‘Like’ by Ryan Debolski

Ryan Debolski is a Detroit-based photographer, who studied photography at Cranbrook Academy of Art. His recent project, ‘Like’, published by Gnomic Book, explores the physical and digital relationships of the migrant workers who build the infrastructure of Oman, a rapidly modernizing country rich in oil and natural gas. What were the key elements to your photographic education? […]

‘Canyon Diary’ by Ekaterina Vasilyeva

Ekaterina Vasilyeva is a Russian photographer from St. Petersburg, working at the intersection of the genre, documentary and art photography. In most of her projects she explores the theme of a particular place (space, territory), it changes in the context of time and historical landmarks, environmental problems, interaction with human activity, personal relationships and myths of the place. How did you get to […]

‘Dusker’ by Dylan Lewis

Dylan Lewis is a photographer and writer based in Richmond, Virginia. His work explores the tension between image-as-documentation and image-as-construction, as well as themes of memory, longing, fantasy, and solitude. His photographs attempt to disrupt the already fraught relationship between image, language, and narrative, and to create a space where new forms of meaning-making emerge. […]