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Adam J. Long

Adam J Long was born in Washington state in 1978. He studied photography in Los Angeles, California (BA), Sunderland, England (MA) and Hartford, Connecticut (MFA). His photographs have been exhibited internationally and are in the permanent collection of the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, The Hirsch Library – Museum of Fine Arts Houston, and the

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

Max Knight

Max Knight is a self-taught landscape and portrait photographer, born in London, England – now residing in Los Angeles, California. He is interested in the little stories that surround us and looks to elevate the ordinary in the everyday. Over the last eight years, Max has done everything backwards as photography accidentally went from hobby

Adam Smith

Adam Smith is an artist living and working in Seattle, Washington. Employing photography, painting, and collage, Adam is primarily interested in exploring the tensions that arise from the dichotomy between our connectedness to one another as humans and our simultaneous solitary experience as individuals. His work has been exhibited nationally at the Newspace Gallery in

Anna Broujean

Born in 1987 in Paris, Anna Broujean graduated from the French National School of Photography in 2015. Multifarious artist, her work is stamped with humor and mixes several mediums such as photography, text, sound, sculpture and installation. Kitsch lover, compulsive images collector, personal and institutional archives give rise to an inexhaustible stories material. Part of

Spencer Worthley

Spencer Worthley is a documentary filmmaker and photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. The Lead Photographer for both Cinema Eye Honors and the Camden International Film Festival, his work has appeared in such publications as Rolling Stone and Filmmaker Magazine. Spencer has also instructed at the Maine Media Workshops + College and photographed for clients such

Lauren Wilkins

Lauren Wilkins is an analog photographer and collage artist originally from New Jersey. She graduated from Columbia College Chicago (BA PH’13), where her photographic collages are a permitted part of Columbia College Chicago Collection and the Chicago Athletic Association. Lauren was also selected to be a part of Catherine Edelman’s Chicago Project online gallery and showed her work in July

Priya Kambli

Priya Kambli was born in India. She moved to the United States at age 18 carrying her entire life in one suitcase. She began her artistic career in the United States and her work has always been informed by this experience as a migrant. She completed her BFA degree in Graphic Design from the University

Mel Keiser

Mel(v.6)—or “Mel Keiser”—was born from Mel(v.4/5) sometime in 2014. She was born in Evanston, IL, where she works as the Department Assistant for Northwestern University’s Department of Art History. Arguably one of the first Mel-versions to consciously recognize her place in the evolution of The Mels clade, she collaborates with Melga Blank to further research

Michael Tierney

Michael Salvatore Tierney is a Los Angeles based photographer. Tierney’s photographic work deals with space and place, temporal and physical, hybrid cultures, and the hypothetical concept of a Ecumenopolis- a city made of the whole world resulting from a fusion of urban areas and megalopolis forming a single continuous worldwide city. Tierney has been continuously