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gerald edwards

Born 1985, Daytona Beach, Florida, the Brooklyn-based artist and photographer Gerald Edwards III studied at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, and in between working with the collectives Visual Buffet and Team Big Tooth, Edwards has mentored under photographer Gregory Crewdson since 2004. His work deals with the reconstruction and fabrication of histories through composited large-format photographs and sculptural elements. He has exhibited in the United States, Canada, and Japan.

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joshua lutz

Joshua Lutz is an artist living and working in New York City. He received his undergraduate degree from Bard College and his masters from Bard College at the International Center of Photography. Joshua is the recipient of The Tierney Fellowship, Best Editorial awards from Photo District News and Communication Arts and also named one of PDN’s top 30 emerging photographers. His work has been featured in publications ranging from The New Yorker and Harper’s to The New York Times Magazine. He is currently on the Faculty at The International Center of Photography.

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Aaron Ruell was born in Fresno, California, but grew up in Clovis, California. He was recently awarded “Best Advertising” for his work with Citibank and “Best Website” in the 2007 PDN Annual. He is also known for playing the role of Kipland Ronald Dynamite (Kip) in the comedy, Napoleon Dynamite.

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sarah wilmer

Born and raised in Missouri, Sarah Wilmer lives and works in New York, with her cat, Tubs.

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alex prager

Alex Prager was born in Los Angeles in 1979. She was raised by her grandmother in a small apartment in the suburb of Los Feliz and her curious and restless nature was evident early on. Her nomadic upbringing saw her splitting her time between Florida, California, and Switzerland without truly settling down long enough for a formal education. Prager’s interest in art began in her adolescence, but it was in her early twenties that she began to focus on photography after being inspired by the work of William Eggleston. In keeping with her independent spirit, she eschewed art school and began taking photographs on her own, teaching herself equipment and lighting through trial and error. Prager has since contributed to a number of publications including ID, Elle Japan, Flaunt, MOJO, and Complex. All the while, she continued to exhibit her work in various group shows throughout Los Angeles. After the release of her first book The Book Of Disquiet (2006) Prager was given her first solo show at Robert Berman Gallery in Santa Monica, CA entitled “Polyester”, which was covered by the Los Angeles Times. Along with her 2007 exhibition at Sara Tecchia Roma New York, Prager is slated to exhibit in both London and Miami Photo.

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