Familia

Photo by Cecilia Kegler By Cecilia Kegler My work has always centered around my family and trying my best to capture even an ounce of their love and the solace that they bring to my life. These are some of my favorite little moments. I hope that my images inspire feelings of nostalgia and comfort…… Continue reading Familia

My Inheritance

Photo by Tracy Fuentes By Tracy Fuentes Since I was a kid, adults always compared my appearance to my parents, especially my dad’s. Everyone told me that I looked exactly like him, earning me the nickname “Binky” as his nickname is “Bing.” One family friend called me Rodelia, remarking how much I looked like my…… Continue reading My Inheritance

Endless Green

Photo by Emily Karasick By Emily Karasick Living on a college campus, it’s easy to stay within the walls and world of your college. My friends and I dream of endless green, native plants, and feeling the lightness of a golden afternoon. But even in times of exploration, we carry the morning and everything to…… Continue reading Endless Green

Parasitic Blain

Photo by Megan Du By Megan Du One day I had a strange dream in which I was watering my garden and suddenly the spikes of a plant pierced my skin and made my leg start to bleed. I went to the hospital to have the swollen and painful blain examined, but the doctor was…… Continue reading Parasitic Blain

Collecting Dolphins and Heart-Shaped Rocks: An Excerpt

Photo by Michelle Anna Boire By Michelle Anna Boire This series of photographs is from a larger project I created in 2009 in which I studied the connection between the conscious and sub-conscious. My focus was on memories, and how they are formed, with an emphasis on oral history and the re-telling of memories. The…… Continue reading Collecting Dolphins and Heart-Shaped Rocks: An Excerpt

Flower Cycle

Photo by Sigra DeWeese By Sigra DeWeese Flower Cycle: Lilacs  This is not sweet love  It is not hope or  Longing looks  It’s the stringent  Smell of fear-sweat  Prey in my own neurons  Because nothing  Makes a heart race  Like the unknown  Flower Cycle: Pink Rose  You ask how long you have to wait to…… Continue reading Flower Cycle

Rediscovering Photography in the Desert

Photo by Eryn DuChene By Eryn DuChene Having never traveled further west than Buffalo, NY, I boarded the plane to Las Vegas not knowing what to expect. The only knowledge I had of this place was from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and the alluring presence most bring up when talking about “Sin City.”…… Continue reading Rediscovering Photography in the Desert

The Way of Nature

Photo by Charlie Davies By Charlie Davies I wrote this text as a celebration of change.  In nature, I see so many examples of change. Birds molt, caterpillars metamorphose, water shifts its state, even some rocks transform into others. Some natural phenomena seem almost artificial, like bioluminescence in fireflies or comb jellies. I have always…… Continue reading The Way of Nature