Elaine Suzanne Miller explores the themes of death, transience, memory, preservation, and both the frailty and resilience of the human spirit through challenging experiences. While much of her work is based on personal experience, it encompasses universal themes which are intended to incite conversation and encourage others to tell their story.
She graduated with a B.F.A. from Indiana University in 2011. Her project, “it would lose all purpose” has been curated into multiple group shows nationally, with a solo show in PhotoNOLA. Elaine currently lives and works in Chicago, IL.
Jason Robinette is a Chicago-raised, Brooklyn based photographer. His main area of concentration is portraiture in the commercial, editorial and film fields. He also continues to focus on personal work, such as 'The Deconstruction Project', which was recently featured on the cover of Driftless Magazine.