Alexander Heilner is a multi-disciplinary artist who works in photography, video, digital imaging, installation, lighting design, and sculpture. His work has been exhibited, screened, and performed nationally and internationally, and venues have ranged from the walls of MoMA to the catacombs of Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery. In addition to his fine art work, Alex works selectively in photojournalism and commercial photography. His images have been featured in National Geographic, JPEG, Details, and on websites including public radio’s Marketplace. Alex earned his B.A. at Princeton University and his M.F.A. from the School of Visual Arts in New York. He is the Associate Dean for Design and Media at MICA, where he also teaches photography.
Nathan Scott Bell, visionary instrumentalist, has made many travels abroad to other countries working and expanding the music with many other fellow musicians. Nathan employs banjo as a shapeshifting tool, using a bow, finger picks, and clawhammer/frailing style to seek out whatever sound that is calling. Nathan uses trumpet, bass, guitar and drums also in his striving to channel the vibrations which exist in the universe.
David Knopp has been a lifetime resident in Baltimore. He is a self taught wood sculptor. He made the transition from cabinetmaker to sculpture in the early 1970′s He currently works in the graphics department of a printing company in Baltimore. David works a night shift, and spends the daylight producing art.