24.03.16 by Jeff

“Sisters of the Valley” Portraits of a Group of Nuns Who Grow Weed

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Captivating series by photographers Shaughn Crawford and John DuBois (previously featured here). “Sisters of the Valley” takes us inside a group of marijuana harvesting nuns who use it to make a natural pain relieving product. Love the shot of their calendar. Have a look at more images below.

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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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