All posts by Taylor Curry

Cagri Kara

Cagri Kara was born in a small town in eastern Turkey. His father, a teacher, transferred his job and moved his family to Istanbul when Cagri was 3. Cagri spent his childhood and teenage years on the streets of Istanbul before going to college. Cagri’s interest in the arts brought him to a fine arts

Philippe Braquenier

Philippe Braquenier (Mons, 1985) received his BFA in photography from the Helb Inraci in Brussels and worked for an advertising studio before continuing his career as an independent photographer. His artistic work has been exhibited in various places, notably in the Brussels Royal Museum of Fine Arts and the Aperture Foundation in New York. His

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Melanie Metz

Melanie Metz, a visual artist born in 1992, resides in South Florida and is working on her BFA at Florida International University. She is primarily a film-based photographer who makes her own c-prints out of a traditional darkroom. Melanie’s work has been featured in publications such as Juxtapoz, Broadly, Lenscratch, and many more. She considers

Shane Lavalette

Shane Lavalette is an American photographer, an independent publisher and editor, and the director of Light Work. He holds a BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University. Lavalette’s photographs have been exhibited widely, including at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke

Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay

Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay works photographically and sculpturally, investigating post-colonialism and its shift into neo-colonialism while still reflecting on the very mediums of representation that he uses. Deepanjan is originally from Kolkata, India, and is pursuing his MFA in photography from University of Georgia. He graduated with a BFA in photography and a secondary concentration in painting

David Egan

David Egan (b. 1982) is an american photographer raised in the Washington metropolitan area. He holds a BA in Organizational Communications and an MFA in Photography. David creates long term bodies of work. His photographs are specific, focused, and deliberate. Egan has become known for his use of color as well his night and long

Dave Jordano

Dave Jordano was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1948. He received a BFA in photography from the College for Creative Studies in 1974. In 1977 he established a successful commercial photography studio in Chicago, IL, shooting major print campaigns for national advertising agencies. As a mid-career fine art photographer, he was awarded an honorable mention

Evan Baden

Evan Baden (American b. Saudi Arabia, 1985) Evan Baden earned his M.F.A. from Columbia College in Chicago in 2014. His bodies of work include The Illuminati, Technically Intimate, Under the Influence, A Conversão de São Paulo, and The Taradiddle High School Yearbook Project, 2014-15. They have been widely exhibited internationally with museums and galleries throughout

Felipe Russo

Felipe Russo, (b. 1979, São Paulo, Brazil) first graduated in Biology with a major in Landscape Ecology, disciplines that still inform his process when approaching a space to work with. For the past four years the photographer has worked around São Paulo’s downtown district trying to understand the overlap of history, social use and memory