All posts by Kory Jean Kingsley

Jane Hilton

Jane Hilton, photographer and filmmaker lives in London. She started out as a classical musician, graduating in 1984 with a BA (Hons) in Music and Visual Art from Lancaster University. Her love of photography brought her to London, working as an assistant for numerous fashion and advertising photographers, before going it alone in 1988. Early

Janet Delaney

Janet Delaney is a fine art photographer whose work focuses on urban issues. She is currently documenting the rapid transformation of the SoMa district of San Francisco. This area was the subject of her earlier project, South of Market 1978-1986. Delaney has received three National Endowment for the Arts Grants and the Phelan Award. Her

Danny Ghitis

Danny Ghitis (b. 1982) is a Brooklyn-based editorial and commercial photographer whose personal projects revolve around the relationship between memory and identity. The son of Jewish South American immigrants, he moved around a lot as a child, which helped him to develop a lifelong interest in documenting the lives of strangers and culturally ambiguous communities.

Julia Gillard

Julia Gillard is a graduate of the International Center of Photography’s Photojournalism and Documentary Studies Program. Her work has been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, The New York Historical Society, The International Center of Photography, Capricious, Powerhouse Gallery and has been published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times and

Aapo Huhta

Aapo Huhta was born in Haapajärvi, Finland in 1985. He holds an MA in photography from the Aalto University of Arts and Design, Helsinki Finland. Huhta works for editorial magazines and makes his personal documentary based essay projects. He received the award of the Young Nordic Photographer of the Year 2015. In 2014 Huhta was

Michelle Frankfurter

Born in Jerusalem, Israel, Michelle Frankfurter is a documentary photographer from Takoma Park, MD. She graduated from Syracuse University with a bachelor’s degree in English. Before settling in the Washington, DC area, Frankfurter spent three years living in Nicaragua where she worked as a stringer for the British news agency, Reuters and with the human

Zach Krahmer

Zach Krahmer (b. 1991) is a self-taught photographer and video producer born in Portland, OR. Between 2009-13, he lived in Washington, DC where he studied International Development and worked as a photographer on Capitol Hill. Through independent projects he was able to visit ~30 countries in this time, hitchhiking across Africa, working with aboriginal issues

Jessica Auer

Jessica Auer is a photographer and visual artist from Montreal, Canada. Her work is broadly concerned with the study of cultural sites, focusing on themes that connect history, place, journey and cultural experience. Since earning her MFA from Concordia University in 2007, she has participated in several international residency programs including the Leighton Artist’s Colony

Laurence Hervieux-Gosselin

Laurence Hervieux-Gosselin (1991) is an emerging photographer based in Montreal. She studied scriptwriting and communications at Université du Québec à Montréal and is currently completing a BFA in photography at Concordia University. Nothing Exciting Ever Happens Here Nothing Exciting Ever Happens Here was produced during a three day residency set in L’Avenir, Québec. Having access

Bobby Abrahamson

Bobby Abrahamson is a documentary photographer, filmmaker and educator with over twenty-seven years professional experience teaching and producing documentary art. He has published seven books of his work, has been featured in fourteen solo shows, and numerous group exhibits in the US and Europe. His work is included in many permanent collections including the Portland