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.
Dustin Aksland is a travel and portrait photographer based in New York. Dustin has a strong vision and a true connection to his subject matter, whether it be a landscape or a person, the emotional aspect is present. Using natural light and film are common efforts of Dustin, as he seeks to portray an honest experience of the subject or place he is photographing.
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."
Neil DaCosta is a photographer based in Portland, OR. His photographs tell a story of youth and odd experiences or interactions. Neil is currently developing a body of film work, and has recently started a "drone selfie" project.
Malick Sidibe was a documentary photographer known for his images of West Africa. Malick, a legend, has passed away today. His iconic black and white images of the 1960's pop culture will always inspire us.
Chantal Anderson is a photographer based in Los Angeles, by way of the Pacific Northwest. Her work varies from documentary to fashion, and portraiture. Chantal creates stories of youth culture, and her journalism background influences her process.
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.
Malia James is a documentary photographer and director based in Los Angeles. Malia is also the bass player of the all girl band "Dum Dum Girls." She shoots mostly black and white film while touring around the world with her band. Her photos capture youth in such a beautiful, and honest way.