April 7, 2014
is a photographer based out of California; he focuses on a certain topic, often forgotten or overlooked, at any time, from museums to apocalyptic shelters. He travels the world to photograph places unseen or hidden, pronouncing the power that government institutions have over individuals. His most recent series, Juvenile in Justice
, is a raw, candid look into "young American juveniles housed by law in facilities that treat, confine, punish, assist and, occasionally, harm them". The series has been published into a book of the same name, and has been featured on NPR, CNN, PBS, Wired.com and Harper's Magazine. I highly encourage you all to explore his visually stunning, haunting, and socially pertinent work. ENJOY!
March 26, 2014
is a Japanese fine art photographer based out of Kagawa Shikoku Japan.