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With a strong focus on narrative photography and an M.F.A. from USC in film production, Chloe Aftel specializes in still and motion storytelling. She sees each photograph as a one-frame movie still, and each person as someone with a story to tell.
As of December 2016
IDENTITY: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders The List Portraits is a refreshing and deeply engaging study of race, gender, class, sexuality and ethnicity in America.
Photographer and filmmaker Timothy Greenfield-Sanders is known for his strikingly intimate portraits of world leaders and major cultural figures.
Agnieszka Sosnowska’s images have been exhibited across the world.
Bobbi Fabian’s work has been collected internationally and exhibited in the United States and Australia.
Charles Rozier has been photographing the people around him continuously for 40 years.
Much of Christine Fitzgerald’s work deals with the fragile relationship between humans and nature.
Claire Rosen is an award-winning artist producing elaborate tableaux constructions.
Eden Batki has traveled around the world to learn and take photographs.
Emily Shur’s work has been exhibited in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and London’s National Portrait Gallery.
Gerard Kingma is an award-winning photographer from the Netherlands.
Jill Beth Hannes’ work is cinematic, dream-like and mostly stems from her personal experiences.
On a journey of self-discovery, John Keatley delves into topics of identity, individuality and perception.
Portrait photographer Jona Frank has worked extensively with youth culture.
Katya Rezvaya is a documentary photographer based in Russia with an interest in social issues and phenomenons.
Klaus Enrique is a post-contemporary sculptor and photographer who employs Arcimboldism as his means of expression.