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Foteini Zaglara | Cover | Foteini Zaglara is a 1995 born (self)-portrait artist from Athens ,Greece. She has studied at the University of Ioannina, in the department of Early Childhood Education.Her work explores concepts of fantasy and surrealism and photography has given her the opportunity to tell stories and to dive deep into the world of emotions.She has distinguished herself in many photography competitions (1st Greece National Award at Sony Photography Awards 2022) and her work has been exhibited in USA and Europe-
Diane Meyer | Berlin | Diane Meyer received a BFA from New York University, and an MFA from University of California, San Diego. She currently lives in Los Angeles where she is a Professor of Photography at Loyola Marymount University. Solo exhibitions include those at the Griffin Museum of Photography; 18th Street Art Center, Santa Monica; AIR Gallery, NYC, Society for Contemporary Photography, Kansas City; Griffin Museum of Photography, MA; Klompching Gallery, NYC and the Encontros da Imagem Festival, Portugal. Her work has been included in numerous group shows in the US and abroad including those at the George Eastman Museum, Rochester; Robert Mann Gallery, NYC; Regina Anzenberger Gallery, Vienna; The Brattleboro Museum of Art, Vermont; The Hood Museum, NH; Kunstagentur Dresden; Große Rathaus, Landshut; Diffusion International Photography Festival, Wales; Schneider Gallery, Chicago; Field Projects, NYC; Fotogalerie Friedrichshain, Berlin; Galerie Huit, Arles; Susan Laney Contemporary, Savannah; and Marshall Contemporary, Santa Monica.
Xuan-Hui Ng | Metamorphosis | Xuan-Hui Ng is from Singapore and currently lives in Japan. She began photographing as a form of self-therapy. She was grieving the loss of her mother, who had been both her confidante and her moral compass. The loss plunged her into a downward spiral until a chance encounter with nature set her on her path to recovery. Its vastness gave her a sense of perspective while its beauty reignited in her a sense of wonder and adventure. It reminded her that life is beautiful, that there is so much to live for and to explore. Ng is represented by Foto Relevance, a gallery in Houston. She has been selected for juried exhibitions at the Griffin Museum, Davis Orton Gallery, Southeast Center for Photography, Texas Photographic Society and A Smith Gallery, in addition to placing at Fotonostrum’s 17th and 18th Pollux Awards.
Mike Potts | Underwater | Mike grew up in Pennsylvania and in 2005 moved to Arizona where he’s rarely cold and doesn’t have to shovel snow or cut grass. He graduated from Bucknell University with a major in English and a minor in Chemistry and still wonders what to do with them. He worked at Barnes & Noble for four years and currently pays the bills as a nuclear medicine technologist. This lets him photograph on the side without having to resort to living on ramen and sleeping on friends’ couches. The rest of his time is devoted to various cats (2 indoor and 3 outdoor + the occasional guest as of the time of this writing.) His ultimate dream would be to visit Mars. In the meantime he keeps making pictures.
Marius Surleac | The invisible man | I’m a Romanian bioinformatician, photographer & writer. My photos have been published in magazines and curated galleries such as 1x, One Eyeland, Vogue Italia, 100ASA, PiART, Terra Quantum, National Geographic – Your Shot, FineArt-Portugal, Photographize Monochrome, Worbz, BLUR Magazine, Marika Magazine, JaamZIN Magazine, Monopix, Eye Photo Magazine, Zebra Monochrome Magazine. I have been featured on Photographize and JaamZIN Creative magazines, and I am part of the New York Photography Awards jury panel. I have been awarded and finalist in various contests such as: ND Awards, MonoVisions Photography Awards, Monochrome Photography Awards, ipa (International Photography Awards), mifa (Moscow International Foto Awards), tifa (Tokyo International Foto Awards), bifa (Budapest International Foto Awards), Chromatic Awards, International Color Awards, One Eyeland Photography Awards, New York Photography Awards, London Photography Awards, Muse Photography Awards, Architecture Masterprize, TZIPAC Zebra Awards
Bob Newman | Shadows of emmett till | Bob Newman is a retired physician, who for the past 15 years, has been working as a professional photographer engaged in long-term projects. His career in medicine, with a practice that served disadvantaged communities, guides his work as a visual storyteller. He is drawn to collaborating with members of marginalized communities to document the challenges they face and the richness of their cultures. He was recently chosen as a Finalist for the 2022 Critical Mass competition. International Photography Awards (IPA) selected him as Deeper Perspective 2021 Photographer of the Year and as a Jury Top Five Selection. He received LensCulture’s Critic’s Choice Award and was named a 2021 Finalist for Photolucida Critical Mass and The London International Creative Competition. Independent Photographer included his images as part of the “2021 Through 10 Compelling Photographs” Retrospective.