Erin Teresa Browning
Photographer
The main theme of my work centers around the ideas of celebration, ceremony, convergence and community. I am looking to explore these ways in which people come together. The very human search to find happiness, comfort, solidarity, and connections through celebration, faith, convergence in times of unrest, community, and cultural identity. My aim is to capture the events and places that fill each of these wants and needs as well as the human responses to them. A face in the crowd, if you will, and then the crowd itself as a whole unfocused on any individual. I want to explore each of these outlets individually and then bring them together into one body of work as they overlap their intent and representation of what brings us together. I find that the most comfortable place for me to exist is behind the camera. I feel very unconnected to the world most of the time. I am physically present but always seem just outside of what is happening, an autonomous spectator. This constant feeling is what fuels my need to understand and experience what drives people to connect. I see in the world the need for it, the ways people try to achieve it, and on many levels enjoy it, but fail to truly grasp it for myself. I am just beginning this exploration, and as I flesh out my body of work, the ideas I am attempting to put into words here will be a visually cohesive body of work. I see this as a long term, large scale, project. I shoot 35mm film on a Nikon F2 camera and am moving into the world of medium format photography. I plan to travel, immersing myself into places and events that speak to my visual narrative of human connectivity. My focus right now is within the Unites States, a county fair in Texas, the pilgrimage to El Santuario de Chimayo in New Mexico, Day of the Dead celebrations in Los Angeles, Thunderbird Pow Wow in NYC, as just a few examples.

WORK

DISCOVER

Ryan Rudewicz: RudePolaroids
2021 Roundup
Birthday Portrait of Timothée Chalamet
Movies With Matvey Cherry: The Hand Of God
Movies With Matvey Cherry: The Velvet Underground
Erin Teresa is Here for The Cake Boys
Patrick Arias: “Bushwig is Like a True to Life Family Reunion”
Bec Steighner Focuses on Details
Erin Teresa Browning
Photographer
The main theme of my work centers around the ideas of celebration, ceremony, convergence and community. I am looking to explore these ways in which people come together. The very human search to find happiness, comfort, solidarity, and connections through celebration, faith, convergence in times of unrest, community, and cultural identity. My aim is to capture the events and places that fill each of these wants and needs as well as the human responses to them. A face in the crowd, if you will, and then the crowd itself as a whole unfocused on any individual. I want to explore each of these outlets individually and then bring them together into one body of work as they overlap their intent and representation of what brings us together. I find that the most comfortable place for me to exist is behind the camera. I feel very unconnected to the world most of the time. I am physically present but always seem just outside of what is happening, an autonomous spectator. This constant feeling is what fuels my need to understand and experience what drives people to connect. I see in the world the need for it, the ways people try to achieve it, and on many levels enjoy it, but fail to truly grasp it for myself. I am just beginning this exploration, and as I flesh out my body of work, the ideas I am attempting to put into words here will be a visually cohesive body of work. I see this as a long term, large scale, project. I shoot 35mm film on a Nikon F2 camera and am moving into the world of medium format photography. I plan to travel, immersing myself into places and events that speak to my visual narrative of human connectivity. My focus right now is within the Unites States, a county fair in Texas, the pilgrimage to El Santuario de Chimayo in New Mexico, Day of the Dead celebrations in Los Angeles, Thunderbird Pow Wow in NYC, as just a few examples.
DISCOVER
Ryan Rudewicz: RudePolaroids
2021 Roundup
Birthday Portrait of Timothée Chalamet
Movies With Matvey Cherry: The Hand Of God
Movies With Matvey Cherry: The Velvet Underground
Erin Teresa is Here for The Cake Boys
Patrick Arias: “Bushwig is Like a True to Life Family Reunion”
Bec Steighner Focuses on Details

BIO

Alexey Kim is a New York City–based independent queer artist, writer, journalist, and photographer. He is the founder of the LGBTQIA+ focused news editorial vertical Sidewalkkilla.com. Alexey was born in Kazakhstan, formerly part of the USSR, eventually moving to the US in his early teens.


Alexey started his career as a photo contributor to Gayletter magazine in June 2018, covering events, parties, and fashion shows, and photographing still life and editorial shoots for the magazine’s blog as well as print issues of the magazine.


Alexey’s work has also been published in The New York Times, New York Magazine, V magazine, WWD, Paper, Out, The Cut, them., Glamour, Advocate, People, Buzzfeed and more.


In June 2019 Alexey decided to start his own venture and founded an LGBTQIA+ news editorial vertical called Sidewalkkilla.com, concentrating on nightlife, events, and personal stories from the LGBTQIA+ community.


Alexey has extensive experience in social media management, still, product, portrait, fashion, event, and nightlife photography. His past and present clients include Indochine NYC, Sotheby’s, Douglas Elliman, Geena Rocero, Major Food Group, Gayletter, The Beau Next Door, Flowerling, EdoEyen, Revery clothing, and Octomobility.