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.
Keith Hayes is a photographer based out of New York City. However, there's more to him that meets the eye; because, during the day he works as an art director at Little, Brown and Company, curating book covers.
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.
Jack Waterlot is a fashion photographer originally from Paris, and is currently based in New York City. Jack began capturing the beauty of people, places, and culture at a young age, while traveling the world with his artist parents. Jack photographs his models with a fresh, bold, and contemporary eye.
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.
Vava Ribeiro is a Brazilian photographer whose career began with surfing and painting in Rio de Janeiro. After moving to New York, he transitioned into a full-time photographer. His exposure to beach culture at an early age has heavily influenced his work over the years, especially his current imagery that highlights youth culture in beautiful and romantic way.
Daniel Gordon is a photographer, painter, and collage artist living and working in New York. With photography being the main focus in his practice, there are equal parts sculpture and collage in each meticulous piece. Gordon's work incorporates hundreds of internet print outs layered with magazine and newspaper cut outs, which are pieced together in a three dimensional fashion and then photographed to create an ecstatic yet visually peaceful scene.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Heather Sten is a fashion and portrait photographer from Los Angeles but is currently based in New York. She adds color and props into her imagery in such a unique way. Her subjects are still and stoic, yet in way you feel connected to their disconnect.