ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE
Coveteur's Artists in Residence program celebrates and amplifies the work of emerging creatives in the industry. Each quarter, Coveteur will curate a roster of up-and-coming photographers and artists that will lend their distinct eye to collaborate with our team on a series of special projects—from editorials and closet tours, to custom features, in-house imagery and more.
OUR 2021 ROSTER
Lia Clay Miller is a photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. She has won a PDN Photo Annual and is an American Photography Award recipient. She has shot for W magazine, Interview, Aperture magazine, The New York Times, WSJ, Luis Venegas’ Candy magazine, and many others. Miller was also the first trans woman to shoot covers for Hearst, as well as Out magazine. In 2019, she was an award recipient of the 2019 British Fashion Award’s New Emerging Talent. In 2020, Miller was awarded Adobe Rising Stars, as well as being a ‘zeitgeist’ in the Creative Review Photo Annual. Miller's work depicts her subjects in heightened stylized moments often in everyday locations that you would pass on the street. While often working with members in her community, her work strives to create a vision outside the liminal spaces of identity—rather, creating a balance in an industry often populated with few narrative viewpoints.
Lumia Nocito is a New York-based artist. After graduating from The Dalton School, she attended and graduated from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, School of Art in 2021. Her expertise is in photography. Her photography has been exhibited internationally, some institutions include The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The International Center of Photography, and Art Basel Miami. Her work has also been handpicked for shows by curators, such as Hans Ulrich Obrist, and reviewed by art critics, such as Jerry Saltz. She has previously worked under Petra Collins for three years.