British photographer Derek Ridgers discusses his fetish for nightclub portraits and what it’s been like to shoot the London underground scene for nearly four decades. ...more
Trina Calderón is an author, screenwriter, and journalist who specializes writing about subcultures that are not always given a voice in mainstream media. She has researched and written several highly sought after art books including 9:30 A TIME AND A PLACE and RISK: OLD HABITS DIE HARD. She co-wrote the 2014 National Council of La Raza ALMA AWARDS, which aired on prime-time MSNBC, and in 2013, she wrote PUMP ME UP: DC subcultures of the 1980s, the groundbreaking exhibit at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. Her short story, Cash For Books was published in BOOK LOVERS: SHORT STORIES FROM UNDER THE COVERS (Seal Press, 2014).