Nicholas Hughes is currently based in Cornwall, UK. Through his work examination is given to the space between the world that people inhabit and that which nature still claims as its own. In this intermediary space he seeks to explore the essence of the human spirit and its relationship with nature. He is represented by a galleries in London and New York and works are included in major international public collections.
Amani Willett lives and works in Brooklyn. His image-based practice is rooted in narrative and memory. By combining fact, fiction and myth, his projects create alternate spaces that question our understanding of the world. Amani is the author of the monograph “Disquiet,” and his work has been collected and shown in numerous books and exhibitions.
David La Spina has worked as an archivist at the architectural photography firm, Esto, in Mamaroneck, New York. In addition, he has been an instructor at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. He continues to photograph for a variety of commercial clients and his work has appeared in editorial publications including The New York Times Magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek and The Wire. He currently teaches at Bard College at Simon’s Rock.