Ryan McGinley attended Parsons and now resides in New York City. At the age of 25 Ryan was given a solo exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American making him the youngest person ever to receive this honor.
Gray Malin, a Dallas native, graduated from Emerson College in Boston in 2007, majoring in photography and marketing. Malin travels around the world from the U.S. to Brazil to Australia shooting the most beautiful beaches while flying above in a helicopter.
Junghyun was born in Yangpyeong which is a small countryside of South Korea near Seoul. Junghyun has described photography as her destiny and companion. Her photography is very refreshing, soothing, and brings happiness to the viewer.
Gustavo was born in Cassia, Minas Gerais, in 1981. Today he is a journalist and dedicated amateur photographer based in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Gustavo studied photography for one year with Carlos Moreira, probably the most influential classic street photographer in Brazil. After that, he decided to dedicate himself to two never-ending projects: photographing the streets of Sao Paulo and Cassia, his hometown, in sunny early mornings or late afternoons.
Leonard grew up in Sweden and Canada before attending highschool in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. He studied photography in Boston then moved to New York City where he assisted and managed the studio of Todd Selby. He then spent a few years combing through the photography archives at Condé Nast and bartending at the notorious and now defunct, White Slab Palace. Leonard loves hiking, camping, food and is an avid motorcycle enthusiast.
David Aaron Troy’s strong sense of documentary and travel photography derives from his past, a route that has been littered with a lot of ups and downs. It’s all of those first hand life experiences that have helped to shape his photography and provide a window for his style.