Bobby Doherty is a 27 year old photographer based out of Brooklyn, New York. Many of his photographs are still life with a twist. Doherty's main subjects are food and drink, which he uses to create his signature quirky vibe.
Daniel Seung Lee is a photographer based in New York. Daniel studied at Art Center College of Design, and has developed a style that is bright and tasteful. The selected images are part of his "still life" series.
Tom Van Schelvan is a fashion, editorial, and sports photographer based in London. His work captures the purest forms of youth and freedom. His subjects evoke a sense of emotion that you can connect with almost instantly. Tom loves shooting with film and has recently developed a series of "moving pictures."
Tom Slack is a fashion and still life photographer and film maker from Los Angeles. His work is tasteful and extremely beautiful with an eye for the simple, subtle kind of light and textures. The imagery shown below is a sample of his most recent work. In this selection, you can see that much of his inspiration comes from painting, and fashion photography of the 50's and 60's.
Karol Banach is an illustrator and graphic designer originally from Poland. His process is experimental and playful, filled with color and shape. Karol's characters are abstract and almost have their own personalities that pop off the page.
Will DeLeon is a product photographer based in Los Angeles. Will received his photography education from Art Center College of Design, in Pasadena, CA. He uses a brilliant color palette, and has impeccable lighting skills.
Grant Cornett is a self taught photographer mostly recognized for his still life imagery. He seems to find the beauty in mundane objects, with a color palette and lighting style that feels surreal and painterly.
Olivia Malone is a photographer who is currently bi-costal between Los Angeles and New York. Her love for traveling and story-telling make beautiful fashion editorials that are timeless. Olivia is now directing music videos and short films.
Cru Camara is a photographer born and raised in the Philippines. Camara's work is quiet and subtle with a palette that consists of neons and pastels. This specific use of color creates an eerie fantasy that almost separates you from your own reality.