All posts by Kelia Anne

What We’ve Found:
All You Can Eat

Hey, We’re excited to introduce the next theme for our monthly curated web post on Aint–Bad – What We’ve Found. We’re expanding the potential to have your work recognized and admired – we’re thrilled. So, what’s the next theme? FOOD.  One of the most enjoyable aspects of the holiday season is the opportunity to eat. It’s Grandma’s time to shine! We want

Parker Woods

Parker Woods is an avid bad-movie-watcher with an eye for uniqueness in the mundane and a penchant for shooting with film. As a portrait photographer, Woods aims to create a unique vision by combining the intimacy of diaristic style with that of fashion editorial photography. Today we’re sharing a selection of Parker’s work from his newly

Kellye Eisworth

Kellye Eisworth is a Denver-based artist utilizing the photographic medium to explore themes of memory, pain, vulnerability, and the concepts of innate and constructed identity. Employing the conventions of traditional studio portraiture, her work focuses on the human body as a cultural and individual text to be read. Though often entering into a dialogue about

Andrew Miksys

Andrew Miksys’ photography has been shown internationally including exhibitions at the Seattle Art Museum, Vilnius Contemporary Art Centre, Kaunas Gallery, and De Apple Contemporary Arts Centre.  He has been the recipient of grants from the Guggenheim Foundation, Fulbright, and the Aaron Siskind Foundation.  Andrew’s work has appeared in many publications and online including DAZED, The

What We’ve Found:
Your Pretty Face!

Hey, We’re excited to introduce the next theme for our monthly curated web post on Aint-Bad – What We’ve Found. We’re expanding the potential to have your work recognized and admired – we’re thrilled. So, what’s the next theme? Self Portraiture and/or Selfies!  In honor of our past issue Self-ie, we want to see more of your pretty faces. We want to see

Scott Houston

Scott Houston is a documentary photographer and filmmaker who’s work is concerned with the cultural, social, and political landscape of contemporary America. His work has received world wide publication for projects on drug use, teenage access to guns, incarceration, the culture of consumerism, the decline of American manufacturing, and many other pertinent issues in contemporary

Marissa Villacampa

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

Alex Grabiec

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