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Sarah’s love of photography began as a child when she assisted her grandfather in his studio darkroom. Studying both classical and modern dance from an equally young age, Sarah has always had an appreciation of movement. Sarah found her true calling combining her two passions: photography and movement. She applied for graduate studies in photography at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Sarah’s work has been featured in numerous high-profile publications and campaigns for top agencies and commercial clients. Sarah also finds herself in front of the lens quite often appearing on prime time TV shows America?s Next Top Model, LA Ink, and Make me a Supermodel. Recently she has been working closely with Tyra Banks as part of her “Dream Team.”
Early in his childhood, Denis Olivier was in touch with the world of art. His studies in computer graphics and generated imagery led to his meeting Alain Fleig, who introduced him to the art of photography. Personal gallery exhibitions were a great experience for him, then a training placement with Philippe Salan, who was at this time the developer of Robert Doisneau. Following that he did some commissioned works. In 1995, he began working with computer graphics and the emergence of web publishing. The advent of digital photography allowed him to work quickly and experiment without using too many resources. He continues to produce new work and he is involved with collaborative projects such as Art Limited.
Born in Florence, Andrea studied geography at the local university and has become a travel photographer specializing in geographic and social reportage in every part of the world. Today he works on assignment for major magazines and has published photographic books on exotic destinations. Andrea has become especially known for his use of existing light, which he combines with a formal yet personalized composition of his images. The approach to fine-art photography came as a natural evolution. His work has been exhibited both in Italy and abroad, and he won the 1998 First Award in the Italian selection of the Fuji European Press Award.
Born in 1979, Dorothy-Shoes is part of the new generation of French photographers. She is a self-taught photographer and started shooting in 2005. Dorothy-Shoes’ origins in theater and set-design serve as her inspiration for her artistic expression. A natural storyteller, however she now tells her stories with images. Poetry and a singular vision saturate her prints. There we find humanity in all its states, wrought with imagination.
August Bradley creates distinctive conceptual images with an artistic feel and a sense of drama and mystery. He works for clients ranging from designer labels to consumer brands to lifestyle magazines, as well as producing images for gallery exhibition. August works both in his studio in Los Angeles and on location worldwide.
Ed Kashi is a photojournalist, filmmaker and educator dedicated to documenting the social and political issues that define our times. A sensitive eye and an intimate relationship to his subjects are the signatures of his work. Kashi’s complex imagery has been recognized for its compelling rendering of the human condition. Kashi’s images have been published and exhibited worldwide. Along with numerous awards, including honors from Pictures of the Year International, World Press Foundation, Communication Arts and American Photography, Kashi’s editorial assignments and personal projects have generated six books. Says David Griffin, Director of Photography, National Geographic, “Ed Kashi is intelligent, brave and compassionate. He always understands the nuances of his subjects. He fearlessly goes where few would venture. And he sympathetically captures the soul of each situation. Ed is one of the best of a new breed of photojournalistic artists.”
For 20 years, Paul Elledge has worked with top creatives and ad agencies to fulfill their needs with his vision. Some of these agencies include DDB Chicago, Fallon, Foote Cone and Belding, Goodby, Silverstein and Partners, Pentagram and VSA Partners to name a few. Elledge has also worked with celebrities ranging from AC/DC to Willie Nelson, top CEO and executives as well as many other people ranging from the richest in the land to those on death row.
Chip Simons is a self-taught photographer who’s known for his use of wide-angle/fisheye lenses, his light painting, colored stobes, and his humorous ideas and concepts. His career spans the 80s and 90s and is well into the 2000s…working for most every magazine on the planet and doing some pretty big advertising jobs. Now he’s getting into showing at galleries and his work is evolving back into a more personal and conceptual pursuit of happiness and intellectual satisfaction. “I sit up at night working on pictures and laughing myself out of my chair.”
Rafal Maslow was born in 1974 and graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan in 2006 (MA in Photography). Since 1996, Rafal has been living and working in Warsaw. His commercial photography includes: magazine covers and editorials, ads, CD covers and other promotional music materials. He’s well known for his portraits of politicians, artists, actors, musicians, writers and other famous personalities. Rafal has received many photography awards and has had his solo and group exhibitions in prestigious galleries around Poland.