Millee Tibbs’ work derives from her interest in photography’s ubiquity in contemporary culture and the tension between its truth-value and inherent manipulation of reality. Tibbs’ exhibition venues include the Eastman Museum, Rochester, NY; Blue Sky Gallery – Oregon Center for the Photographic Arts, Portland, OR; the Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA; David Weinberg
Jesse Burke divides his time between personal art projects and commissioned work. A New England native, he currently lives in Rhode Island with his wife and their three daughters, Clover Lee, Poppy Dee, & Honey Bee. He received his MFA from Rhode Island School of Design, where he is a faculty member, and earned his BFA from
Caleb Churchill (b. 1980, New York) is an American photographer living in Providence Rhode Island. Churchill’s work has been included in festivals including the Brighton Photo Fringe (Brighton, England) and Flash Forward Festival (Boston). He has participated in multiple group exhibitions nationally and internationally, including DO IT! Houston, an exhibition celebrating the 20th anniversary of Hans
Victoria Crayhon is based in Providence, RI, USA. She received her BFA in Photography from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, and her MFA in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design. Ms. Crayhon’s work has been exhibited, published and collected both internationally and throughout the United States. Her work
Edith Young is a photographer, writer and designer, pursuing a BFA in the Rhode Island School of Design’s Photography department. Born in New York City in 1993, she is now based in both New York, NY and Providence, RI, with plans to return to Manhattan following graduation. Before attending RISD, Edith studied at Phillips Academy
Ke Peng (b. 1992, Changsha, raised in Shenzhen, China) lives and works in Los Angeles, CA and southern China. She is interested in how the different connect, and distinctions within similarity. The urge, burden and limitation of being in a specific space, as well as active looking is very important to her, while constantly thinking
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.
Svetlana Bailey was born in St Petersburg in 1984. After the fall of the Soviet Union her family emigrated to Germany, where she completed secondary school and began undergraduate studies in Communication Design. Svetlana transferred to complete a BFA in Photography at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, where she lived and exhibited for 8 years,
Sophie Barbasch is a photographer based in New York City. She earned her MFA in photography from the Rhode Island School of Design and her BA in Art and Art History from Brown University. Selected grants and residencies include the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, the Blue Mountain Center, and a 2016 Fulbright Fellowship to Brazil.
Curran Broderick is an artist and educator currently living and working in Boston, Massachusetts. He earned his MFA in photography from the Rhode Island School of Design. His work has been shown nationally in several different spaces that include: ClampArt, Chace Center Museum of Art, and Tilt Gallery. Broderick’s work is currently on display at Gallery Kayafas as the
TIS books has published Steven B. Smith’s latest photobook entitled, Waiting out the Latter Days. Utah in the time of the Cold War is the backdrop for the monograph, in which time does seem suspended. Where everyone is in a perpetual state of waiting. Whether the next thing will be better or worse, we hardly know. Smith
Matt Williams is an early-career artist trapped in a mid-career artist’s body. Raised in suburbia, both in the US and in Europe, his work is strongly influenced by the smooth edges and quiet dramas that tend to lurk in such places. He is currently at work on his graduate thesis at the Rhode Island School
Charlotte Acevedo comes from a multicultural background. She has traveled all around the world and has an affinity to people and their conditions. Her tastes are diverse and eclectic, yet consistent, and aspires to visualize tandems of existence. Charlotte’s most recognized body of work, Momma and the Grove, is a photojournalistic approach narrating the relationships and hardships faced by her mother while maintaining an
Thad Russell is a fine art and editorial photographer whose work examines contemporary American life and landscape in all of its beauty, perversity and pathos. Born and raised in suburban Boston, Thad is a graduate of Stanford University and the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), where he received his MFA in photography in 2006. His work has been published in the
Alan Charlesworth was born in 1981 outside of Philadelphia, PA. He currently holds an Associate degree in Graphic Design from Champlain College, a Bachelors degree in Photographic Illustration from Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and a Masters degree in Photography from Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). During his stay at RIT, Alan began photographing