Josh Bergeron
Josh Bergeron is a documentary photographer based in Boulder, Colorado, USA. Josh’s work has been featured in the Huffington Post, The Picture Professional, Rear Curtain Magazine, and Fraction Magazine. His images from India were made into two limited edition artist books produced in collaboration with Denver-based artist Sammy Lee. The books, “Shahjahanabad” and “Mayabheda,” are in the permanent collections of the following institutions as well as private collectors: Miami University, Indiana University, Savannah College of Art and Design, UC Berkeley, University of Denver, and the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. Josh has shown work as part of over 15 exhibitions, including at Milk Gallery in NYC, the Miami Street Photography Festival, and the Berlin Photo Biennale, additionally, he is a regular contributor to Rex Features in London.
The Front Rangers
The Front Range is a vertical strip of land that stretches from southeast Wyoming down to south-central Colorado. This narrow swath follows the longitudinal conjunction of the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains. The greatest concentration of people in Colorado also happen to live within this metropolitan corridor. I live in Boulder, Colorado, which is located near the center of the region. The Front Rangers is my long-term series of work commenting on the lives of those who live here.

The Addis Foto Fest (AFF) was established in 2010 by award-winning photographer and cultural entrepreneur, Aida Muluneh. The festival is organized by Desta for Africa Creative Consulting PLC. AFF is a biennial international photography festival held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It has previously featured exhibitions, portfolio reviews, conferences, projections and film screenings in many different renowned venues. It is also the first and only international photography festival in East Africa.