Rania Matars’ "Unspoken Conversations - Mothers & Daughters” is a work in progress after her great success with her 2016 book, “L’Enfant-Femme” and the 2012, “A Girl and her Room.” Akira Seo originally from Tokyo, received his Masters in Photographic Science from California’s Brooks Institute of Photography. His earlier work is a series on Surfing. Shelley Calton caused a stir with her second book, Concealed, She's Got A Gun, released last spring 2015. Many awards and featured articles followed. Kris Sanford's Through the Lens of Desire "creates implied narratives using snapshots from the 1920s- 1950s.
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