Absolutely love the work of Minneapolis photographer Sara Kiesling. Her bio states she began her work in the music industry in 2004 as a graphic/web designer, and started with photography in 2007. Sara has been doing photography professionally since July of 2008. In addition to music, her current primary focus is fashion photography, but she also specialises in headshots and senior portraits. There’s almost a magic to her absorbing images, the capture of her subject’s […]
Photographer / cinematographer / filmmaker. Finland’s Anders Lönnfeldt has won praise from peers and audiences alike for his latest short films, having been shown at both national and international festivals. But, with an eclectic body of work, there’s more to Lönnfeldt than that. He’s an accomplished photographer, graphic designer and gets his hands dirty in motion graphics and, in turn, all facets of post-production. More recently he’s been working increasingly on a variety of music […]
Coming highly recommended by some of the agencies featured on our site, Michael Thomas Jones lets his photographs do the talking (well there’s not a lot else on his site). However, what really gets me is the personal annotations and captions he place with, on, all over the images that appear on his blog.
Katie Quinn Davies is a talented photography based in Sydney, Australia via Dublin, Ireland. After retraining as a commercial photographer you can see the designer at heart with the compositions and angles she creates. Katie not only has a full body of work to complete a comprehensive portfolio, she also pursues her passion for food in her spare time on the award winning blog What Katie Ate.
Entrancing images of subject caught ‘just so’ filter through the striking body of work by California photographer Carlos Nunez. His subjects are elequently transfixed on the moment in time and the lighting and colours throughout the work is just simply on another planet. Beautiful, stunning, epic. Add any adjective you want, then get lost in his work.
Murray Ballard has released unprecedented images of the world of cryonics, which involves freezing a dead person’s body in liquid nitrogen until, proponents argue, technology has advanced enough to bring them back to life. His collection was compiled over a period of five years and magnificantly, and ofter hauntingly captures the people and stories behind the process. The process can cost anywhere between $15,000 and $100,000 if you’d like it done yourself…