For over 10 years Zoe Perry-Wood has photographed the Boston Alliance of Gay & Lesbian Youth (BAGLY) Prom in Boston, Massachusetts. BAGLY provides a safe haven for youth who are often, even in these progressive times, outsiders in their own youth culture and who may not yet have a foothold in adult gay culture. Each year (except for 2020 when the prom was canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic) the BAGLY Prom fills the void left when these youth are not allowed to attend, or don’t feel a sense of belonging at the traditional youth proms in their own high schools....
Sirkhane Darkroom is a mobile photography school in Turkey that provides instruction to children of Turkish, Syrian, and Kurdish descent. Founding artist Serbest Salih is himself a refugee from Syria and wanted to find a way to help other refugee children create beauty and joy out of the darkness of their past.
In this series of photographs, Ula Wiznerowicz takes a close look at alcoholism, in and around her hometown in Poland.
2016 Daylight Photo Awards Highlights from Daylight Multimedia on Vimeo. Produced in conjunction with the Indian Photography Festival, we are pleased to share this short video highlighting some top picks of the 2016 Daylight Photo Awards, including that of the winner Marta Zgierska. More information and submission guidelines can be found at daylightphotoawards.com.
Photographing with only Kodachrome, Jeff Jacobson has created a seductive portfolio of images reflecting on beauty and mortality. This compelling body of photographs provides a nuanced, first person depiction of a cancer patient's changing perspectives on life, death, art and the world at large. Jeff states " My photographs are images of a world hurtling toward an uncertain future, made in a medium that has already ended, by a photographer confronting his own demise."
`Growing up in the New Age' is an artist initiated research project that explores this alternative world, from communes in the south of France, squatting in South London and `free school' education to the many forays into all things `New Age' set against the backdrop of social and political happenings of the era. Using a range of approaches including photography/digital imaging, film and video, writing, collecting, re-using archival materials and the web `Growing up in the New Age' sets out to reconsider the social utopias of the 1960s and early 70s and what we might learn from them today.