Colin Czerwinski (1991) is a self-taught photographer, painter, and musician. He currently resides in a small town called Bluffton, South Carolina. He has toured the country multiple times with his band, Henrietta, and with other bands doing photo work. His work revolves around both the comical and the allegorical essence of the world around him.
Tracy Fish received her MFA in Experimental and Documentary Photography from Duke University in 2015. Her photographs have been exhibited both nationally and internationally and her collaborative photographic book ‘Chasing the Paper Canoe’ can be found in the Library of Congress. A native to Brooklyn, N.Y., Fish currently resides in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where
Ashley Kauschinger is a narrative photographer and book artist that explores identity and family. She received her BFA from Savannah College of Art and Design and her MFA from Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas. Her photographs have been exhibited nationally in venues such as the Griffin Museum of Photography and the RayKo Gallery. She
A native to South Carolina, Eugene Ellenberg uses imagebased media to explore obstacles of intimacy as experienced throughout the human condition. His own fears, failure and wonder inform a creative inquiry into private and communal spaces to unveil vulnerabilities, address hesitations and encourage curiosities. Ellenberg studied at Clemson University in Clemson, SC and is currently
Meg Griffiths is currently based in Columbia, South Carolina. Her book, Casa de fruta y pan, hopes to add something new to the on-going conversation of a changing Cuba.
Meg Griffiths was born in Bloomington, Indiana and raised in Houston, Texas. She received two B.A.’s from the University of Texas in Cultural Anthropology and English Literature and earned her Master of Fine Arts from the Savannah College of Art and Design. She currently lives in Columbia, South Carolina where she is an adjunct professor
Hannah Collum is an artist based out of Lexington, South Carolina. Born in Colorado, she spent her early childhood in Saudi Arabia before moving to South Carolina with her family in 1996. Her experiences living overseas allowed her to travel the world, which permanently instilled in her a love of different cultures. As a result,
William W Douglas III was born in 1988 in Charleston. In 2011 he was a recipient of a VMFA fellowship. He received his BFA in Photography and Filmmaking at VCU in 2012. Douglas has already been included in various important exhibitions including Snapshot Aesthetic at Black Box Gallery in Portland and NOW at The Visual
Alex Klaes (born June 3, 1987) was raised in the foothills of South Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains. His rural upbringing blessed him with an affinity for nature and a vicious independence. Klaes first began his study of art at Furman University where he received a BA of Studio Art in 2010. During this time he
Andrea Bonisoli Alquati is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC. He holds a PhD in Ecology from the University of Milan, Italy. Andrea’s research focuses on the ecological and evolutionary consequences of nuclear disasters, particularly in Chernobyl and Fukushima. Today we share his series Chernobyl II, which explores the
Suzanne Elise originates from Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. She is currently enrolled at The University of South Carolina and earning a BFA in Studio Art with a concentration in Photography. Her interest in fine art photography extends into contemporary and documentary photography. Suzanne aspires to aid others and the environment through her image making. Subsisters
Into the Wild, Through the Lens by Allison Young Arnaud Teicher went to the woods. He spent five years studying graphic design in the bustling city of Paris, but in order to “live deliberately” and leave the stresses of everyday, the twenty-seven year old turned to his traditional analog camera and to the natural world.
Eliot Dudik is a large format photographer who examines Southern culture and landscape. Road Ends In Water, explores the effects of highway expansion on South Carolina’s “low country.” Dudik’s images honor the innate charm and legacy of this region. To see more images from the series Road Ends In Water, visit Eliot’s website. mulberry outlet