Here is a mostly complete list of writers, photographers, illustrators, and collaborators who made/make Sound Collector possible:
Robert S. Beverly
Jeremy P. Bushnell
Jessica V. Chiu
Art Di Furia
Dave Dunlap Jr.
E*Rock studied painting, printmaking, and design in undergraduate school but consider cultural production part of his larger living practice and after college spent a couple decades running record labels, producing music, DJing, creating animation, video work, publishing, creating clothing lines, and organizing different kinds of art and music events. He makes paintings and prints also. See his work at https://e--rock.com/
Justin F. Farrar
Marcellus Hall is a New York City based illustrator. His work has appeared in The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, and Time, as well as in American Illustration, the Society of Illustrators, and Communication Arts annuals. His first cover for The New Yorker was published in 2005. He has self-published books of drawings and writings, including Hard Luck Stories and Legends of the Infinite City. His debut graphic novel, Kaleidoscope City, was originally published by Bittersweet Editions.
Hall has illustrated children’s books that include City I Love (Abrams 2009), The Cow Loves Cookies (Simon & Schuster 2010), Because I Am Your Teacher (Abrams 2012), What's New? The Zoo! (Scholastic 2014) Duddle Puck (Simon & Schuster 2015), and the self-penned Everyone Sleeps (Penguin 2013). ...As a musician Hall has recorded with bands Railroad Jerk and White Hassle and has toured the US, Europe, and Japan. He continues to make music under his own name. A solo album, The First Line, was recorded with accompanying musicians and released on Glacial Pace Recordings in 2011. A second solo album, Afterglow, was recorded and released with The Hostages (Damon Smith, Mike Shapiro, and Troy Fannin) via Bandcamp in 2013.
Pamela Jean Albanese
Doug A. Jones
Adam Kahan lives in Austin, Texas. He plays music with a variety of bands, and sometimes enjoys a live music performance. He used to write about such things, back when paper was wild and printer ink flowed freely through the countryside.
Justin M. Kantor
Steve Lowenthal is the author of Dance of Death: The Life of John Fahey, American Guitarist (Chicago Review Press, 2014, 2018) and currently is the Director of Operations at the Black Editions Group.
Elizabeth Mendez Berry
Bill Meyer has written about music since the 1980s. His current outlets include The Wire, Chicago Reader, Dusted, Magnet, and Downbeat.
Brendan Francis Newnam
Brendan Francis Newnam has interviewed, and matched wits with, the biggest stars and thinkers of our time, often on The Dinner Party Download (DPD), a nationally syndicated radio show and podcast about arts & culture that he created and co-hosted. The DPD was downloaded over 28 million times. Newnam also created and executive produced the critically acclaimed The Paris Review Podcast and an NEA-funded fiction podcast starring Neil deGrasse Tyson and Nick Offerman. He is the founder of Public Address, a full-service production shop that consults, and creates prestige podcasts for organizations including the Wall Street Journal, the Metropolitan Opera, and Intercontinental Hotels. When not filling ears, Brendan fills notebooks—his writing on travel, food, and design has appeared in publications ranging from The New York Times Magazine to Saveur. His book Brunch is Hell (Little, Brown) received mentions in media outlets including The New Yorker and Esquire. For more detailed information on Brenand Newnam, visit his website.
Seth Price is a contemporary American artist and writer whose multi-disciplinary work explores the immense transformation digital technology has wrought on the meaning of art and artists in society.
Kurt Ralske is an American visual artist and musician. He is the former singer and guitarist in alternative rock band Ultra Vivid Scene.
Patrick Rapa was the music editor at Philadelphia City Paper. He sometimes writes about music for Magnet magazine and short stories for his old blog IReadAShortStoryToday.com. He used to interview comedians for Cowbell Magazine. He currently writes for Philadelphia Magazine.
Robert L. Sevier
Ron A. Shaffer
Dr. Markus P. Spanglestein
Vinny Van Go-Gough
Noah Wall is an artist, composer, and musician based in New York. He grew up in Virginia and studied art in Massachusetts at Hampshire College. His work has been featured by NPR, The Washington Post, WIRED, VICE, FADER, as well as in several Taschen publications. In addition to his own projects, Noah has worked and collaborated with David Byrne, St. Vincent, David Lynch, Maya Lin, Val Kilmer, Richard Meier, Massimo Vignelli, the John Coltrane Foundation, Pharoah Sanders, Vik Muniz, Steven Klein, and Damon Dash. Noah was a member of the MIT Media Lab from 2014-2016 and nominated for a Grammy award in 2012 for his work on David Byrne and St. Vincent's album Love This Giant. For more on Noah Wall visit his website.