Emma Kisiel is a photographic artist and author of the blog and online artist index, Muybridge’s Horse. Both in her own work and the artists featured on her blog, she is interested in the ways in which humans experience animals and nature, particularly death’s role in this interaction. Kisiel holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in Photography from the University of Colorado, Denver. She is currently based in Lawrence, Kansas, and travels the U.S. frequently by car, always ready to venture into a natural history museum and keeping an eye out for what lies on the side of the road.
Bianca-Olivia Nita is a freelance writer based in The Hague, The Netherlands. One of her main interests is the way photographs and documentaries influence our understanding of the world around us. She writes about documentaries for a number of magazines including DOX Magazine and Point of View and has her own blog called Passepartout. As a born Romanian she has a love for the Eastern European feel, and the bitter-sweet stories coming from that region. She secretly writes bitter-sweet stories herself, and one day she will let others read them as well.
Kayla Chobotiuk is a photographer, photo editor and occasional writer who splits her time between Toronto and Montreal. Her fondest memories come from a year living in London, England while studying journalism and photographing the cities best markets. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Western Ontario, located in the lesser known London, Canada. Her main interests lie in portrait and documentary photography.
Brent Crane is a freelance journalist and photographer from Boston. He is often on the road because there are a lot of interesting things out there and he writes better when he travels. He likes to write about (and wander through) Asia and has done so for many a respectable publication. Check out his stuff here. He’s pretty excited right now because his grandma just sent him a box of old camera gear from the sixties, though he’s not sure how much of it will still work. He’ll probably spend the rest of the day figuring that out.
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