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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Pascal Amoyel: Levés d’Ouest

Pascal Amoyel is a photographer based in Paris, France. This series was initiated in the western part of France called Brittany, a region that combines long coastlines, hilly areas and vast spaces, part of which remains untouched. The dispersed pattern of settlements, despite an old and obvious human history, gives human presence a singular and…

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Portfolio: Emiliano Granado

Emiliano Granado creates lush, travel photographs that embrace its viewers with warm open arms. Granado is one of the creators, alongside Daniel Palsey, of Yonder Journal, a project dedicated to the American wilderness. Shot mostly in medium format, Granado has the ability to catch natural light in such a grandiose way. The landscapes and the…

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Eli Durst: Space 847

Eli Durst received a B.A. from Wesleyan University in Photography and American Studies. The mingling of Durst’s interest are clear in his work, as Durst approaches photography with an anthropological edge. Durst’s “Space 847″ acts as an exploration and documentation of the fading cineplex culture in suburban America. All of the photographs from the series…

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Nguan: How Loneliness Goes

Nguan’s photographs of quiet moments from all around the world is familiar to a lot of us by now. From Japan, to New York, Nguan continues to wander, shooting square, pastel washed photographs. “How Loneliness Goes” turns Nguan’s decisive gaze to the country that he calls home.

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Sarah Pfohl: The Country Line Road

 Sarah Pfohl is a photographer based in Central New York. Her recent project, “The Country Line Road” features images of her mother who has lived in rural New York for 52 years. Shot in southern Madison County, New York, Pfohl’s photographs documents the vastness of the 26-acre tract of land that her family owns. Pfohl’s photographs embed her…

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Andrew Williams gets lost in America.

Andrew Williams is a hard working Brooklyn based photographer. Shooting mostly in analog medium format, Williams has a sensibility that feels like it came from a different generation. While Williams is still considerably young, his interests contrast a lot of other photographers his age coming out of the New York tri-state area. Instead of confining…

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Jon Ervin investigates the boundaries of modern masculinity

Jon Ervin is a New York based photographer. Originally from Oklahoma, Ervin is currently pursuing a MFA in Photography at the School of Visual Arts. In his latest body of work, Ervin who grew up in a small town, investigates what he acknowledges as conventional notions of American masculinity. Floating between what Ervin understands to…

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