The magazine of the photo-essay
November 2017 issue
“A free, really high quality photo-essay magazine.  Fabulous!” Stephen Fry. British actor, writer and film maker
Jay Wolke To commission him or to request prints of his work: www.jaywolke.com Jay Wolke is an artist and educator living in Chicago Illinois. His photographic monographs include: All Around the House: Photographs of American-Jewish Communal Life, 1998; Along the Divide: Photographs of the Dan Ryan Expressway, 2004; Architecture of Resignation: Photographs from the Mezzogiorno, 2011 and Same Dream Another Time, 2017. His works have been exhibited internationally and are in the permanent print collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York MOMA, the Art Institute of Chicago and the San Francisco MOMA, among others. His photographs have appeared in numerous publications including The New York Times Magazine, The Financial Times Magazine, Geo France, Exposure, Newsweek, Fortune, and the Village Voice. From 1992-1999 he was Coordinator of Graduate Documentary Photography at the Institute of Design, IIT. In 1999-2000 Wolke served as Head of Art and Graduate Studies at Studio Art Centers
Peter Dazeley To commission him or to request prints of his work: www.peterdazeley.com  Peter Dazeley BEM FRPS, known as Dazeley, is a London based award-winning fine art and advertising photographer, writer and collector. Born in West Kensington, he studied photography at Holland Park Comprehensive (known as the Socialist Eton). In the Queen’s 2017 New Year’s Honours list he was recognised for his services to photography and charity.  He is a life member of the Association of Photographers and in 2013 he was awarded a Fellowship from The Royal Photographic Society, which is the highest distinction of the RPS and recognises original work and outstanding ability. He has produced four books: 21st Century Platinum 2003, Unseen London 2014, London Uncovered 2016 and London Theatres 2017. A 2nd Edition of his highly successful book Unseen London was published in Oct 2017.
Jonathan Moller To commission him or to request prints of his work: www.jonathanmoller.org  Born in 1963 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Jonathan “Jonás” Moller is a documentary – fine art photographer and human rights activist.  He studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Tufts University in 1990. 
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Joshua Lutz To commission him or to request prints of his work: www.joshualutz.com Joshua Lutz is an artist and educator working primarily in Photography and text. His monographs include Meadowlands and Hesitating Beauty.  Lutz’s books have been named Best Art Books by Time Magazine, Photo District News, PhotoEye among others. Awards and Fellowships include The Aaron Siskind Fellowship, American Photography, Hudson Year Fellowship, Tierney Fellowship, Communication Arts, PDN 30. Solo shows include Clamp Art (New York), Koch Gallery (San Francisco), Blue Sky Lutz (Portland) Robert Morat (Hamburg), Robert Morat (Berlin). He has served on the faculty for The MFA Program at Bard College, The International Center of Photography, Pratt Institute and is currently a Professor of Photography at SUNY Purchase. His newest book Mind The Gap, 2017 addresses the space between thinking something is one thing only to eventually understand it to be something altogether quite different.
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Dan Nelken To commission him or to request prints of his work: www.dannelken.com My photographic life began during my Junior year as a Graphic Arts major at Pratt Institute. Required to take an Introduction to Photography course that I had no interest in taking, since my passion was painting. To my surprise, by the middle of my Junior year, I was addicted and have been ever since. It has been my profession, my life diary, my salvation, my adventure, my love, my identity, as well as my sanity. There is a lesson to be learned somewhere in this story. My time is divided between assignments for Design Firms, Advertising Agencies, as
Andre Lutzen To commission him or to request prints of his work: www.andreluetzen.de André Lützen, born in 1963 in Hamburg, studied visual communication at the Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg (Academy of fine arts) and at the International Center of Photography New York. André Lützen has received various awards for his work. His photographs have been exhibited in numerous museums and festivals, including Haus der Photographie/Deichtorhallen, Hamburg; Krefelder Kunstmuseen; Hamburger Kunsthalle; Noorderlicht Photo Gallery Groningen; the New York Photo Festival; Photo España; and the photo festival “Les Boutographies” in Montpellier.  He taught photography at the Muthesius Hochschule in Kiel and the Folkwang Hochschule in Essen. His photography has been published in several monographs: Generation Boul Fale (2001), Loch im Kopf (2005), Before Elvis there was nothing (2008), Public Private Hanoi (2010), Zhili Byli (2014) und Inside Out
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Franziska Hauser To commission her or to request prints of her work: www.foto-haus.info Franziska Hauser (b. 1975 in Berlin-East) studied set design and photography at the Berlin-Weissensee School of Art and Design and with Arno Fischer at Schiffbauerdamm. She hast wo children. In 2008 she started writing for Berliner Zeitung, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Nido, Brigitte, Das Magazin, taz, Der Freitag, die Welt and other publications. Her first novel Sommerdreieck (Summer Triangle), published 2015 by Rowohlt, came out at the same time as this book of photography, published by Kehrer. Her second novel „Die Gewitterschwimmerin“ come out in march 2018, published by Eichborn.
