Andrew Lyman is a young and talented photographer from Atlanta, Georgia. His photographs are really intimate, raw and delicate at the same time. They resonate with a gloomy warmth, carefully crafted yet ordinary moments straight out of his own fantasy world.
Andrew is currently pursuing his BFA in photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design and interning for the awesome Aint-Bad Magazine.
Here are some pictures I have taken this winter break in San Francisco. Lots of nice stones and gravel along my path…
A zen garden on a trip to the palm tree forest in Oakland
The Legion of Honor
A house I like in the Mission
A fossil in the Mission
Barry W Hugues
Larry Sultan & Mike Mandel
Christopher Rodriguez’s work highlights the alluring artificiality of our surroundings through banal yet striking scenes. His photographs, both constructed and captured, all seem out of this world though strangely familiar. He just published a beautiful monograph, Sublime Cultivation, with Conveyor Arts, that I was lucky to come across at the LA Art Book Fair.
Originally trained in architecture, Christopher earned an MFA from the School of Visual Arts in 2008. He currently lives in Brooklyn where he teaches photography at Montclair State University, and is the head of artistic production at James Casebere Studio.
I’m really happy to be a part of this online project, sandwiched between two of my favorite people and photographers, aka Sean McFarland and Jennilee Marigomen. Also really enjoying the earlier contributors, Matt Grubb for example whose work I didn’t know.
Check it out!