Pratya Jankong was born into a farmer family in rural Thailand. Shortly after graduating college with a degree in horticulture, he began teaching himself photography and joined Amarin Publishing as a staff photographer.
In 2014 he moved to the United States to pursue an MFA. Since moving to the US, Pratya has been working on personal projects centered on immigration, urban environments, global mobility, and family. As a person of color who grew up outside of the United States, he is interested in exploring diasporic Asian American identities, especially the lives of third culture children born to Asian American parents.
He seeks to build a collaborative approach to a photographic practice that expands the definition of community.
Olga Fedorova grew up between Ukraine and Russia in the turbulent years that followed the fall of the Soviet Union. After moving to New York, she studied political philosophy and became involved in activism, which continues to inform her photographic practice. She has been making photographs since 2018.
Her work has been featured by Aintbad and Humble Arts Foundation and was selected for Santa Fe Portfolio Review. Olga is currently focusing on solutions-based photojournalism and documentary photography. Her next projects are concerned with affordable housing, immigrants from Eastern Europe, and urban environmenta inequality.