The Mylio Grant: Memories and Stories

Submissions Listing

Current Submissions

These are all of the current grant submissions, newest first.

Reflections on Lost Landscapes

James Robert Southard - Ky, USA

After inheriting my father’s collection of slides from his military career, I discovered his unrealized talent as a photographer. I want to print a two volume book on the subject of my father’s images, travel and work paired with my own. Book 1 will exhibit some of the best images from my father’s travels and the 2nd book will be made from images I build from his slides. I have already started scanning these slides to build my own interpretation of where we would both travel now if we could.


Immigration dream

Anastasiia Kotelnyk - Kiev, Ukraine

A year ago  friends of mine won the Green Card lottery and moved to the United States of America . They had decided to participate in the lottery just for fun and out of curiosity, and unexpected for themselves won it . They have been married for 7 years, have their own apartment in a big city, jobs and a dog. Had they ever dreamt of or planned to move to the US or any other county? Never! They did not even speak English.


Dear Daisy ~ The treasure that surrounds us

Kelly Korte - CA, United States

Clocklocket photography presents “Dear Daisy” which is a photo series taken and collected over the last 3 years in Healdsburg, california where i live with my husband and our 6 daughters.
I work from home as Owner/Photographer of Clocklocket Photography.
Inspired and created by a 113 year old diary i bought from an antique shop, Dear Daisy reflects my research and discovery of the life and history of the diary’s author and roots of the small town we have in common.


In Their Own Words

Paul Giguere - MA, USA

Many people make the perilous journey to the United States from Latin and South America every year. Many come to escape the violence in their home country or to seek better economic opportunities. Most come not to settle down in the U.S. but to find temporary sanctuary or employment with the hope of returning home someday. This project explores the stories, memories, hopes, and dreams of immigrants (both newly arrived and those who have lived in the U.S. for years).


LOG BOOK

Daniel Arnaldi - New South Wales, Australia

This project is to document the culture of aerodromes that are currently undergoing this change and which do not see services from larger airlines, with particular focus on the people who work and are connected to there, both long standing and new members who together are a bridge to the past and present.


Kitchen Gods

priya kambli - MO, USA

My artwork is intrinsically tied to my own family’s photographic legacy. At age 18, I moved from India to the United States, a couple of years after my parents passed away. Before I emigrated my sister and I split our photographic inheritance arbitrarily and irreparably in half - one part to remain in India with her and the other to be displaced along with me in America. For the past decade my archive of family photographs has been one of my main source materials in creating bodies of work.


Occupy Wall St.

Matt - New York, New York

I am a visual artist specializing in photography and filmmaking, currently completing my BFA in Photography at Parsons The New School for Design. I was born and raised in New York City. Using photography and mixed media, I am exploring the power of music and imagery to transcend political, economic and social boundaries through storytelling.