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.


Luke Stephenson

For Luke Stephenson, life in Britain and the British psyche are at the core of Lukes work. He photographs what to many epitomises the eccentricity of Britain. Often humorous in their outlook, his series range from prize budgerigars to the World Beard and Moustache Championships. Whether animate or inanimate objects, Stephenson creates affectionate portraits of his subjects and documents worlds often hidden from the mainstream. He graduated in 2005 and has worked as a freelance photographer since. The same year he was awarded the Jerwood Photography Prize and in 2006 was selected as one of ten photographers to showcase their work at the International Festival of Fashion and Photography at Hyeres, France. His work has been published in a variety of publications including The New York Times Magazine, The Guardian, Dazed & Confused, Foam, Art Review and Wallpaper*.


David Cherihew

David Cherihew is a British commercial and fine art photographer specializing in portraiture and sports, who has often shot for Adidas, Nike, Umbro, Sony, Guinness, Sainsburys, BT Sport, Crest, Samsung, Sprite, Coca Cola, Speedo, Powerade, Sky, Redbull, The Royal Opera House, Honda, Swatch, Renault, IBM, Space NK, T Mobile and RBS.




Inka and Niclas

"Like the furtive ornithologist or the sporting arctic explorer, Inka and Niclas seek to preserve the perfect moment when subject and surroundings engage and harmonize. They are fascinated by that instant when travelers go still, becoming carefully placed relics of the captured experience. In this way, they are anthropologists as much as image-makers." Inka and Niklas are fine art photographers living and working in Sweden.

Giasco Bertoli

Giasco Bertoli started by taking pictures of courts in 1999 in southern Switzerland. “I was walking in the woods near where I grew up and I came across an abandoned tennis court. Its spirit was fascinating.” He then went on to photograph other courts in the area, and what started as a pastime gradually developed into a creative obsession. He now shoots primarily for Purple Diary.

Paco Peregrin

Paco Peregrín was born in Almeria, Spain. Paco’s photography carries a perfect blend of sensuality with avant garde and his juxtapositions shows a mastery of the fine line between commercial success and art. Fusing hyper-real futurism with high-end beauty images, he is one of the talents of the Spanish photography with major personality. His work is defined by a marked character of hybridization of styles where come together the latest fashion trends and the most personal conceptual reflections, always providing to his images with a sensual, elegant and mysterious, even perturbing character, trying to interrelate the point of view of the traditional spectator of works of art with the most generic public of the mass-media.He has photographed and art-directed high-profile campaigns for global household names like Nike, Diesel, Adidas, Lee, Vögele Shoes, Gant, Mazda, Toyota, Levi's, EMI Music, Cosmopolitan TV, Jacinto Usán, Maria Barros, Cosentino, Paramita, Carlsberg, La Rinascente, etc.




Stefan Ruiz

Stefan Ruiz studied painting and sculpture at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and the Accademia di Belle Arti, Venice, before turning to photography. In addition, he has taught art at San Quentin State Prison and was the creative director for Colors magazine from 2003 to 2004. His work has appeared in magazines around the world, including the New York Times MagazineDetails,L’Uomo Vogue and Rolling Stone. His award winning advertising photography includes campaigns for Caterpillar, Camper, Diesel and Air France. His photographs have been exhibited at the Photographers’ Gallery, London; Photo España, Madrid; Les Rencontres d’Arles, France; New York Photo Festival; Havana Biennial; and the Contact Photography Festival, Toronto.

Timothy Archibald

Timothy Archibald started photographing his autistic son Elijah when he was 5 years old. His aim was to document the often bizarre and incomprehensible world of his son but the project developed into much more. Elijah has a need for repetition, loves mechanical objects and is socially withdrawn and Timothy set out to document these often annoying habits and rituals. However, over time Elijah became more involved in the process and helped setup and organise locations and poses.

“According to Timothy, his project Echolilia helped him understand the situation, his role as father, but most importantly, to accept his own son’s differences. Those habits that first drove him nuts completely changed through his photos. In Echolilia, father and son create their own visual language, thanks to which they can communicate with each other even when there are no words they both can understand. In fact, Elijah receives positive attention for his rituals, can share something with his dad, and has even started to take his own photos."

Landon Nordeman

Landon Nordeman is a contributing photographer for The New Yorker and Saveur,  and photographs for editorial and commercial clients around the world and in New York City.  American Photography, Communication Arts, Pictures of the Year International, The PDN Photo Annual, The Best of Photojournalism, The Center for Documentary Studies,  PDN's 30, The Society for Publication Design, and The James Beard Foundation and have all commended his work.

Simon Roberts

Simon Roberts (b.1974) is a British photographer based in Brighton, UK. He originally studied a BA Hons Degree in Human Geography at the University of Sheffield (1996), a subject which has informed his subsequent photographic practice. After gaining a diploma from the National Council for the Training of Journalists (1997) and a period working as a magazine photographer, Roberts has spent the past decade dedicated to long-term self-generated projects. Often employing expansive landscape photographs, his approach is one of creating wide-ranging surveys of our time, which communicate on important social, economic and political issues.