Paola + Murray are a match made in food photography heaven. The duo great range that shows off both the fine details and beautiful imperfections. And their travel, portrait, and motion work shouldn't be missed either.
Kehinde Wiley is a New York based portrait painter. Most recently, he's been tapped by President Barack Obama to paint his official portrait for the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C.
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.
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.
Dan Winters is an artist with a wide range of talents, which all translate into the look he has spent his career defining. His talents range from portrait and documentary photography, to illustration and collage art. Known for his unique color palate, he finds a way to bring a bit himself into each of his portraits, and treats his all of his subjects with a heroic dignity.
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."
Carissa Gallo is a photographer and director based in Los Angeles. Carissa's work is emotional and beautiful, she is currently working on a series called "color studies" in which she explores the way humans interact with color. Often, her subjects are hiding their face, or are comfortably posed in their surroundings. These quiet moments tell a story of the artist's connection with her work and with her subjects.