Sculptor, installation artist, and photographer Margaret Inga is in the practice of documenting alternate realities. Growing up in North Carolina, she was exposed to a myriad of untouched landscapes that felt strangely unsettling and almost unreal – a feeling she’s still trying to catch with her installation-based photography.
Margaret Inga's Installation Photography
January 13th, 2008 · Written by Jason Glover · No Comments
Rachel Lipscomb experiments with intuitive photography
November 2nd, 2007 · Written by Jason Glover · No Comments
Rachel Lipscomb has been a photographer for six years. She knew instantly that it was her passion and applied for the Photographic Imaging Program at the community college in Lansing, MI. Since graduating, she’s done her share of traveling, shooting photos, and creating fine art.
“My more recent work is very intuitive,” says Lipscomb. “I am trying to communicate emotion and describe the mental environment.”
A Photographic Exploration by Chad Nilsson
September 3rd, 2007 · Written by Jason Glover · No Comments
Hailing from Midland, MI, Chad Nilsson isn’t a photography aficionado by any means. But after coming to the realization that the other students in his photography class weren’t going to move beyond portraits of their favorite pets, Nilsson knew he had to raise the bar. [...]