Photo by Vivian Rubin
By Juniper Esler
The name of my comic, Close Your Eyes, Look at the Mountains, is inspired by an eye relaxation technique I learned when I worked in a call center and stared at computer screens all day. My comics are an abstract refraction of my daily life and are inspired by some classic strips I read as a kid.
By Vivian Rubin
I am interested in the narrative of images with a strong focus on the female form and female influences. Through my training in ballet, my southern roots, and classical training using film and large format cameras, I aim for a sense of timelessness in my images.
By Amélie Sultan
I love capturing people and places from different perspectives. Ever since I was little my parents have taken me to over twenty five countries on five different continents. I have to come realize how lucky I am to explore and experience the world at my age and to be able to share what I see through my camera.
By Michael Sweetman
When I look through the camera, it’s like the rest of the world is gone, and it’s just me and you.