Jessica Chou approaches her subjects with as little preconceived notions as possible, allowing people the space to collaborate with the moment and the place they inhabit. She strives for honesty and to look at things as they are, without artifice or judgement. The result is something that is at once observant and intimate. While her photography is documentary in style, it is led by the possibilities for storytelling and expression within a single frame.Read More
Diana Lundin is a commercial pet portrait photographer based in Southern California. After a successful career as a writer and editor, she embarked on a second career as a photographer. Her commissioned and personal work evoke the unique personalities of pets and the special relationships that they share with their caregivers.
This summer she will be releasing her first book Dogs vs Ice Cream, a selection of over 100 portraits of a wide variety of dogs eating the tasty treat.Read More
Noe Montes is a Los-Angeles based photographer who specializes in documentary work for small non-profits. Though he has years of experience in editorial and commercial work, Montes desire that his work help people to tell their stories and effect positive change.
Born to parents who were at the time undocumented migrant workers, he has turned his camera to other migrant families in Southern California. His work focuses on themes of power, media and race.Read More
Wasim Muklashy is a media professional involved in everything from print publications to video production. He began his career writing for various Primedia and Conde Nast publications before founding a national newsstand print publication featuring everyone from Hunter S Thompson’s renown artist Ralph Steadman to influential political and philanthropic personalities including Congressman Henry Waxman and The Sierra Club’s founder Carl Pope.Read More