Dane Johnson was the former Editor of PHLEARN Magazine, where he helped creatives share their stories. Dane currently is the co-founder of Clementine Coffee Roasters and he accepts most assertions of his hipster-ness and millennialism without flinching.
Felix Hernandez brings his creations to life through the use of scale models and creative photographing techniques. The designer and conceptual photographer shares what equipment he uses to capture life-like miniatures.
Fine art photographer Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk uses light and dark contrasts to create depth in her portraits, emulating Old Master painters like Rembrandt and Vermeer. We talk to Gemmy about what it means to be an artist and what drives her.
Jax Navarro recreates lifelike high-action and cinematic moments with action figures as his main subjects. Here, we talk about his most recent struggles with the Incredible Hulk and how comfort can be an enemy to any creative endeavor.
O. Luna Navarro opens up about her journey into photography that began in her home country of Venezuela. Her work has led to mentorship opportunities with Jason Kibbler in New York, and shoots around the world.
Travel and portrait photographer Christopher James creates levitation photography that is just the right amount of unbelievable and believable. Today, we have the pleasure of learning more about the Hawaii-based photographer.
Digital artist Antti Karppinen’s creative concepts beg clients to go big with their imagination. Antti gives us a peek inside his camera bag to help us understand how he creates visual experiences that tell beautiful stories.
Content creator Ian Elkins’ work ranges from portraiture, architecture, lifestyle, wildlife, and even studio photography. He’s been generous enough to give us the scoop on all the equipment he regularly reaches for when creating his images.
Ian Elkins’ work in modeling, retouching, and serving as a content creator for the world’s leading brands is sexy, adventurous, and influential. In our interview, we talk about finding balance in work and life, and how he stays inspired and strives to be his best self.
Norbert Fritz won first prize in the cities category of Nat Geo’s 2017 Travel Photographers Awards. We talk to Norbert about how composing a photo is similar to composing music, and how his instrument is the camera, the rhythm dictated by the light.
Norbert Fritz’s work captures the abstract qualities of everyday spaces and places, from the mathematical symmetry in shadows cast on buildings to the intriguing qualities of geometric minimalism. Here’s what Norbert has in his bag.