Mark Steinmetz photographs the everyday drama, the beauty in the daily circumstance. Still devoted to film, his black and white photos are a look into the rawness of life and the human relationship. In addition to his published books, his works have been exhibited around the United States and internationally.
Nate Larson is a contemporary artist working with photographic media, artist books, and digital video. Most of his current artwork, research, and collaboration explores the linkage between human experience and the site on which it happened through technological, cultural, and historical threads.
Peter Hutton is an experimental filmmaker, known primarily for his silent cinematic portraits of cities and landscapes around the world. In 1987, Hutton was awarded Best Cinematography for his work on Phil Hartman's feature film "No Picnic" at the Sundance Film Festival.
Bruce Jackson is a photographic artist whose landscapes will transport you to real and symbolic places of peace, balance and beauty. Through his work, he extends to us an invitation to experience the poetry of place, and to carry that compassion and serenity into our daily lives.
Houston native, Darius Clark Monroe is an award‐winning filmmaker and MFA graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. He's a National Board of Review, HBO Short Film, and Urbanworld Best Screenplay award recipient.