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From the Squarespace website of Max Montgomery For New York-based fashion and portrait photographer Max Montgomery, image-making is second-nature.
Cristobal (22) has graduated with a degree in Fine Arts and is now working as a tattoo artist in Pinar del Río.
Since childhood, Paris-based photographer Benoit Jammes has held a passion for skateboarding and extreme sports; although throughout the years he has turned his attention towards his artistic pursuits, he has found a way to marry his boyhood passion and his current everyday life with Skitchen, a photographic investigation into the unknown and clandestine adventures of foods.
West Bromwich, Peter Las Vegas, Nevada, Donna “They’re my friends for twenty minutes,” says New York City-based photographer Bruce Gilden of the personalities that together make up his newest book Face.
Roza Yevloyeva, mother of 20-year-old suicide bomber Magomed Yevloyev, sits on her son’s bed during an interview at her house in the town of Ali-Yurt, southeast of Ingushetia’s biggest city Nazran, February 16, 2011.
Julia Sellmann’s documentary photo project, Ecopolis Tiberkul explores a religion born after the dissolvent of the Soviet Union called The Church of the Last Testament (CLT).
Spencer Tunick American Morning 1 (125th Street, NYC) 1998, 2015 Archival Pigment Print In the last decade, photography has become more accessible than ever, and with Your Art Gallery, the art buying experience has never been more democratic.
Tyrone Washington holds his 3-month-old daughter Ritcheousness in the motel room that he shared with his family in Orlando.
New York-based photographer Andi Schreiber first began photographing her family, she suggests, out of some innate feeling of urgency and desperation.
Nationality can play a large role in personal identity and sense of belonging, but what happens when the bounds of nationality become ambiguous?
On June 26th, Feature Shoot hosted the second edition of The BlowUp, a new quarterly event in which we ask a selected group of NYC photographers to each tell the stories behind one of their favorite images.
Hope, raised in New York City by her two dads: “I knew that there was other structures of families because I would see my friends’ families and my aunts and uncles and I knew that people had something called a mother that I didn’t necessarily have, but I didn’t really think that I was so much in the minority.
Lievwkje wonders why she didn’t get in and is determined to try again next time. Being turned away has only stoked her curiosity about Berghain.
Afish a Fish (the title is a word play between English and Romanian, ‘afish’ means poster in Romanian and the man in the photo is the ex-president of the country, Traian Basescu).
In the desert landscape of Indio, California, eight young men cast off their involvements within the Mexican gang system in hopes of forging non-violent lives as a brotherhood of tattoo artists.
When Chicago-based photographer Evan Baden first embarked on Technically Intimate seven years ago, homemade pornography and sexting were just beginning to gain momentum.
© Ayesha Malik Ayesha Malik: It depends on the situation. If I am walking around with a small camera or my iPhone, I do not necessarily ask.
San Francisco-based photographer David Wolf has no interest in discovering the next big thing; instead, he’s drawn to the forsaken, to the has-beens and the rejects of decades past.
“My whole life, I have been curious,” says Massachusetts-based photographer Ashley Comer of her birth mother Sheila, to whom she reached out this winter after twenty-two years apart.
Emmy loves meeting new people, says German photographer Mario Wezel of the five-year-old girl whom he documented every other day throughout her kindergarden school year.