Charlotte Rutherford

Charlotte Rutherford’s photography is fun, bright and tinged with humor and 1980s sass. Shooting editorial for the likes of Vice and Tank magazine and look-books for Lazy Oaf and Baby G, the self-taught photographer maintains an aesthetic that is both well-informed and original. She cites David LaChapelle and Pierre et Gilles as major influences on her work, saying that they prove the encouraging dictum “OK cool, you can do like ANYTHING.” I couldn’t agree more.  



Michael Donovan

Michael Donovan uses visual art and a podcast to communicate his interests in the "Two Great Bookends of Life," (sex and death) as well as the exciting content that fills our experience. His work trains his eye on spirituality, intersections of culture mashups, materialism, youth, aging, objectification, mental health, environmentalism, and the confusion and joys we develop from living a life wandering through interesting times.  



Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton-Jones

Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton-Jones have collaborated together since 1998. Their practice is a unique collision of art direction, concept, design, photography, image creation and post-production. Their design team is run from 'The Studio', in London's East End. Through a shared fascination of the image-making process and exploration of the digital revolution, they push their discipline towards creating a more three-dimensional canvas. They regard themselves to be part of a creative renaissance, and in this environment challenge themselves to create what they consider a 'hypervisual' aesthetic, a stimulating visual state they claim provokes 'a shift in consciousness'.

Anna Lomax

Anna Lomax born and bred in South London and currently working in East London having graduated from Brighton University in Illustration. Fascinated by the bizarre, pop-culture, folk art, pound shops and other peoples junk, intruiged by inventions, colour, movement and scale. Working within the field of art direction and set design from small scale still life through to large scale installation using a range of mediums for varied clients. Clients include Nike, Becks, Topshop, Selfridges, Clarks Originals, Converse, Vauxhall Cars, Vogue. Editorials include Vogue UK, Creative Review,  Garage Magazine, Viewpoint Magazine, Elle Collections and the Independent.

Tania et Vincent

Tania et Vincent are photographers who have lived and worked together in Paris for 5 years. They met in ECAL Art and Design School in Lausanne, where they were trained in photography and graphic design. Their work focuses on still life – not just simple depictions but compositions of the image to become a scene of surreal collages constructed with items in different materials and scales. Their images are created by mounting the works themselves in the studio rather than composed in post-production.

Lucasz Wierzbowski

Lukasz Wierzbowski was born in 1983 and is a self taught photographer living in Warsaw. Wierzbowski’s photographic work covers a huge range as he shoots in both colour, black and white, portraits and everything in between. Nevertheless, what really makes him stand out is his way of taking peculiar, yet eccentrically normal photos of mesmerizing girls in ordinary locations that turn magical when he adjusts his lens. In other words, photography at it’s best.

Jessica Backhaus

Jessica Backhaus was born in Cuxhaven, Germany in 1970 and grew up in an artistic family. At the age of sixteen, she moved to Paris, where she later studied photography and visual communications. Here she met Gisele Freund in 1992, who became her mentor. In 1995 her passion for photography drew her to New York, where she assisted photographers, pursued her own projects and lived until 2009.Jessica Backhaus is regarded as one of the most distinguished voices in contemporary photography in Germany today. Her work has been shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions, including the National Portrait Gallery, London, and the Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin. These images are from the series I Wanted To See The World.

Osma Harvilahti

Osma Harvilahti is a Helsinki born photographer who travels the world and captures magical, graphic moments. Surreal and sublime, his work  is made most often using natural light and surroundings. Using mostly a Nikon 35mm, there is the most beautiful raw and organic feel to his images that make you feel as if you are there in the moment, with nothing but silence surrounding.


Christopher Churchill

Christopher Churchill works as a fine art and commissioned photographer based in New England. His photographs are held in various permanent collections that include The Corcoran Gallery of Art, The Center for Creative Photography, The High Museum of Art, The J. Paul Getty Museum, MFA Boston, MFA Houston, The Museum of Contemporary Photography and The Smithsonian. His first monograph American Faith, was published in 2012 by Nazraeli Press and the Joy of Giving Something. In 2010 he was named to the Critical Mass top 50. He had had the good fortune of working with a variety of clients that include Budweiser, Businessweek, Esquire, Fast Co., Inc., GQ, Liberty Mutual, Newsweek, NYTimes Magazine, Stern, Time, Travel & Leisure, Salvation Army and PBS. He lives outside of Boston with his wife and two daughters.