Roger Camp

Allium, Hydra, Greece

Roger Camp is the author of three photography books, including the award-winning Butterflies in Flight, Thames & Hudson, 2002 and Heat, Charta, Milano, 2008. His work has appeared in numerous journals, including The New England Review, Witness, and the New York Quarterly. His documentary photography has been awarded Europe’s prestigious Leica Medal of Excellence. Represented by the Robin Rice Gallery, NYC, more of his work may be seen on

Seo Jin Ahn



Seojin Ahn Is a Junior attending Chadwick International School in Songdo, Incheon, South Korea. His art practice is to create photo-based images. He developed and harnessed his skills in photography and the utilization of tools such as Illustrator and Photoshop. Through his ventures beyond the borders of his home country, Korea, he travels abroad to encapsulate moments that depict a profound sense of void. His work reflects the solitude and introspection within the objects or the composition of everyday objects and scenes. His art is also a pursuit of moments that convey emptiness that subtly blends in within our lives, inviting viewers to a space where uneasiness coexists with the feeling of comfort and peace. With the idea that he seeks beauty and narrative within isolation, his work is like a meditation of the spaces that rest between the perceptions of space and solitude through the lenses of his vision. His exploration of the void spaces in our day-to-day lives allows a deeper appreciation for the serene beauty and unsettling tranquility of the “absence within the presence,” making his work a compelling journey into the overlooked emptiness we hold in our lives.

Stephen Curtis Wilson

Another Political Season


Wilson was a medical-surgical, and generalist photographer, writer, and communication specialist in the health care and library science fields for 36 years – cut steel in a foundry and drove a truck for a time. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois, a juried Illinois Artisan for Photography, and a member of the Peoria Art Guild. He photographs the artful nature of the rural communities and urban neighborhoods of central Illinois.

Steve Zimmerman

Antique Aquarians 1

Antique Aquarians 4

Steve Zimmerman

Steve Zimmerman is a writer and photographer based in the Pacific Northwest. His work has appeared in the Evansville Review, Target Gallery, the Tacoma Art Museum, as well as many online publications. More of his images can be found at

Tracey Dean Widelitz

Fairy Tales Do Come True

Tracey Dean Widelitz

Tracey Dean Widelitz is a published writer, poet and photographer. She is the author of the published children’s book A Heavenly World. Her personal experience of pet loss would later become her first children’s book A Heavenly World. Her poetry has been published in Wingless Dreamer’s Dreamstones of Summer, Dawn of the Day, Whispers of Pumpkin, My Cityline, Field of Black Roses, The Black Haven and My Sanskriti In Teal, and Rhapsodies of Rhyme Anthologies, and she was the Grand Winner of Wingless Dreamer’s Dreamstones of Summer Poetry Contest and one of the top finalists in Field of Black Roses Poetry Contest 2022. Her photographs appear in Months to Years Winter 2022 edition, Camas Winter 2021 edition literary magazines, Tiny Seed Literary Journal July 10th, 2022 and October 4th, 2022 Blog and print Anthology edition, Burningword Literary Journal April 2022 literary journal, Poet’s Choice “A Taste of Reality” Anthology, Wild Roof Journal Issue 20 May 2023, Las Laguna Art Gallery February show Captured (Photography) 2022-Online Edition, March 2022 Online Exhibition Landscapes or Seascapes, April 2022 Online Exhibition “Light & Shade” and April 2023 “2023-Women In Art” Online Exhibition. Visit her website at Twitter @tracey_author Instagram and @aheavenlyworld

Jeremiah A. Gilbert

Saksun, Faroe Islands II

Saksun, Faroe Islands III

Jeremiah A. Gilbert

Jeremiah Gilbert is an award-winning photographer and travel writer based out of Southern California. His travels have taken him to over a hundred countries and territories spread across six continents. His photography has been published internationally and exhibited worldwide. He is the author of three travel books, including Can’t Get Here from There: Fifty Tales of Travel and From Tibet to Egypt: Early Travels After a Late Start. His most recent, On to Plan C, documents his return to travel in a post-pandemic world and is the first to include his photography. He can be found on Instagram @jg_travels

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