FotoFilmic ’15 Shortlist 03 | Ashley Kauschinger

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Congratulations to Ashley Kauschinger for having her work selected to be featured in a portfolio in FotoFilmic ’15 Shortlist 03.

Fotofilmic was founded in 2012 as a global film-photography publication and curation platform dedicated to emerging and unknown photo talents attached to film worldwide. FOTOFILMIC’15 is the 3rd edition of FotoFilmic’s annual and global film photography competition.

In the global context of digital technology FotoFilmic reflects an ongoing transformative understanding of Film Photography as a distinct fine art medium and practice within contemporary photography. While most film shooters are presently found in academic art departments pursing advanced degrees, FotoFilmic’s core intention is to open wide the publication doors of contemporary film photography to all talented amateurs without restriction of ages or location that demonstrate high quality of execution and creative envisioning.

For its 3rd iteration FotoFilmic is excited to expand its global film photography reach into America’s East Coast and Asia! FotoFilmic’15 is pleased to announce new partnerships with two prominent photography exhibitors in Manhattan, New York and the Gangnam District in Seoul, two of the world’s most effervescent art and cultural centers, to bring Contemporary Film Photography as a whole into a new highly international East-West focus!

Ashley received her BFA from Savannah College of Art and Design and her MFA from Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas. Ashley is also the Founding Editor of Light Leaked, an online photography magazine that creates dialogue and community. Ashley lives and works in Columbia, SC, where she is an adjunct professor at the University of South Carolina.


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