Dan Balilty (b. 1979) is a photographer, cinematographer, and music producer born in Jerusalem and based in Los Angeles.
Laurie Klein is recognized worldwide for her infrared photography. Her work embodies a soft passionate style that most often depicts the human experience in nature. Her work has appeared in hundreds of publications and has a life-long record of gallery exhibitions. She has been teaching for over 30 years. Laurie has authored 4 books, including Hand Coloring Black and White Photography, The Female Form with Digital Infrared and co-author of 2 editions of Infrared Photography: Artistic Techniques for Brilliant Images. (She is working on a new book of hand coloring in the digital age.)
Sarah Schulman is a novelist, playwright, screenwriter, nonfiction writer and AIDS historian. Her 20th book, LET THE RECORD SHOW: A Political History of ACT UP, New York 1987-1993 (FSG), swept all the gay book awards and even got some nods from the straight establishment. Sarah is an Endowed Chair in Creative Writing at Northwestern University.
Tobia Makover is a mixed media artist. She starts with an image, the soul of her work, then encompasses many layers of medium that she paints, carves, torches and then preserves in wax and resin through an encaustic process that dates back to the 1st Century, BCE. Her work has expanded to mixed media, object, and installation art.
Natalie Goldberg is the author of fifteen books, including the classic bestseller Writing Down the Bones, which has changed the way writing is taught in the United States; the beloved memoir Long Quiet Highway; the novel Banana Rose; Living Color, about her painting; and her legacy book, The True Secret of Writing. Her latest is Three Simple Lines: A Writer's Pilgrimage to the Heart and Homeland of Haiku. She has taught writing as a practice for the past forty-five years nationally and internationally. She lives in northern New Mexico.
Sam Abell's thirty-year career has been dedicated to achieving artistic expression through documentary photography.
David Alekhuogie received his MFA from Yale University and post-bac BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Thomas Alleman is a commercial, editorial and fine art photographer living and working in Los Angeles.
Debe Arlook is an American artist working in photography. Through color and diverse photographic processes, Arlook’s conceptual work is a response to her surroundings and the larger environment, and depicts the inner and outer worlds of human relationships. Studies in filmmaking and psychology inform these views.
Elizabeth Avedon has a rich history in photography, collaborating with museums, publishing houses, galleries and artists.
Morgain Bailey (she/they) is a visual artist who is passionate about documentary landscape, personal poetics and environmental portraiture.
Kat Bawden is a documentary and editorial photographer and teacher living in Los Angeles.
Peter Bennett is the owner of Citizen of the Planet, LLC and has been shooting environmental and unique travel imagery for over twenty-five years.
Sherrie Berger is co-founder of Scarletworks, a photographer?s agency with a commitment to giving back.
Sean Blocklin is a photographer and lab manager, who moved from Jersey City to sunny California to spend more time in a darkroom.
Susan Burnstine is an award-winning professional fine art and commercial photographer who builds homemade cameras and lenses using plastic, vintage camera parts, and random household objects.
Shawn Bush is a Lens based artist Shawn Bush grew up in Detroit MI, a city whose civic history and geographic location has profoundly influenced the way he thinks about space within the American sociopolitical landscape.
David Calicchio specializes in fashion photography. His work has been published both nationally and internationally.
Joanne A Calitri is a freelance editorial and documentary photographer, and video post-production filmmaker.
Keith Carter is one of the most influential and renowned fine-art/editorial photographers working today.
Elinor Carucci is a New York photographer currently teaching at the graduate program of photography at School of Visual Arts.
Michael Chinnici is a New York-based photographer, author, creative director, and designer. He specializes in documentary photography, including visual storytelling, environmental portraits, and people.
Daniel W. Coburn was born in San Bernardino, California in 1976. His work and research investigate the family photo album as one component of a visual infrastructure that supports the construct of the American Dream.
Michael Crouser was born in 1962 in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1962 and graduated from Saint John's University (Collegeville, MN) in 1985. He began making photographs in earnest at the age of fourteen when he set up a darkroom in his parents' basement, started assisting in Minneapolis commercial photo studios after college, and soon thereafter opened his own studio, shooting for a variety of advertising and editorial clients.
