Dariusz Klimczak is a Polish photographer whose photo-manipulative works employ universal symbols to capture a certain humor and contemplative mood. He has been taking pictures for over thirty years, and his work has been presented in over a dozen exhibitions in Poland. Read/See More

Photographer Greg Lotus' work can be found regularly in the pages of Italian Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ, L'Uomo Vogue, and W magazine. Drawing inspiration from classical paintings and a wide array of sources and life experiences, Lotus reinterprets in his own evocative way the use of light and shadow, playing with angles and composition to enhance the graphic quality of his images. Currently, Lotus splits his time between Manhattan, Paris and Miami. Read/See More

Jamie Nelson is a prolific fashion and beauty photographer based in New York. Hailing from Colorado Springs, she caught the world’s attention with her gorgeous compositions. Her work can be found in Vogue, Allure, Elle and Harper's Bazaar, to name a few. Read/See More

Jvdas Berra has earned recognition as a young talent hailing from Mexico City, Mexico. He describes his fashion photography as a “living and worldly reflection of the need to capture the beauty in front of [his] eyes”. Among others, his work has featured in Elle Magazine, Vogue Italy and Marie Claire. Read/See More

Founder of TheseFineWalls, Lisa Eryn also enjoys photography herself and has found great success selling and marketing her work in the interior design world. For Lisa, whether capturing a fashion editorial or a moment with family and friends, the temporal integrity of a photograph is important and exciting. Read/See More

Louis Décamps is a French photographer who has mastered surrealism in his work. His photographs portray a quirkiness and humor central to his style. Louis' works have been highlighted in Italian, German and Russian Elle, along with his numerous advertising shots for Barney's. His work has also been featured in Parisian galleries for the past 15 years, with his last show taking place in the Gallery Blondel in November 2013. Read/See More

Born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark, Niklas has always been interested in visual media, and studied at the School of Design of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. The Scandinavian minimalist design tradition has certainly impacted his photography, which has featured in publications including ELLE, Grazia, Harper's Bazaar Interiors, Vanity Fair and Vogue. Read/See More

Rebecca Litchfield is a London based photographer who received degrees at the University of Arts London and the University of Creative Arts. Her work breathes life into forgotten historical locations through her photographs, reawakening old narratives and finding beauty in their ruin. She seeks to capture a romantic record of these decaying spaces for posterity. Read/See More

Richard Bernardin is a Canadian-American fashion and portrait photographer based between New York, Paris and Montreal. After studying film and photography, he decided to embark on the adventures of being a freelance fashion photographer. From Avedon to Newton, modernist to neo-classical architecture, Kubrick to Hong Kar-Wai, Richard has taken his references and nourished his erotically charged imagination. Richard’s photographs have been featured in various international editions of ELLE, Vogue, Grazia, Rolling Stones, and Maxim. Read/See More

Conceptual still life photographer Tom Schierlitz seeks to develop a new context around everyday objects such as pills, papers and snacks. Based in NYC, Tom works with a variety of advertising clients throughout the United States including Nine West and Warner Bros. His fascinating work has been featured in GQ, New York Times Magazine, House & Garden, and Harper's Bazaar. Read/See More

Ulrich Knoblauch is a talented fashion photographer based in Cape Town, South Africa. He received a diploma in photography at the National College of Photography in Pretoria, and is now publishing a book of his work. He regularly shoots for all the leading South African magazines, including Elle, Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan. Read/See More