Corey Arnold, Portland

Corey Arnold

Corey Arnold is a photographer and Alaskan crab fisherman. During October, January and February he can (or cannot) be found aboard the F/V Rollo in the Bering Sea. The rest of the year is packed with travel, gallery exhibitions, magazine and ad photography assignments with a bit of backyard gardening, cat maintenance, and skateboarding in Portland, Oregon. Corey is currently working on his life long photography project, Fish-work, which is a portrait of the modern commercial fisherman. He has spent six years photographing his life as a crab fisherman in the Bering Sea. In 2005, he received an American-Scandinavian Foundation grant to photograph the men at sea in Northern Norway. Upcoming projects include working with the Salmon fishermen of Bristol Bay, Alaska and the Trawl industry of Northern Russia.

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Irina Rozovsky, Boston

Irina Rozovsky

Irina Rozovsky was born in Moscow and moved to the US in 1988. She received her BA in Spanish and French from Tufts University and her MFA in photography from Mass Art in 2007. She lives and works in Boston.

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Karolina Karlic

Karolina Karlic is a Los Angeles based photographer. Born in Wroclaw Poland, her family immigrated to Detroit in search of the American dream in 1986. Karlic’s work explores American culture from the complicated perspective of an immigrant growing up in urban Detroit. Her father fled communist Poland to find work in the American auto industry. Karlic watched her father’s hopes for his family crumble alongside the stock of Ford, General Motors, and Daimler Chrysler’s North American operations. As a non-native participant in American society, her work explores the culture of people’s desires and regrets. Karlic holds a BFA in Photography from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. She has been published in the Water Stone Review, was a participant in Center 2007 (formerly known as Review Santa Fe) and most recently received the MN State Arts Board Initiative Grant, 2008. Her series, The Dee, Close to Home, and Dear Diary have been exhibited nationally at galleries including Franklin Art Works, Jen Bekman Gallery NYC, Intermedia Arts, Flanders Gallery, Wall Space-Seattle, and Juxtaposition Arts.

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elizabeth weinberg

Elizabeth Weinberg was born and raised in the wilds of Massachusetts and graduated with a degree in Photojournalism from Boston University in 2004. She migrated south to Brooklyn, where the rooftops are bigger and the night is longer, in early 2005. Her clients include SPIN, NYLON, Giant, Mass Appeal, TOKION (Japan), and Alarm, as well as several record labels. She loves living on a tour bus, the woods, riding her bicycle, and she is looking for a vintage moped.

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Claire Beckett, Boston

claire beckett

Claire Beckett is a photographer based in Boston, MA. A native of Chicago, IL, she earned a BA in Anthropology from Kenyon College (Gambier, OH) in 2000 and an MFA in Photography from the Massachusetts College of Art (Boston, MA) in 2006. Claire Beckett is represented by the Carroll and Sons Gallery (formerly called the Bernard Toale Gallery) in Boston. Her photographs have been show in recent solo exhibitions at the Bernard Toale Gallery and at the University of Rhode Island, as well as in group exhibitions at the Photographic Resource Center, Boston University and Simmons College. Claire Beckett is a 2007 recipient of the Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant. From 2002-2004 she worked as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Republic of Benin, West Africa. Beckett is an Assistant Professor of Photography at the New England Institute of Art in Boston.

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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, New York

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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