Sasha Samsonova is a young photographer from Kiev, Ukraine. At 17, she shot her first story for Harper's Baazar and quickly made a name for herself in the fashion industry. Now based in LA, she works closely with Kylie Jenner and major fashion publications.
Brad Ogbonna is a photographer based in New York. His work spans from fashion, music, portraiture and lifestyle. Brad grew up in a strict household setting that has somewhat shaped his "no boundaries" theme that appears in his imagery and films.
Laura Austin is a Los Angeles based travel and lifestyle photographer. Laura's passion is story-telling through her adventures with natural beauty found both in people and places. Her imagery conveys a specific emotion that makes you want to be in the photograph or live vicariously through her eyes a she documents the world one trip at a time.
Hart + Leshkina is a collaborative duo based in New York. Their work is soft with a earthy, neutral color palette. This duo combines the worlds of fashion, art, and performance in their imagery. The minimalistic approach in each piece creates a powerful voice that makes each image impactful on its own.
Julia Fullerton-Batten is a Fine Art photographer currently living in England. Her imagery is stunning and thoughtfully composed down to every minor detail. Batten's work often features unusual locations, creatively casted models, and touches on themes such as social issues, as well as semi-autobiographical elements of her childhood.
Nicholas Maggio is an editorial photographer and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. His imagery has a cinematic approach and his use of natural lighting is stunning. Nick has worked with clients such as Adidas, Nike, Samsung, and Lexus and many more. There is an intimacy in his work that creates a deeper connection between the subject and the viewer.
Cesar Ancelle Hansen is a French photographer who loves to snap images of anything concerning water or island life. The 36 year old enjoys shooting with all types of cameras. He captures the raw motion and lifestyle of ocean dwellers in his work.
Elizabeth Weinberg is a photographer based out of Los Angeles, California. Her effortless style creates a sense of freedom in her photos. This award-winning photographer uses youth and travel as her main subjects, which also contributes to the playful vibe.
Steven Brahms is a photographer and director based in New York. Steven started his career as a photo editor at Bloomberg News, with a degree in photojournalism he was able to dive right into shooting on his own. Youth culture is a common theme in Steven's images, and his film stories tend to have a hint of humor.
Todd Cole is a photographer and director based in Los Angeles. With a focus on fashion, portraiture, and lifestyle, his imagery is whimsical and his subjects are portrayed in a real, honest way. Youth culture is a common theme in Todd's voice, and his photographs and films have been shown all around the world.
Chris Buck is a photographer who splits his time between New York and Los Angeles. His images are insightful making each subject feel unique and true to character. Chris is currently working on a new book called "Uneasy" that consists of portraits shot from 1986-2016.
Travys Owen is a South African photographer and film director. His imagery is bold, poised, and truly stunning. Owen's portraits are still, and stark, leaving each image feeling like a painting. Often, his subjects take up most of the frame, creating beautiful tension between the shapes of the body and the edge of the image.
Qiu Yang is an elite still life photographer and filmmaker. His unique pairings, set designs, and bold use of props truly make the work stand out, creating his own minimalistic style. Qiu currently splits his time between New York and Amsterdam.
Jake Stangel is a photographer based in San Francisco. Jake is constantly traveling the country either by bike or car, shooting photographs to continue his lifelong story. His images have a subtle humor to them, much like his own personality.
Christopher Anderson is a photographer from Canada. Anderson's imagery is powerful and emotional, he defines his voice as "experiential documentary." He is a member of Magnum Photos, and was New York Magazine's first ever "photographer in residence."