South American photographer Andres Altamirano was raised in a vibrant artistic culture. He has traveled extensively throughout Latin America and Europe and currently resides in New York City. His work is both personal and evocative, often utilizing motion, light, and color to elicit an emotional response from the viewer.
Based in London, photographer Arianna Lago finds inspiration in quiet observation of nature and searching for beauty in the everyday. Her style has developed to manipulated organic compositions in which she applies a strong sensibility to color. Using mostly 35mm, her work conveys an effortless fragility and an organic painterly feel.
Raised in a Latino-Jewish household in the suburbs of Massachusetts, American photographer Bennet Perez now resides in Los Angeles with a focus in fashion editorial and an interest in photographing the underrepresented. His rigorous yet highly adaptable, personal approach endears him to clients and subjects, resulting in a rare authenticity and playfulness.
Based in New York, photographer Danielle Alprin approaches image-making with a ferociously empathetic eye. Her work oscillates between being explicitly narrative and simultaneously withholding, offering threads to a story while removing certain key contextual details. She often draws from the unique energy of each subject and embraces the power and beauty of vulnerability.
Through an early affinity for foreign cultures and their images, multimedia artist Jessa Carter has developed a deeply personal visual fluency. Creating still and motion work that captures fleeting moments in time as well as stasis, Jessa's photography functions as a prism of discovery within her artistic practice.
John Clayton Lee
John Clayton Lee is a fashion photographer and filmmaker from Knoxville, Tennessee currently residing between New York and Los Angeles. Documenting landscapes, brief encounters, and fringe spaces, Lee’s work frames passing views with a selective memory, often muting wider context to promote lyricism in the every day.
Olga de la Iglesia
Based in Barcelona, Spain, photographer Olga de la Iglesia creates images as a way to understand the world around her and her place within it. Her work often explores the relationships between shape, balance, and the human body.
Pia Riverola was born and raised in Barcelona and currently resides between Los Angeles and Mexico City. With an acute eye for detail and color, she creates captivating imagery across the genres of fashion, still life, landscape, and architectural photography.