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John Bartelstone To commission him or to request prints of his work: www.johnbartelstone.com John Bartelstone (b.1956) is a New York based architectural photographer. He originally trained as a recording engineer at Syracuse University’s Newhouse School. After working in the recording industry for a few years, he enrolled in the Master of Architecture program at Columbia University and upon graduation, began a ten-year architecture career. In 1996 he started a new life as a freelance architectural photographer.
Steve Parke To commission him or to request prints of his work:  www.steveparke.com I'm Steve Parke, I live in Baltimore, and I've been taking photos since i got my hands on a little box camera when I was a kid. My clients have included firms like Warner Brothers, HBO, Discovery Channel, Arista Records, DC/Vertigo Comics, Houghton Mifflin, and NBC, plus a bunch of A-list entertainers like Prince, David Bowie, Bon Jovi, Bob Dylan, Victor Wooten, Sheila E., AC/DC, and plenty of others. I was actually Prince's art director for 14 years, and designed albums, stage sets, merchandise and did all kinds of other jobs aside from taking photos that ended up in places like Spanish Vogue, Time magazine, Rolling Stone, etc. It was an interesting time, as you can imagine! But I don't only work with musicians and rock stars. I love capturing beauty in all its forms and specialize in making people comfortable in front of the camera and
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Adam Wiseman To commission him or to request prints of his work: www.adamphotogallery.com Adam Wiseman was born and brought up in Mexico City by an American father and Scottish mother. Educated in New York as a documentary photographer, Wiseman has spent most of his career travelling across Mexico on assignment for such international newspapers and magazines as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Wallpaper and Guardian.
International, Florence, Italy. He is currently a Professor of Photography at Columbia College Chicago, where he was Chair of the Art and Design Department from 2000-2005 and again from 2008-2013.
Dazeley’s personal work is an on-going journey of discovery never without a camera, he is constantly active promoting his passion for the photographic image to inspire and excite a new younger audience.  He is a meticulous planner and imaginative problem solver and has pioneered many photographic techniques that have become the norm. "Making the ordinary look extraordinary is Dazeley's gift" says Sarah Ryder Richardson, who represents Dazeley in the UK.
well as Corporate 50 clients and pursuing my personal projects that usually are multi-year projects. My work has been exhibited in Germany, Mexico, Singapore, as well as the US. It is in the collection of the Houston Fine Arts Museum, Portland Art Museum, International Center of Photography, The Center of Photography at Woodstock and at Beth Hatefutsoth Museum in Israel. Book Sales: via my e-mail address, since the book is no longer in print. A signed copy of the book is $50.00.
Kochi (2015). André Lützen is represented by the Robert Morat Gallery, Berlin und the agency laif.
capturing their best selves. Whether in my Baltimore studio or out at an engagement party or Bar Mitzvah or even in your back yard for your family reunion. (I'm also an expert retoucher, just in case; my retouch skills have been used on well known musicians and on HBO DVD releases such as The Sopranos and Six Feet Under.) I'm happy to travel anywhere to be there for your special day or event. If it's outside the Baltimore/DC area, we'll negotiate travel. I also, by the way, really love photographing kids and pets, as you can see some of the photos of my son Duncan on this site. I do other work, too. I've designed albums (this Sheila E vinyl is one of my favorites), DVD packages, ads, you name it. I've worked for corporate clients like Kennedy Krieger and ERFS. I've shot for numerous magazines and am the on-call photographer for Faerie Magazine.  I was the digital artist for first-of-its-kind graphic novel I, Paparazzi, which was published by DC/Vertigo Comics and received an A from Entertainment Weekly, and did the photography for the first-ever all-digitally-photographed graphic novel In the Shadow of Edgar Allan Poe, which was nominated alongside Stephen King and IDW’s 30 Days of Night for YALSA’s best horror novel in 2005. I've collaborated on several other book projects and more are in the works!  Oh, and my photos have been shown at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
Linda Troeller To commission her or to request prints of her work: www.lindatroeller.com Linda Troeller is an awarding winning photographer with projects such as TB- AIDES DIARY, Healing Waters book, Aperture, and first place Jacuzzi Calistoga Pictures of the Year in Spa Jouneys, PowerHouse;  Erotic Lives of Women book, Scalo. She is published in the New York Times and collected by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston with solo shows such as Galerie Suzel Berna, Paris; Havana Biannual to the Greek Photo Festival. Her new book is "Living in the Chelsea Hotel," Schiffer. She has a MFA, MS from Syracuse University and BS from WVU..
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