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Elizabeth Bailey is a Los Angeles-based artist who uses photography to create evocative imagery that explores the themes of self, identity, memory, and longing. She uses staged scenes, portraiture, and self-portraiture with implied narratives to consider what we conceal and reveal about ourselves to others.
Rohina Hoffman is an Indian-born American artist whose narrative work focuses on themes of identity, home, adolescence, and the female experience. Raised in New Jersey but now residing in California, Rohina received her BS in Neuroscience and MD both from Brown University.
Lisa McCord is a fine art and documentary photographer from the Arkansas Delta who lives and works in Los Angeles and Arkansas. Focusing on her experiences on her family’s cotton farm, her creative practice explores concepts of storytelling, memory, and the passage of time.
Cathy Immordino is a Los Angeles-based photographer, whose layered images combine images of personal experience and public spaces. Drawing on techniques and methods from fine art and photojournalism, Immordino’s optical layering serves as an evocative visual allegory for the complex narratives of life and memory. Immordino began her photography career...
Victor Ramos is from Los Angeles, California. Victor became interested in photography at a young age by watching his father take snapshots of the family with a 35mm Kodak camera. When Victor was 12, he asked to borrow the camera. His father never got it back. Victor has exhibited in the US and internationally...
Zaydee Sanchez is a Mexican American visual storyteller, documentary photographer, and writer from Tulare, California, in the San Joaquin Valley. She seeks to highlight underreported communities and overlooked narratives, with a focus on labor workers, gender, and displacement. Zaydee is an International Women’s Media Foundation grantee and both a USC...
Leba Marquez is a Los Angeles-based social documentary photographer with a discerning eye for color, composition, and narrative. Her photos, captured around the world, focus on the theme of “Who Are We?” She has exhibited throughout the US: The Los Angeles Center of Photography, St. John’s College in Santa Fe,...
Born and raised in Cleveland, OH., Dubber earned double B.A.’s, one in German and the other in Studio Art from Cleveland State University. Making her way to Los Angeles in 2003, she began a career as a unit still photographer in the entertainment industry where she currently works on feature...
Nearly two decades ago, I launched a career as a documentary/portrait photographer with a series of black and white portraits of breast cancer survivors. My camera of choice has been predominately the Mamiya RZ and the Mamiya 645. Black and white film is my “thing” which is what I chose...