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Nicole Schwartz

Nicole Schwartz is a female photographer from the Pine Barrens of New Jersey. She was first taught photography at the age of six by her late grandfather. After her grandfather’s death in 2007, her hobby became her passion and it prompted Nicole to continue her education in Photography. In 2014, she graduated from Drexel University

Rodrigo Sombra

Rodrigo Sombra was born in Ipiaú, Brazil, in 1986. His work has appeared in multiple publications in Brazil and abroad, including De Greif, Folha de São Paulo, O Globo and Carta Capital. In 2012, he joined the group exhibition “Uma Visita Ao Benin – Fotografias de uma Viagem,” dedicated to the country of Benin, Africa,

Jeremy August Haik

Jeremy August Haik is an artist and writer. His work has been exhibited most recently at Aperture Gallery, NY; Foley Gallery, NY, Unseen Photo Fair, Amsterdam; Newspace Center for Photography, Portland; Cindy Rucker Gallery, NY; PCNW, Seattle; Michael Matthews Gallery, NY; The Camera Club of NY, and Guest Spot, Baltimore. His writing and photography has

Mico Toledo

Mico studied art direction in Brazil and visual arts in Central Saint Martins School of Arts, London. After more than 10 years working as an art director and creative director in agencies such as Mother, Droga5 and Wieden & Kennedy Mico started pursuing documentary photography as a way to feeding his hunger for real experiences

St. Patrick’s Day in
Savannah, Georgia

It’s that magical time of year again. The fountains are green, the beer is green, and there is a lovely dusting of green pollen covering every car hood and street sign. Yes friends, St. Patrick’s Day is upon us. Who’s ready for an Irish Carbomb!? Most editors of Aint–Bad have spent at least one St.

Kevin O’Meara : Second Best

Kevin O’Meara (b. 1987) is a photographer and fine artist Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is largely self-taught, picking up information through his grandfather, a lifelong NPPA photographer, and through conversation with other artists. He has shown work in Minneapolis, Chicago, and Los Angeles and has published multiple photo books. Today we are going to dive into

What We’ve Found: Color

Hey, We’re excited to introduce the next theme for our monthly curated web post on Aint–Bad – What We’ve Found. We’re expanding the potential to have your work recognized and admired – we’re thrilled. So, what’s the next theme? COLOR.  You may be thinking ‘what’s the big deal, color photography has been around for a while.’  We’re all familiar with William Eggleston’s

Lily Brooks

Rarely do we see people in Lily Brooks’ work, but there is little else we tend to think of when looking over her photographs. They recall Walker Evans’ proclivity to see idiosyncrasy in everything, banal and grandiose, quotidian and spectacular. And like William Christenberry’s work, the presence of people seems to saturate each bit of

Ashley Bourne

B. 1993. Ashley Bourne is a British photographer currently based in London. During his College education Ashley was Selected by Magnum photographer Mark Power as the winner of his Black Country Stories competition and was awarded honorary membership to The Royal Photographic Society. After graduating from a Bachelor of Arts degree at Falmouth University late last year,

Colin Czerwinski

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.

Rylan Steele : Ave Maria

Rylan Steele is an established artist teaching as a tenure track faculty in photography at Columbus State University. Rylan received an A.S. in Photographic Technology from the Southeastern Center for Photographic Studies at DBCC, a B.F.A. in Photography from Florida International University and a M.F.A in Photography from the University of Georgia. Rylan is currently


  From The Editors : Issue No.11 of Aint–Bad Magazine explores a larger publication divided into three smaller parts. When whole, the Metropolis series acts as a collection of visually compelling contemporary photography from the largest of the three cities in the United States. These artists all find success in the fast-paced, never-forgiving environments that