New York-based photography studio Floto + Warner consists of Jeremy Floto and Cassandra Warner, a married couple making excellent photography togheter. Their colorful series ‘Smoke’ was done in abandoned buildings in Nevada’s bare but beautiful desert. We love it!
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Swedish-Born photographer Camilla Åkrans is one of our favorite fashion photographers, Åkrans, who’s work comes mostly from New York and Paris is one of the most know fashion elite photographers of this decade. Have an eye and look for inspiration.
The My little Dead Dick is the name Taiwanese-American Patrick Tsai and Chinese Madi Ju photo diary which lasted from the summer of 2006 to the summer of 2007 – exactly one year from the first day they met. Patrick Tsai and Madi Ju continued working and living together until their break-up which happened on the same day as the big earthquake in Western China in the summer of 2008. Today they are both renown photographers with different individual projects, but to me this is still the most beautiful thing they’ve ever done.
Amy Stein is a photographer who was raised in Washington, DC, and Karachi, Pakistan. Nowadays she is based in New York City where she works as a photographer as well as a teacher in photography at Parsons The New School for Design and the School of Visual Arts. Her work explores our evolving isolation from community, culture and the environment and she has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. Furthermore, her stunning work also forms part in many private and public collections such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Photography, the Nevada Museum of Art, the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art and the George Eastman House Photography Collection.
Hello, My name is Viktor. I like to take pictures.
Mostly in Stockholm but I do like to travel.
Colorful splashes everywhere, soft skyn silhouettes around, the portfolio of the young Brazilian photographer Grabriel Wickbould is an innovative way through new experimentation.
Greg William‘s phtographic style merges reportage together with cinematic lighting and composition.
This is not the first time we feature Damien Vignaux, or Elroy as he is also called, but we really like his work. Damien is a French freelance art director and photographer based in Berlin, Germany. He is involved in both motion design, DJing, web and print design, illustration and painting as well as taking photos of beauties in t-shirts. Yummy!
Dutch Scarlett Hooft Graafland graduated from the Royal Academy of Art in Hague in 1999. She then completed postgraduate studies in Belzalel, Jerusalem and a Master’s in sculpture at Parsons, New York. But, what really has caught the world’s eyes are not her sculptures but her photographs. Graafland is fascinated by remote, unusual and sometimes even inhospitable locations which she documents with her analogue camera. She then prints them straight from the negative and never uses Photoshop. Some places she has gone are Salar de Uyunu in the Bolivian Andes, the largest salt desert in the world and the Arctic plains of northern Canada where she travelled with the Inuit across the sea ice of Igloolik. She has also taken photographs of Southern China and the lava fields of Iceland.
Alison Brady is a New York-based photographer whose work is both compelling, funny and sometimes disturbing. She is inspired by ‘the faded middle-class coziness’ as well as desires and sexual compulsions. Brady exhibits nationally and internationally and her work is featured in many private and public collections such as Elton John’s collection and the West Collection.