Amy Stein is a photographer who was raised in Washington, DC, and Karachi, Pakistan. Nowadays she is based in New York City where she works as a photographer as well as a teacher in photography at Parsons The New School for Design and the School of Visual Arts. Her work explores our evolving isolation from community, culture and the environment and she has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. Furthermore, her stunning work also forms part in many private and public collections such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Photography, the Nevada Museum of Art, the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art and the George Eastman House Photography Collection.
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Natalie Kucken is eighteen years old and currently based in New York, USA. She began shooting at the age of fourteen and creates dreaming worlds to collect and keep in pixels.
Neil Krug Director + Photographer.
California-based photographer Nicholas Kennedy Sitton sure knows how to put a spin on his work. Using clever manipulation he creates intriguing images of his hometown San Francisco where buildings are spiraling into themselves like portals to another dimension. The three beauties you see up here are from his series “Twisted Architechture”.
Born on Friday the 13th in 1964 in Salem, Massachusetts, John Casey has been inventing creatures as soon as he was able to hold a crayon. Drawings that his mother saved from when he was only three years old reveal an obsession with the figure and it doesn’t seem to have gone away.
‘Within the space of a square frame, I try to build a world that is undeniably separate from the one we live in. What fascinates me about any artistic medium is that it can pull the viewer out of a logical and common world, and place them within a space that is more alive.’ – Brooke Shaden, conceptual photographer.
Artist Catherine Ryan from Oakland, San Francisco creates cunning drawings and paintings using charcoal, chalk and acrylic.
This is the second time we feature 17-year-old photographer Ann He, but she is really something.
Mindblowing hand embroidery on canvas by American artist Daniel Kornrumpf.
Julie Sarinana aka Jules is one of our favourite Californian bloggers who always keep her site full of fresh outfits. Check out her new online store Sincerely, Jules.