Dylan Culhane (b. 1981) is a Cape Town based photographer and curator who codirects MUSEUM Photographic Art Gallery in Salt River, Cape Town. He holds a degree in Film, Media & Visual Studies from the University of Cape Town (UCT), as well as a B.A. in Cinematography from the South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Perfor mance (AFDA). He just completed his M.A. in Media Theory and Practice at UCT, where he runs seminars on Photo journalism for undergraduate students. Dylan is also the former editor of both one small seed and VICE magazine, and is the founder and photographic director of JRNL, a new online magazine experiment documenting contemporary African culture. His work has been exhibited in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Beijing, Zesit, and London, where he is represented by EB&Flow Gallery.