Loreal Prystaj

Loreal Prystaj is a visual artist based in New York. Not only does she try to incorporate the environment in her photography, but she takes it quite literally in one of her series' called "Reflecting on Nature."

Katie Scott

London-based illustrator Katie Scott has a unique style and love of nature. Her subtle color palette feels timeless and really showcases the detail of her drawings.

Michaela Skovranova

Michaela Skovranova is an Australian based filmmaker, photographer and director. Her images are filled with emotion, drama and a certain respect for the duality between beauty and raw power that exists in the ocean and nature. 

Sophie Ebrard

Sophie Ebrard is a London based photographer and director, born in the Alps. She likes experimenting with both nature and light; as well as, getting to know her subjects on a personal level. 

Joyce Kim

Joyce Kim is a photographer based out of Los Angeles. She works mainly on editorial and fashion projects. However, her "Freestyle Nappers" series is one to definitely check out.

Laura Austin

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. 

Monica May

Monica May is a Los Angeles based portrait and sports photographer. She creates a moody, and dreamy palette with each portrait. Monica is a graduate of Art Center College of Design. 

Jason Fulford

Jason Fulford is a photographer and publisher who runs a non profit publishing company called J&L. His work is observational and carries a subtle, dry sense of humor. Jason also studied design, and different uses of shape and space often show up in his images.

Stephen Shore

Stephen Shore is a documentary landscape, portrait, and still life photographer from New York. He is mostly known for his color work shot in the 70's. His photographs can make even the most mundane situations seem beautiful and appealing.