many winters hiking the coasts of Long Island, where storms and rising seas shift and shape the coastline. It is here that Kelsey became fascinated with the concept of impermanence,

Dan Mrotek

Dan Mrotek (b. 1989, Illinois) is an artist based in Chicago. Dan recently received his BA in Photography from Columbia College Chicago, where he was an intern at the Museum of Contemporary Photography. His work explores the lives lived in particular cities and regions of America, largely through the vernacular and built environment. Perhaps best

Jill Blackmore Evans

Jill Blackmore Evans (b. 1993) is a photographer and writer. Born in London, Ontario, she is now based in Toronto. Working mostly with a point-and-shoot Olympus, she aims to document the changing landscape of suburban Ontario. Jill is currently an editor at Format Magazine. This Way You Lucky People Honest Ed’s was a huge, eccentric

Sarah Amy Fishlock

Sarah Amy Fishlock lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland. A graduate of the Glasgow School of Art, she works mainly with lens-based media, found images and publications. Her work explores the relationship between the individual and wider social, historical and political realities, the tension between individual and familial identity, and the problematic nature of memory.

MAP6 Collective

The MAP6 photography collective was established in 2011 with the goal of supporting the making and dissemination of new bodies of work. Comprised of eight members based around the UK, our work is individually diverse, but unified in our deep curiosity for the complex relationship between people and place. MAP6 is committed to creating informative

Sara J. Winston

Sara J. Winston earned a MFA in Photography at Columbia College Chicago in 2014. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally including The Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, Filter Space in Chicago, IL, and the Pingyao International Photography Festival in China. Her work is in the collection of The Joan Flasch Artists’