Panos & Mary Investigate the Identity of the Lassithi Plateau in ‘Cornucopia’

Panos Charalampidis and Mary Chairetaki are a Greek photographic duo, living in Crete. They use photography as a research tool that integrates the evidential nature of the medium, with the human perspective and emotions. In Cornucopia, their latest completed long-term series, they have created an intimate body of work that is simultaneously wondrous and familiar. In […]

Body Intimacy in ‘Sea(see)’ by Jeanette Spicer

Jeanette Spicer (b. 1988) is a photographer from Baltimore, MD, currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Besides her personal projects using photography and video, she teaches photography at The International Center of Photography, School of Visual Arts and Pratt Institute. Her series Sea(see) is a documentation of her relationship at the time, reflecting on the queer female gaze […]

The Well Preserved Role of Shame in Greek Society by Ioanna Sakellaraki

Ioanna Sakellaraki is a 28 year-old freelance photographer born in Athens, Greece, currently based in Brussels. Working with major global media, she is a graduate of photography, journalism and culture. Her personal projects explores the fine line between isolation and obsession looking at the connection of humans with places. In her series Aidos, Ioanna uses […]

Clayton Bruce Lyon Delves into Myths & Stories of Sangre De Cristo Mountains

Clayton Bruce Lyon grew up in Kansas City, United States. At 22, he graduated with a degree in photography, and currently works as a photographer and video producer in northwestern Arkansas. Clayton hopes to change the way people view the world with meaningful work. His series Sangre de Cristo is composed of images taken in […]