Michael Zimmerer

Michael Zimmerer (1989), started photography in the ninth grade taking classes at the community college, then graduating from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2009 with his BFA. We talked to Michael about his series Craters and his

Anna Witkovska

Anna Witkovska is from Poland and her photographs are today’s submission.

Yanina Boldyreva

Yanina Boldyreva was born in 1986 in Novosibirsk, Russia. She has been a professional photographer and digital artist since 2007 and graduated as a mural artist in 2009.

Keegan Gibbs

Born in a family of artists, Keegan Gibbs was literally skateboarding while still in diapers (his parents have video to prove it). Raised by the ocean, this aquatic biped found the best way to express his love of all things

Arthur Pollock

A news media photographer for over forty years, Arthur Pollock creates images that incorporate great depth and allure with a photojournalistic viewpoint.

Phil Anderson

This submission comes from Phil Anderson.

John Kilar

John Kilar’s series Life is today’s submission.

Candaş Şişman

Candaş Şişman’s video is dedicated to the famous sculptor İlhan Koman. İlhan Koman’s unique design approach in his form studies also inspires contemporary art works.

Jocelyn Bain Hogg

The Firm is a searing photographic document of the British organized crime world, which received instant recognition. Over a four-year period Bain Hogg documented different aspects of the underworld, from exile in Tenerife to the broad spectrum of activity in

Andrea Quarantotto

This weekend’s submission comes from Andrea Quarantotto, aspiring fashion photographer and founder of Up and Coming Style.

Arno Brignon

Arno Brignon was born in 1976 in Paris. In 2007 he started a group with three other photographers (David Ameye, Cedric Friggeri, Julien Pebrel) which allows them to create projects and unique photographic objects from mixing their views and practices.

Sandy Kim

Sandy Kim utilizes a highly self-referential style of photography which peers into the tiny microcosm of one woman’s life. Reminiscent of the casual documentary style popularized by Nan Goldin in the Eighties, the photographs by Sandy Kim highlight her life