Category: Staff Picks

Ed Panar

Ed Panar is a Pittsburgh based photographer and bookmaker whose quietly quirky photographs explore the background and peripheral of the human scene. Drawing from his ever growing archive of photographs,…

In Conversation: Carlos Alba

Carlos Alba is a Madrid-born, London-based visual artist working mainly with photography, video, painting, installation and performance. His work is focused on human an non-human relations in the modern world,…

In Conversation: Christian Michael Filardo

Christian Michael Filardo is a Filipino-American photographer, who works as the art researcher for the international platform PHROOM, a magazine which features and supports contemporary artists working with the photographic…

In Conversation: Dylan Nelson

Dylan Nelson is an artist whose practice spans photography, temporary sculptures, and book making, with an underlying interest in how those things might coalesce. Bridging manufactured environments in both the…

Yorgos Yatromanolakis

Yorgos Yatromanolakis lives and works between Athens and Crete. He works on long-term photography projects and turns them into books, experimenting with storytelling, materials, and design. He has published three…

Interview: Evan Tetreault

Evan Tetreault is a 26-year-old photographer and musician based in Los Angeles, CA. Evan discovered photography in the darkroom at 13 while attending school in Connecticut. He continued to shoot…

Interview: Samuel Wilson

Samuel Wilson is a curious documentary photographer and filmmaker based in Portland, Oregon. He graduated with a B.A. in journalism from the University of Montana in 2013. Although wary of…

What We’ve Found: “Where Should We Meet?”

This month’s theme is a response to a question we extend to you, namely, “Where should we meet?” Whether it’s real or imagined, virtual or fabricated, we want you to…

What We’ve Read! – September Edition

Here we are again with more books that will enrich your lives and make them better! As our lives become digitized, it seems that photography is running at a faster…

Meet an Editor: William Glaser

William Glaser is a photographer based in Minneapolis, who just recently joined Aint-Bad as an Assistant Editor and Writer. While William enjoys a wide range of photographic interpretations, his own…

Up For Review: Ed Panar’s ‘In The Vicinity’

In The Vicinity is a departure from Ed Panar’s usual subject matter depicting deceivingly simple landscapes, animals, and found objects in Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, and towns just on the outlier…

Marco Pietracupa

Marco Pietracupa, was born in Brixen (Sudtirol-Italy) and moved to Milan at the beginning of the nineties to turn his passion into a profession. After having attended the Italian Institute…

David Elliott

David Elliott (b.1984, Kansas City) is based in San Francisco, CA. His work centers around potential, failure and learning. His photographs have been exhibited throughout the United States. His first…

Interview : Ernesto Solana

Ernesto Solana (B. Guadalajara, 1985) is a Mexican photographer based in Savannah, Georgia. He works in different mediums like photography and installation. His artistic practice is parallel to his research…

Mat Brutger

Mat Brutger was born and raised in Collegeville, MN. After receiving a B.A. in Studio Art from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN, he moved to Minneapolis, where he is…