Gabrielle received a BFA in photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2018. She was born in Florida, but moved around due to being in a military family. After spending her first semester abroad at the American University of Rome in Italy, she moved to Atlanta to pursue her photography career.
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Adam Grimm is a transitioning Explosive Ordnance Disposal (Bomb Squad) from the USAF. After years of exploring the world, and seeing some of its worst, he is dedicating the rest of his life to capturing beauty and truth through a lens. A lover of light and presentation, he is currently designing innovative ways to enhance the availability and styles of displaying photography. His recently established business, A Grimm Arts LLC, is the focal point for his visions of brining fine art photography to more lives.
Ann van epps
Ann Van Epps is a conceptual photographer who graduated with a BFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2018.
She was awarded a silver medal from the San Francisco Bay International Photo Show, honorable mention for PDN’s Emerging Photographer Award in 2015 and was a Semi-Finalist in the Adobe Awards in 2016 & 2017. Her work has appeared in group shows at the Synthetica Gallery in Cincinnati Ohio, as well as SCAD affiliated shows including Sulfur Studios Experiments show, DeFine Art and Open Studio at Alexander Hall, Silver & Ink at the Gutstein Gallery and Look Here! at the Welmont Gallery. Additionally, she has been published in Light Leaked “Subconscious” online exhibition 2017, LostAtEMinor.com, SCAD Art Sales, LENSCRATCH, and Marathon Literary Review as well as countless Instagram features. She now resides in Brooklyn, New York.
Keenan Hadley is a photographer with a love for studio lighting and the desire to improve upon his skills by working to generate innovative ideas. Keenan often turns the camera on himself, and in doing so, he has captured the dark yet colorfully whimsical corners of his own psyche. With his work, Keenan aims to invite people along his journey of humor, growth, and self-discovery."
Anna Robertson is a photography and writing student at the Savannah College of Art and Design. She is from Florence, Alabama and her love for the Southern landscape shows through in her work. Her work deals with feminine identity, southern identity and place, and our relationship with the natural world. She currently lives in a little pink house full of plants, art, and old cameras in Savannah, Georgia.