Contributing to entropy since 1994, doughnut lover, aquatically inclined, and gravitationally challenged, Dylan is a Northern Virginia native and graduate of Alfred University, where she received a BFA with a minor in art history focusing on photography. She has been a portrait editor for Jonathan Grassi, an intern at Benrubi Gallery in Chelsea, an assistant to fine art photographer Hannah Whitaker, and a gallery archivist. Dylan’s work has been included in exhibitions at the Turner Gallery at Alfred University, the Snodgrass Gallery in Alfred, New York, and the Greater Reston Arts Center in Reston Virginia. Her work explores the cultural construction of female identity. You can see her work at www.dylankalinastaniszewski.com.
The man behind Little Metal Print, Ken is also the founder of Ken Allen Studios, which provides consultation and digitization for permanent collections, exhibit printing, and large-format display printing. His respect for film and historic photographs, participation in the Kodak PhotoCD project, and involvement in commercial digital photography since its earliest years gives him a deep knowledge in the development of the digitization of images. He is a master printer, avid runner, and lover of greyhounds.