Christian Delfino’s quiet, forthright photographs of the world’s major metropolitan centers are a result of his upbringing in Sarasota, Florida. The small city on the southwest coast is filled with cookie cutter cul-de-sacs, apartment complexes punctuated by storm water ponds, and wide veins of asphalt grid the area skirting the Gulf of Mexico. It is
Julian Master is a 24 year old photographer from Eugene, Oregon currently living in New York City. His work deals with the relationship between cities and commercialization, globalization, and the age-old theme of weirdness. Not formally educated in photography, Julian derives inspiration from placing himself in unfamiliar crowds, traveling abroad, and dealing with extreme weather.
Today we take another look at Carlos Jaramillo, one of our favorite emerging photographers. Carlos was born in McAllen, Texas 1988, and currently lives in New York City, where he recently received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from the School of Visual Arts. His work has been featured in multiple publications including The
Brian Kanagaki was born in 1985 in Northern California and studied printmaking at The San Francisco Art Institute. His work has moved from printmaking to photography in recent years. He currently lives and works in New York City. Golden Persimmons Shot in black and white film in anonymous environments throughout 8 countries, the detachment between
Maureen Drennan is a photographer born and based in New York City. She received an MFA from the School of Visual Arts in 2009 and her work has been included in exhibitions in North America and Australia including the National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C., the Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Chelsea Art Museum,
Mari Kon was born in New York City in 1990 and is currently based in Queens, NY. She graduated from the Bard College Photography Department in 2012. She has a new book of photographs published by ROMAN NVMERALS. Her work was recently featured in an exhibition at Distillery Gallery in Boston. I drove through El
Rachel Stern (b. 1989, New York City) is a photographer whose work challenges conventions of beauty and promotes escapist, constructivist fantasy. She received her BFA in Photography and the History of Art and Visual Culture in 2011 from the Rhode Island School of Design and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2014.
Ryan Shorosky is a southern New Jersey native who is currently based in New York City. After completing a BFA in Photography from the School of Visual Arts in 2013 he set out to live and work full-time as a long-haul truck driver. His current body of work, Green Grow the Lilacs, aims to explore
Neal Slavin is a world class photographer and film director. His well known photographic books include Portugal, When Two Or More Are Gathered Together, and Britons. He has produced and directed countless TV commercials through his own production company, Slavin-Schaffer Films. In addition Slavin’s feature films include FOCUS; written by Arthur Miller, which stars William H.
MAGDA BIERNAT (b.1978) A native of Poland currently based in New York City, Magda Biernat is a contemporary art photographer specializing in architecture and interiors and is the former photo editor of Metropolis Magazine. She received her MFA in New Media from Transart Institute in Berlin and New York. Her photographs have been published in, among
John Sanderson, born 1983 in New York City, is a self taught photographer. Drawn to the topographically broad subject matter of the United States, his images establish a counterpoint between the documentary and poetic. Exploring the landscape in order to illustrate historic and contemporary motifs, Sanderson reveals a condensed history of the rapidly suburbanized and
Noel Camardo is a photographer based in Brooklyn, NY, who grew up in downtown New York City. He received his BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology. His work focuses on the humor and pathos of life. For the past twelve years he has lived in Brooklyn, NY working in commercial photography while also pursuing his
Christopher Rodriguez has exhibited nationally and internationally and recently published his first monograph, Sublime Cultivation. Originally from New Orleans, he earned his B.Arch from Louisiana State University and then received his MFA from the School of Visual Arts. He is recently married to his wife Larissa, and lives in Brooklyn. Today we share his series
Born in 1977, Kristine Potter lives and works in New York City, New York. She holds a MFA from Yale University and a BFA from the University of Georgia. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally – most notably in Paris, New York City, Miami and Atlanta. Her work is in numerous private and public