Marianna Jamadi is a definitive creative. Finding art through her lens, on paper, in new countries, or in expressive designs, Jamadi “gets lost in the creative process.” Read more “What Drives Nomadic Travel Photographer Marianna Jamadi”
Woody Gooch’s tender years belie the superlative quality of his work. Entirely self-taught, the young Australian photographer is grabbing the attention of the world, all while taking all of the newfound adulation in his remarkably laid-back stride.
Read more “Woody Gooch: Capturing Time on the Crest of a Wave”
Polly Brown collaborates with Mr & Mrs Smith to capture a photograph that embodies each of their twelve award-winning hotels, for an around-the-world project that only ignites her love for travel even more. Read more “Taking Flight With Polly Brown”
Widely acclaimed photographer and cinematographer, Andy Best, has managed to do what most people only dream of doing: traversing some of the world’s most breathtaking landscapes—and getting paid to do it. Read more “Learning Tricks of The Trade with Outdoor Photographer Andy Best”
Imagine if the beach was your front yard, the stars were your roof, the coastal cliffs were your playground and complete strangers became your companions.
A deep sense of nostalgia and longing for the outdoors has not only inspired Alex Strohl; it has cemented his sole aspiration: to travel the world as an adventure photographer, sharing his love for nature and wildlife and capture it all through the lens of a camera. Read more “‘Alternative Living’ with Alex Strohl”
Natural, irrational and appealing are the methodical descriptors the photography duo known as Synchrodogs chose to characterize their work. Although untraditional in nature, these attributes prove iconic and true for all of their photos.
Hailing from Mankato City, Minnesota, Jimmy Chin has soared into the spotlight from humble upbringings to be recognized as one of the world’s most proficient adventure photographer-filmmakers.
It’s common these days, with the proliferation of mass internet content, that successful artists find themselves at the mercy of the media, and in that, having to explain what their artwork represents or how it’s defined.
Water. It is one of the most powerful and relatable elements on our planet. It’s changeability from soothing, reflective glass to waves that roar and crash – loud and angry – mirror our own range of human emotions.
If you can track her down, you will find Majorca-based photographer, Kate Bellm searching for her next adventure and of course, capturing the madness along the way.
We live in a world where your social media number is everything. How many page hits does your blog get? How many Instagram followers do you have? What about retweets, Facebook followers? Social currency has become beyond tangible. With over 266 thousand followers, the Chicago-based Instagram phenomenon Elise Swopes or @SWOPES, has become renown for her surrealist, dreamlike aesthetic that she captures all on an iPhone 6.