Photographer Mikael Owunna's series started as a personal journey of seeking community.
I wanted spontaneous portraits of Bushwig's drag performers—so I scared them with a fake rat.
"I'm focused on making work that is creatively fulfilling and that honors the process, whatever that looks like. If that is trans work, then let it be trans work. If it's not, let it not be."
We spoke to Lia Clay about her inspirations, the trap of tokenization, and the advice she has for young photographers.
Photographer Miranda Barnes carries her camera around Sunset Park, Brooklyn, to show the spaces and faces that make it beautiful.
Grace Ahlbom's new series of zines shed light on how the photographer uses the medium as an icebreaker and access point for new relationships.
Photographer Aïda Muluneh's work defies Western perceptions of the East African nation.
Open Style Lab's summer program at Parsons School of Design pairs engineers, designers, and therapists with a person with a disability to make accessible clothing, tech, and wearables. We took a look at this year's showcase.
Photographer Mateus Porto walks the line between fiendish and angelic.
Norwegian photographer Anja Niemi's latest series explores the limitation of gender roles and the freedom that comes with breaking the binary.