Tim BaskervilleTom PaivaLance Keimig Steve HarperBill Schwab Troy PaivaMichael FryeStu Jenks
Michael Pierazzi Karekin GoekjianDavid BaldwinSusanne FriedrichLarrie ThomsonRobert Vizzini
Matthew Lennert • Chris Sullivan • Adam MooreBrian KellyWilliam LeschBlake HinesAndrew Sanderson
Helen GarberSean McHughDan HellerPhilip Pankov Toni Ramon

Chris Sullivan (Colorado)
He has come to regard the act of shutter clicking as a matter of Collecting Something, rather than picture taking. He uses a camera, desktop publishing, and the internet as vehicles to present to his viewers his latest discoveries, taken from the streets of San Francisco (where he lives) and the open road (he likes travel). Sullivan is the editor/publisher of a zine called the Journal of Public Domain (JPD). Each issue contains bits of found text hoisted from sidewalks, dumpsters, employee bulletin boards, car windshields, purloined personal correspondence, and community telephone poles.

"I call my practice with the camera Language Photography because my nature to understand speech as a visual medium sees it that way; over the years I've noticed the pictures I am most attracted to happen when muttering occasions the moment of exposure - these scenes, from a camera guided as much by ear as eye strike me as a way to preserve both what I saw and what I thought."

"Round here we're never sent to bed early
And nobody makes us wait
Round here we stay up very, very, very, very late."

Round Here by Counting Crows