Gallery Artists

Kelley (2010)

Chloe Aftel

After graduating from USC film school, Chloe Aftel’s work initially consisted of one-frame movie stills. Her current work has not lost that strong narrative focus. With each shot and subject, she strives to capture an effortless sensuality and intimacy,...
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Juliette Brunet on the Levee. Isle Jean Charleston, Louisiana (January 2009)

Kael Alford

Kael Alford is a documentary photographer, and writer born in Middletown, NY, in 1971.  Alford began her career covering culture and conflict in the Balkans in 1996 and lived between Bulgaria, Serbia and the breakaway province of Kosovo until 2002. S...
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Blue Maxine (2007)

Dave Anderson

Vince Aletti of the New Yorker has called Dave Anderson’s work “as clear-eyed and unsentimental as it is soulful and sympathetic.” A multi-talented image-maker, Dave’s work as both a photographer and filmmaker has been celebrated in the United ...
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The Lover (2011)

Heidi Lender

Heidi Lender once reported on the fashion universe for national magazines, writing features and styling photo shoots. With a BA in apparel and textiles from Cornell University, she covered style, design, food and travel from New York to Paris. A soulful s...
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Untitled No. 0077 (2010)

Kerry Mansfield

Born in 1974 in New Jersey, Kerry Mansfield graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in photography. Shortly thereafter Kerry returned to CCA (California College of the Arts) to refine her sensibilities for space and volume by studying architecture. The c...
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Brid Song (2004)

Michael J. Marshall

For the past ten years Michael J. Marshall’s work has explored the intersections of science and the left brained sensibility of intuition and emotion, a mirror of his undergraduate degrees in Physics and Studio Art. Over that time the work has evolved f...
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Garden (July 2007)

Jeff Rich

Jeff Rich’s work focuses on water issues ranging from recreation and sustainability to exploitation and abuse. Jeff explores these subjects by using long-term photographic documentations of very specific regions of the United States. Jeff received his M...
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Burning Field (2011)

Kathleen Robbins

Kathleen Robbins is an associate professor of art, affiliate faculty of southern studies and coordinator of the photography program in the McMaster College of Art at the University of South Carolina. Robbins was raised in the Mississippi Delta and receive...
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46 In Spite of it all there's no place like home

Jennifer Shaw

Jennifer Shaw is a fine art photographer who lives and works in New Orleans, Louisiana. She started taking pictures at the age of eight and enrolled in her first darkroom course when she was fifteen. From that point forward she immersed herself in the med...
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The Junk of the Heart (2013)

Heather Evans Smith

Heather Evans Smith is an award-winning fine art and conceptual portrait photographer based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Her work captures both the everyday and the whimsical, telling stories of women and struggle, reality and the surreal. Smith’s ...
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