The photography for Studio Nahemow is an artistic collaboration with fine art photographers.
Documenting the design projects and the Editions is an ongoing project that reflects both the work of Studio Nahemow and the vision and personal viewpoint of the photographer.



Johnna Arnold is an artist, photographer, educator, urban farmer, and parent based in Oakland, CA. Johnna’s work revolves around her interest in the infrastructure that supports our post-industrial lifestyle, and how a small, fleshy human such as herself can relate to this vast system. Johnna received her BA in Photography from Bard College in 1996, and her MFA from Mills College in 2005. She currently teaches classes in photography to graduate and undergraduate students at the San Francisco Art Institute. Johnna has worked as an Artist-in-Residence at Kala Art Institute and RayKo Photography. She has exhibited at many venues including the Headlands Center for the Arts, San Francisco Camerawork, the Oakland International Airport, and the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery. Her work is a part of multiple public collections including Pier 24 in San Francisco and UNESCO in Paris, France.



Fine art photographer Kurt Manley’s work encompasses urban and landscape photography and environmental portraiture. For this project Kurt says, “ I like responding to Eugene Nahemow’s work in the Editions and in the spaces. In this process I enjoy how Eugene’s work opens up my mind to different possibilities. Everything I am creating for this project takes what I bring and adds another layer to what I am doing and what I am seeing.”



Stuart Gilchrist is a designer, artist and photographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area and Yuba County. Stuart is in the vanguard of contemporary photographers utilizing the iPhone to create works of fine artiphonography. In his photography for Studio Nahemow, Stuart captures interior vignettes with the immediacy and spontaneity of this new medium with compositions that are both abstract and carefully composed. As an artist, Stuart’s series of works on paper have previously been exhibited and Stuart’s work as a master of iphonography is recognized in the group exhibition, Burning Bright, at Dzine Gallery, San Francisco.