Alexander was born in 1987 in Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia. A graduate of the Vancouver Film School's Film Production program in 2008 and Foundation of Visual arts in 2007, Alex's passion for storytelling is what drives his work. Alexander is currently pursuing a BFA in photography at Parsons the New School for Design.
Alison Chen is currently a graduate student at Parsons the New School for Design. She has an overactive imagination and misses those she cannot see. Her work investigates the intersection of memory, myth, and the real through performance, video, and photography.
Genki Unno is a Japanese Seattleite, working as a computer guru at a school in Yokohama, Japan. Moonlighting as an aspiring rogue creative, he advises high school students on artistic and creative ventures in his spare time, particularly in photography, music and graphic design.
Joseph is a junior in the Photography program at Parsons the New School for Design. Hailing from the Garden State, Joe’s work addresses memories and emotional aspects tied to domestic spaces as well as the comfort, loneliness, and solemn feelings associated with home.
Jonny is a... pretty cool guy. He can run really fast and his favorite animal is a snake, specifically the water moccasin. A sophomore in the photography program at Parsons the New School for Design, Jonny shoots primarily with medium format cameras, taking long exposure photographs of bodies of water and the surrounding environments.