Ryan Shorosky is a photographer based in New York. His documentary voice tells a story of wandering soul. After college, he set out to become a "long-haul truck driver," and document the project in its entirety to create an experience for both himself and the viewer. Familiarity and estrangement are common themes for Shorosky, and how the two contrast with one another.
Kayla Varley is a fashion and lifestyle photographer based in Los Angeles. Kayla's imagery is whimsical, youthful, and honest. Her subjects are often moving or engaging in their own moment rather than looking directly at the camera.
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.
Todd Hido is a photographer and writer who takes lengthy road trips, on an endless search of imagery that connects with his own recollections. Hido is well known for photographing worn down buildings, or foreclosed homes, as well as the dwellings that live within suburbia. His narratives of both landscapes and the human form are powerful, dreamy, and cinematic.
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.
Graham Walzer is a Los Angeles based portrait and landscape photographer. His imagery is filled with color, and a subtle humor. Graham splits his time between LA and the road, taking long adventures either by motorcycle or truck, camping alone in various parts of the country.
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.
Ed Ruscha is an American artist based in Los Angeles. A true inspiration, as Ruscha has been a prominent figure within the art world since the 60's. From painting and printmaking, to photography and film, he has provided us with years of bright, bold, statement pieces that have helped shape the pop art movement. Ruscha currently works out of his Culver City studio.
David Benjamin Sherry is a Los Angeles based landscape photographer. David's explorations and travels provide us with breathtaking imagery from around the country. His colorful, and epic photographs are a reminder of how vast the space is around us.
Maarten Boswijk is a documentary, landscape, and portrait photographer from The Netherlands. His work is quiet and still, his subjects are isolated in time and there is almost a dark eerie feeling within each image. Maarten keeps a desaturated palette as he explores the relationship between people and place.
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."
Alistair Taylor-Young is a photographer and director. His landscape work is extremely captivating, and his color palate carries over to his fashion work effortlessly, giving the imagery a airy and dreamlike quality.