Danielle graduated with an MFA from Lesley University College of Art & Design in 2015. Her work has been written about in the Boston Globe, Tate, BKN Magazine, and Lenscratch and exhibited internationally at such galleries as IRL Gallery (OH), Dose Projects (NY), A.C. Institute (NY), Daniel Cooney Fine Art (NY), The Santa Barbara Museum of Art, The Far Eastern Museum of Art (Russia). She's lectured at the academic conference HISTART’14 (Istanbul), Carrot Creative, and IFP Media Center about new digital workflows, on a panel about the future of photography at Eyebeam, and is published in The New Inquiry. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Ina Jang graduated with a BFA in Photography in 2010 and completed her studies in the MPS Fashion Photography Program in 2012 from the School of Visual Arts. Her works have been shown in internationally acclaimed galleries and festivals, including the New York Photo Festival, Daegu Photo Biennale, Paris Photo, Unseen and Flatland Gallery in Amsterdam. She was a Foam Talent and a finalist at the Hyères Festival in 2011. Most recently, Photo District News announced her as one of the PDN 30 Emerging Photographers in 2016. Her works have been published in Time Magazine, British Journal of Photography, IMA Magazine, and The New York Times Magazine.
Anastasia Samoylova was born in Moscow, received an MA from Russian State University for the Humanities, and an MFA from Bradley University. She served as an assistant professor of photography at Bard College at Simon's Rock. She is currently based in Miami, where she is an artist resident at the Fountainhead Studios.
Samoylova has exhibited internationally, including Aperture Foundation in New York, Griffin Museum of Photography in Boston, and Brussels Photography Festival in Belgium. Her work is included in the collection at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago and ArtSlant Prize collection in Paris. Her work has been featured in the New Yorker, Foam, and Wired. Her first monograph, Landscape Sublime, was published by the In the In-Between Editions in June 2016.
Brea Souders has exhibited internationally in galleries and arts institutions, including Bruce Silverstein Gallery, Abrons Arts Center and the Center for Photography at Woodstock in New York, as well as the Hyères International Festival of Photography & Fashion, France, the Singapore International Photography Festival and the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives, Canada. She has received a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, a fellowship and residency with the Millay Colony of the Arts and a Darkroom Residency with the Camera Club of New York. Souders’ work has been reviewed in the New Yorker, Artnews, LA Review of Books, New York TImes T Magazine and Elephant.
Nicole White is an artist, curator, and writer. She holds a MA in Art History from the University of Connecticut and a MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Currently, she is an Assistant Professor of Photography at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, CA. Her work and curatorial projects have been exhibited nationally including: Filter Space (IL), University of Louisville (KY), Wassaic Project (NY), David Weinberg Gallery (IL), Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography (MI), Johalla Projects (IL), and Zephyr Gallery (KY). Her essays, critical reviews and images have been published in arts-related media, both online and in print. She has lectured about her work and her relationship to images at the SPE annual conferences, Washington University, the University of Kentucky, and the Art Institute of Chicago, among others. White lives in Oakland, CA.