Julie Grace Immink's bright, stark and empty spaces.

Julie Grace Immink is a social documentary photographer living in Los Angeles. She was born in the wagon of a traveling show. Exploring the streets with her camera is how she connects to the surrounding world. She gains inspiration from anything old and broken but believes in healing and restoration. Her photographs of human settlement…

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Lavender Chang: Portraits

In her personal work, Singaporean based photographer, Lavender Chang maintains an interest in conceptually driven images. Through her photographs, Chang taps into the subtle nuances of her surroundings. Her images are sensitive. Chang treats her photographs like a canvas: images are collaged, overlaid, painted over. Featured in this article, Chang’s editorial portraits demonstrate her interest…

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Tammy Mercure: Big Rock Candy Mountain

Tammy Mercure started her project “Big Rock Candy Mountain” in 2007. For the project, Mercure photographed tourist towns that accompany the natural beauty of The Great Smoky Mountains. The most notable of the towns are Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg in Tennessee and Cherokee in North Carolina. The pure spectacle of the towns brimming with shopping,…

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Jonas Jungblut: King Monkey and the Infinite Sunshine

Jonas Jungblut has always been interested in balance, whether it is in his two dimensional work, or three dimensional contraptions. An array of travel photographs depicting various locales and its visitors make up his series, “King Monkey and the Infinite Sunshine.” Jungblut maintains his fascination with balance with restrained compositions juxtaposing the way nature and…

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