Ann Elliott Cutting is an award winning editorial, conceptual advertising and fine art photographer.
Anna Mia Davidson is an award winning social documentary photographer based in Seattle, born in NYC. In her childhood home darkroom she learned to master the fine art of photography from her father, a Magnum Photography Collective photographer.
Eliot Dudik is an American photographer and book artist with works in institutional and private collections across the globe.
Joanne Dugan is a visual artist, author and editor who lives and works in New York City.
Matt Eich is a photographic essayist working on long-form projects related to memory, family, community, and the American condition.
Jennifer Emery specializes in Commercial, Fashion & Lifestyle Portrait Photography and is an Adjunct Photography Professor.
Jill Enfield is a fine art photographer, educator, curator and author with teaching experience for many years.
England is an Artist-in-Residence at Amherst College in Massachusetts. She is also a resident artist of the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Program in New York.
McNair’s work explores themes of shared experiences and identity by photographing the American cultural landscape amidst forces of modernization.
Todd Felderstein is a narrative and documentary filmmaker and photographer, whose passion behind the still camera came at an early age.
Michael Foley opened his gallery in the fall of 2004 after fourteen years of working with notable photography galleries, including Fraenkel, Howard Greenberg, and Yancey Richardson.
Fran Forman's photo montage constructions have been exhibited widely, both locally and internationally.
David Gibson has been taking street photographs for over 25 years and is one of the founder members of In-public.
Dana Gluckstein has photographed iconic figures including Nelson Mandela, Mikhail Gorbachev, Desmond Tutu, and Muhammad Ali.
Michael E. Gordon is an award-winning fine art landscape photographer of unusual and overlooked natural landscapes.
Greg Gorman has developed and showcased a discriminating and unique style depicting human nature in its infinite range.
Susan Kae Grant is an inventive and influential artist, educator, and early proponent of photographic book arts.
Michael Grecco is a director and one of the top photographers in the world who has created iconic portraits of the most recognized entertainment stars.
Sarah Hadley grew up in Boston and studied art history at Georgetown and photography at the Corcoran College of Art.
Mark Edward Harris? editorial work has appeared in publications such as Life, Vogue, Playboy and the Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine.
Cig Harvey?s photographs and books have been exhibited widely and are in the permanent collections of major museums.
David Hilliard is a contemporary photographer known for his panoramic photographs. Hilliard was born in Lowell, MA, and received a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art, before going on to earn an MFA from Yale University.
Mari Howells is a visual artist and teacher based in New York. She is an adjunct professor at Pratt SCPS, NY where she teaches a class in visual literacy.
Stephen Johnson is admired for his high photographic craft and for his dedication to making fine prints.
Eric Joseph graduated from California State University, Northridge in 1985 with a BA degree in Art, Specializing in Photography.
Stella Kalinina is a Russian-Ukrainian American photographer based in Los Angeles working on contemplative stories about our connections to each other, our personal and communal histories, and the places we inhabit. She brings empathy, curiosity, and a collaborative approach to portrait-based stories that are firmly rooted in the sense of place.
Ed Kashi is a photojournalist, filmmaker and educator dedicated to documenting the social and political issues that define our times.
Hugh Kretschmer's fanciful yet provocative photographs balance between art and commerce, and have brought him critical acclaim.
Bobbi Lane is an award-winning commercial portrait photographer with 30 years of experience.
Jason Langer is best known for his psychological and noirish visions of contemporary urban life, oftentimes using Buddhist terminology to explain his photographs.
Celeste Lecesne (he/they), wrote the short film TREVOR, which won the 1995 Academy Award for Best Live Action Short and he is co-founder of The Trevor Project, the largest nationwide 24-hour suicide prevention and crisis intervention Lifeline for LGBT and Questioning youth.
A BFA from the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, and her MFA in Photography from Yale University’s School of Art, Letinsky has been a Professor at the University of Chicago since 1994.
Jasmine Lord shoots fashion runways and backstage, as well as documentaries, commercials and live events.
Ford Lowcok taught photography full-time for 23 years at Santa Monica College, where he is still teaching part-time. He fell in love with the iPhone camera when he started making 11x17” prints from its files.
