Andrew Williams: Drought

Andrew Williams has been previously featured here in Lintroller. A driven, prolific documentary photographer – Andrew has recently completed a series on the Drought plaguing different regions within the United States: Drought is one of the costliest of climate hazards and has impacted the United States on many occasions, including currently in California. Extensive research…

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Atsushi Momoi: score (#scene1 / Tokyo)

Atsushi Momoi, born in 1979, is a Tokyo based Japanese photographer. The relationship between the individual and its environments. Momoi’s work, albeit architectural in nature – emphasizes on visualizing a more emotional life to the urban landscapes he captures. The first body of work to be featured in our Consumption release, Momoi’s score (#scene1 / Tokyo) is a playful and…

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Portfolio: Alexandra Forysth

Using photography, video, and sculpture, Alexandra Forsyth explores the connection between impermanence and immortality, spirit and matter, and creation and destruction. Invested in these codependent dualities, these photographs capture and emphasize the ephemeral qualities of traditional still life symbols for time, beauty, and mortality. By reducing these placeholders to their barest representations, Forsyth’s intention is…

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Sheung Yiu: Urban / Nature

Growing up in a metropolitan city, I feel very distanced from nature. Nature has always been a rare and fragmental existence in post-industrial urban cities. I started this series as a reminder of the strangeness of living in a city. I collect facets of nature and juxtapose them next to artificial objects. This series of…

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Natasha Kofe: In the Country of Last Things

Natalie Kofe is a photographer based in Moscow, Russia. Her series “In the Country of Last Things” is her attempt to conserve the tranquility and the aesthetics of a disappearing rural lifestyle. For the series, Kofe, drawn by the ethereal, frozen quality of the Black Sea Coast, returns to Kushugum, a small town where her…

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Mike Hipple: Artists of the El Cap

Home to countless artists and the occasional ghost, the El Capitan apartment building is an icon in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Building owner Alvin Hendricks has long supported the artistic community in this town through his fair housing. His first priorities in finding new tenants are referrals and personal interviews from which he’s created a…

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Jesse Untracht-Oakner's night and day.

“The decisive moment,” what Henri Cartier-Bresson called that nano second when the event captured on film expresses the perfect alignment of form, image and significance—that’s what Jesse Untracht-Oakner strives for with his photographs. “I wait for the picture to appear, rather than force it to happen.” Jesse pays close attention to light—both natural and augmented—in…

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Jason Bergman

Jason Bergman‘s an Editorial and Portrait photographer based in New York. Bergman’s work is focused on the music scene. Bergman is prolific – working with a lot of dynamic publications, he finds himself making both photographic and video work. Always busy, Bergman wanders across the globe and uses his camera as a time machine to…

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Angela Datre and her boys.

New York based Editorial photographer, Angela Datre shoots a multitude of subject matter. From concerts, sports to portraits – Angela ambles between her narratives loosely and effortlessly. Datre’s images are natural, romantic and almost, to an extent, classic. In contrast to most of mainstream sports images, Datre opts for a calmer, warmer atmosphere that invites…

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Ada Hamza's casual spontaneity.

Ada Hamza is a Slovenian photographer who is focused on personal photo stories. She is drawn to subtle and humorous accidental placements of objects in her surroundings. Letting her intuition guide her, Hamza’s way of making images is familiar. You can find more of her work on her website and Tumblr.

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Dan Baird-Miller tears up a scene

Fine Art Photographer, Dan Baird-Miller is based in Malden, Massachusetts. His project, Collodion Autoportrait twists the typically conservative images associated with the format into a series of images that feel almost feral. Through various manipulations – whether it is chemical, or a simple but calculated tearing of the negative – Baird-Miller avoids conventional, seductive rendering…

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Paul Batt: Service Station Portraits

“This series is part of an ongoing project documenting the self-reflective moments on the faces of individuals, at the service station below my apartment. The transitory nature of a service station means that patrons don’t arrive there as such. The customer’s intention is their immanent departure and the purpose of their arrival. This nature of…

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Lindley Warren is not home.

Lindley Warren is a photographer and prolific curator currently based in Iowa, United States. Taken from her personal projects: Maybe Love is Found Here, Scenes Gone By, and Like an Old Song – the images featured are bound by a sense of wandering. The photographs were made while Warren was away from home, or while…

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Sergey Poteryaev: Staraya Utka

Staraya Utka (in Russian it sounds like an «old duck») is a village in Sverdlovsk region of the Urals. It sprang to life and prospered after a factory was built in the firth of River Utka in 1729. But at some point the administration lost concern in the development of the factory, and the productivity…

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Jason Vaughn: hide

“hide is a project that began as a commentary on Wisconsin’s hunting tradition, using deer stands as a metaphor for the changing values of the sport. When my sudden cancer diagnosis interrupted the project, hide took on a much deeper, more personal meaning. I was inspired on my drives through Wisconsin by deer stands, and…

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The many layers of Jeffrey Rose's things.

Jeffrey Rose is a Brooklyn based photographer originally from West Palm Beach, Florida. In his still life work, Rose creates lens based collages that utilize different categories of artistic production: painting, sculpture, drawing, photographing. Rose uses both physical and digital methods to transform objects and spaces. An investigation in contemporary mark making practice, Rose pushes…

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Paulette Omura: Reconstructions

“In my work, I create worlds both physical and psychological, populated with the uncanny and infused with a sense of isolation, tourism, and subtle voyeurism. Within these worlds time and space are represented and interpreted.  Utilizing imagery that documents the process of decay, transient states of being are reassembled in non-linear ways. Non-linear composition becomes…

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