Jessi Gowan is an award-winning writer and photographer who specializes in rural landscapes and fine art abstracts, with a focus on form and composition. Her photography has been included in a variety of publications, as well as in exhibitions in Canada and the United States.
What’s the best way to promote a new musical synthesizer? Bring it back to the old days, of course. Here’s how Michael McCluskey created a visually stunning campaign inspired by 80s music for audio manufacturer, Meris.
Concert and portrait photographer Cora Wagoner tells us about her favorite gear to take incredibly detailed and immersive photos of both the on-stage performers and the adoring audience at a live show. See how she uses each piece to help tell a story.
While hiking around the mountains of Tenerife in Spain’s Canary Islands one day, landscape photographer Taysa Jorge got lost and had to be rescued by firefighters. But, she got this incredibly unique shot of Mt. Teide in the process!
Street photographer Jeff Davenport needed a way to walk the streets of L.A. and take photos without calling attention to himself. The stealthy photog shares with us his lightweight gear that fits into just one backpack and is super easy to lug around.
When Polish photographer Lucasz Waszak visited NYC with his eight-month-old son, he strayed from his routine of walking city streets in search of subjects, and entered a subway station to catch a ride. What he found was a new appreciation for dark, moody scenes.
A little festive cheer and inspiration as we enjoy the holiday season and close out 2018! Portrait and lifestyle photographer Meg Loeks shares what gear she uses to capture the spirit and magic of the holidays through the eyes of her children.
Dog photographer Anne Geier has a knack for capturing each pet’s unique personality, and her stunning portraiture truly showcases the energy and spirit of man’s best friend. Anne tells us what gear she prefers to use to bring her portraits to life.
Fashion and portrait photographer Marta Bevacqua’s dreamy images blur the lines between editorial photography and art – evoking intriguing stories that make viewers want to know more about what’s going on behind the scenes. Here’s what’s in her bag.