24.03.16 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Jake Stangel

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A selection of gorgeous photos by San Francisco-based photographer Jake Stangel, capturing cotton farming in the Arizona desert. More images below.

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23.03.16 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Amy Harrity

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A selection of images by photographer Amy Harrity, one of my favourite people to follow on Tumblr. More images below.

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23.03.16 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Ke Peng

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A selection of photos from “Primal Planet” a series by Los Angeles-based photographer Ke Peng. The images are Peng’s attempt to reconnect with Hunan, a Southern province in China where she was born, and Shenzhen, the city where she was raised. More images below.

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23.03.16 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Caroline Tompkins

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A selection of photos by New York-based photographer Caroline Tompkins. More images below.

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17.03.16 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Morgan Ashcom

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Photos by New York-based Morgan Ashcom. More images below.

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16.03.16 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Sam Stone

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Photos by New York-based photographer Sam Stone. More images below.

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15.03.16 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: James Nizam

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Railing (Illuminations Series), 2015

 
A selection of images from “Vestiges of Memory” by Vancouver-based photographer James Nizam. Structural fixtures are meticulously covered in Scotchlite reflective material and photographed at night.

When I saw the series in person (really large) at Gallery Jones there was a beautiful almost magic-like quality to them. As with much of Nizam’s work this series examines time and place through a series of experiments that feel extremely personal. More images below.

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11.03.16 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Cristina de Middel

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A selection of photos from “This is What Hatred Did” by photographer Cristina de Middel, which blurs the line between documentary and fiction. The series is her attempt to capture, and better understand, Nigeria; offering a point of view that she feels is more fair than a purely photojournalistic one. More gorgeous images below.

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