Guest photographers for the 2022 Edition
John Simmons,ASC [ Guest of Honor ]
After studying Visual Anthropology and then Documentary Cinema in Paris, I made two documentary films in Benin, “Nomadic Projections” in 2008 and “Under the Palabres Tree” in 2014 – selected in 15 festivals and awarded 2 international prizes.My work is part of the long time that requires immersion in a piece of land and a relationship with the Other.
Greg Hatton is an African-American Cinematographer // Documentary Photographer, born and raised in Los Angeles, California.
His love for image making came at a very early age. His family had cameras around, perhaps as much as any other family of the time; but what really sparked his interest in the art was when he discovered the family photo albums.
Ashleigh Coleman (1983, Virginia) is a self-taught photographer. As she susses out where she lives and what is required of her as a mother, Ashleigh looks through the lens of an inherited Hasselblad.
Anne Berry is recognized for her ability to create lyrical, intimate portraits of animals. Her portraits of primates in small zoos in Europe reveal their unique personalities. Anne also explores the theme of childhood and photographs Georgia’s coastal wilderness.