Jesse Manley has a fresh track for your hungry ears. Photo by Amanda Tipton. There are many reasons to create music, of course. There’s the pedestrian desire for popularity, there is the vaulted idea of artistic creation, but there are also less common reasons. For Jesse Manley, one reason seems to be archeological exploration. On […]
Kristen Hatgi-Sink works in both color digital photography as well as in collaboration with her husband Mark Sink utilizing the 19th century collodion wetplate process. She received her BFA from the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University. Her work has been exhibited in New York, Boston, Washington DC, and Denver.