Holly Lynton was born in Boulder, Colorado and was raised both there and in New York City. Her photographs focus on understanding rural communities in the United States through their agricultural history, current industry, and ritual.
Lauri Lyons was born in the Bronx, New York and traveled globally with her military family. She earned a BFA in Media Arts from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. For many years Lauri worked as a Photo Editor for several national magazines and organizations including Essence, B.E.T., The Source, and Magnum Photos.
Caleb Cain Marcus runs the Brooklyn design studio Luminosity Lab. His photographs are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Getty Museum. He has an MFA from Columbia University.
Rania Matar is a Lebanese/Palestinian/American documentary, portrait and fine art photographer. She photographs the daily lives of girls and women in the Middle East and in the United States, including Syrian refugees.
Joe McNally is an internationally acclaimed photographer whose career has included assignments in over 60 countries.
Meryl Meisler, inspired by Diane Arbus, enrolled in a photography class at The University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Ken Merfeld is a commercial and fine art photographer. He photographs fashion, advertising, portrait and celebrity.
With numerous award-winning commercial campaigns to his credit, Chicago-based Sandro Miller is one of today's foremost fine-art photographers.
Dan Milnor is currently ?Photographer at Large? for Blurb. He is a former newspaper, magazine and commercial photographer.
Arno Rafael Minkkinen is a Finnish American photographer with over 100 solo exhibitions—some three dozen of which were museum venues—and 200 group exhibitions at galleries, museums, and institutions worldwide.
Andrea Modica lives in Philadelphia and is a Professor of Photography at Drexel University.
Mike O’Connor (www.fineartofstorytelling.com) was listening to a photography portfolio review, as he often does, when he had a revelation. Something was missing, and the concrete faces of the reviewers around him confirmed it. The photographers just weren’t connecting with the reviewers/Gallery Representatives. Drawing from decades of corporate art sales and presentation skills workshop expertise, Mike […]
Manuello Paganelli was mentored by Ansel Adams at the start of his career and now leads photography workshops throughout the world.
Marcy Palmer’s work circles around themes of home, beauty, and science. Marcy has an M.F.A. in Photography & Related Media from the School of Visual Arts and a B.S. in Studio Art from Skidmore College.
Christian Patterson was born in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin and lives in New York, New York.
Rollence Patugan is a commercial and fine art photographer, and faculty in the Santa Monica College Photography Department.
Ibarionex Perello is a photographer, writer, educator, and host and producer of The Candid Frame photography podcast.
Jeff Phillips is a photographer living and working in Chicago. He is resident artist for CPS Lives , documenting the lives of students in the Chicago public school system.
Michael Pliskin is a photojournalist whose work has been published in newspapers, books, magazines, and more.
Richard Renaldi is an American portrait photographer. His four main books each contain portraits of people Renaldi met in public, and some landscapes, made over numerous years with an 8×10 large format view camera.
Suzanne Révy, a native of Los Angeles, is a fine art photographer, educator, writer, and editor.
Joseph A. Rheaume is a fine art photographer and educator who explores 19th and 20th Century photographic processes.
Matthew Rolston was ‘discovered’ by Andy Warhol, who immediately commissioned portraits for his New York-based proto-celebrity publication Interview magazine. Thus began an extensive career; over the last 30 years, Rolston’s photographs have been published in numerous magazines, including Interview, Vogue, W, Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, The New York Times Magazine, and over 100 covers of Rolling Stone.
Rinzi Ruiz is a Fujifilm X-Photographer / Global Ambassador and freelance photographer focused on weddings, events and portraits based in Los Angeles, California.
John D. Russell is a professional photographer and educator based in Manhattan Beach, CA.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Marissa Roth is a photojournalist, fine art and documentary photographer.
Josephine Sacabo is a photographer and educator living and working mostly in New Orleans.
Bob Sacha is a director, cinematographer, editor, teacher, photographer and a collaborator on visual journalism projects.
Joel Sartore brings a sense of humor and a mid-western work ethic to all of his National Geographic magazine assignments.
Kevin Scanlon is an award-winning freelance portrait photographer, whose focus is portraiture for editorial and advertising.