Condé Nast Traveller has published an interview with Jeffrey Milstein titled 15 Stunning Shots from the Sky.

Feature Shoot Magazine has included Simon Norfolk's current exhibition Stratographs in their post Top Ten Photo Events and Happenings in New York.

The Museum of Contemporary Religious Art at St. Louis University is hosting a solo show of photographs by Regina DeLuise titled Vast Bhutan: Images From the Phenomenal World. 

The Chobi Mela international festival of photography is currently hosting a group show in Bangladesh titled Intimacy, which includes work from Simon Norfolk's Burke and Norfolk series.

Cultured Magazine has published an article titled Reflecting With Karine Laval.

New York Magazine has published an article titled Who Needs the Gym? Inside a Sober Rave That Starts at Dawn, which includes an image of the event created by Matthew Pillsbury.

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art will be hosting Doug Hall: The Terrible Uncertainty of the Thing Described. The large scale sculptural installation, which includes multiple channels of video, will be on display at the San Francisco Art Institute from March 28th to June 6th, 2015.

Michael Najjar is preparing himself  for a journey into space as part of his "outer space" art project. A new documentary film shows his preparations at various aerospace training centers in the USA, Germany and Russia. The film will be released in Spring 2015. Click READ MORE to view the trailor.