Stephanie Cash has been the Editor of BURNAWAY since November 2013. She was an editor at Art in America magazine in New York from 1993 to 2012. At BURNAWAY, she is responsible for all editorial content for the website and print editions, and for producing the Atlanta Art Guide, a free guide and map of current exhibitions and venues in the city. She also manages the Art Writers Mentorship Program, now in its third year.
Tori Tinsley (b. 1980) received her BFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of Michigan, MAAT in Art Therapy from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and recently completed her MFA in Painting and Drawing at Georgia State University. In the summer of 2014, she was a resident fellow at Hambidge and will be attending the Vermont Studio Center in June 2016. Tori is a WonderRoot Season 07 CSA Artist, a 2015 Idea Capital Grant recipient, and her work was chosen for the upcoming South issue of New American Paintings. Currently, she is planning a solo exhibition at Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery in Atlanta, GA. Tori is represented by 19 Karen Contemporary Artspace in Gold Coast, Australia and Tasini Gallery in New York. More information can be found at www.toritinsley.com.
An Atlanta native, Jessica Miller came to BURNAWAY from Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, where she was the Marketing and Publicity Director from 2014 to ’16, as well as Gallery Assistant from January 2015 to July 2016. Previously, Miller worked as an organizer for the Hambidge Art Auction and assisted with the Art Papers auction. Miller received her BFA with a concentration in sculpture from Georgia State University in 2012. Her work has been shown at the Atlanta Zine Fest, MINT Gallery, and Kibbee Gallery.
Kimberly Binns has a background in art and design, and a lifelong curiosity and appreciation of all things creative. She is a creative partner with artist Fabian Williams in the production and creative development firm Temporary Visionary. She will be included in the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia’s Working Artist Prize apprenticeship exhibition. She is also producing her own "micro-mentary" series on artists. Kimberly is originally from Washington D.C. and holds a BFA from Georgia State University. She does karaoke like nobody’s business and her passions include, well, everything. You can usually find her (and her hair) traversing the arts scene, making new friends, and just being awesome.