Amanda Sellem, is a Paris-based photographer. Her abstract and minimalist still-life compositions balance textures and materials with color. Blending natural or artificial light sources and different environments gives her work a dreamlike quality.
Australian-based photographer Annika Kafcaloudis creates images she feels she hasn’t seen before. Documenting the process of creation in the creative and hospitality industry through careful observation, and from a distance, she allows her subjects to work uninterrupted. Without staging and with minimal lighting, her moody images transform and capture, in great detail, objects, people, places and processes at a particular moment in time.
Carole Rey is a French photographer who lives and works in the Netherlands. Her photos have been published in Under the Gum Tree, an American Library Arts Magazine, and in her book Metamorphosis. Her work has been exhibited throughout Europe and received a silver medal at the Prix de la Photographie de Paris for her series Hemicrania-Disambiguation. Inspired by ikebana, the classical art of Japanese flower arranging, Carole considers herself a visual poet who in her work embraces the complexity, contrasts, diversity, and beauty of flowers and natural light.
Daniel Forero is a commercial and fine art photographer whose work is inspired by creating images of delicately balanced objects of various shape, size, and color. Originally from Colombia, he now divides his time between Paris and Barcelona. His work as a photographer resulted from a career as an art director at renowned advertising agencies and graphic design studios in Stockholm, New York and Paris. Daniel’s work has been recognized with several international awards including Cannes Lions, The One Show, and Clio Awards.
Guido Klumpe, a German photographer, explores abstract, minimalist, and street photography. Born with a significant congenital visual impairment, his perception of the world is unique. Guido views cities as complex urban landscapes, filled with shapes, colors, light, and reflections. Employing perspective, a distinct point of view, and the whimsy of chance in the time-honored tradition of street photography, he constructs a "stage" where passers-by become central figures. Through his art, Guido illuminates the enigma and absurdity of urban spaces while uncovering their concealed beauty. His photography has garnered numerous international awards and enjoys extensive publication and exhibition across Europe.
Jake Salyers is a photographer who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He won the prestigious World Nomads International Photography award and traveled to Oman to explore and capture the historic town of Muscat, its spectacular architecture and arid desert, and its fascinating culture. It was travel that first attracted him to photography and the excitement that comes from exploring new places.
Award-winning German photographer Marc Fischer’s minimalist work is characterized by straight lines and perfectly placed shadows. Initially rooted in fashion and editorial photography, Marc redirected his focus to architecture. Driven by a passion for geometry and a quest to depict architecture uniquely, he embarked on a journey to rediscover buildings in his native Düsseldorf and various European cities. While color held prominence initially, stylistic elements like composition, dimension, and the interplay of light and shadow soon took precedence in his work. Marc's accolades include numerous awards, and his internationally recognized pieces have been exhibited worldwide.
Miguel Brusch is a photographer who lives and works in Berlin, Germany, where he divides his time between personal long-term projects and working for editorial and commercial clients worldwide. Influenced by his love for cinema, Miguel’s work has a theatrical quality that weaves together fantastical elements into reality. His use of color and unusual compositions make us see beyond the obvious.
Ming-Shiun Wu is a Los Angeles-based photographer whose work has been prominently featured in many publications and is regularly exhibited nationally and internationally. Ming’s outdoor photography centers primarily on his “backyard” in Southern California where variables between interesting locations and subject matter are endless. It is a culturally and historically rich and highly diverse area that offers an incredible mix of urban areas and nature reserves that are to him an endless source of inspiration. For Ming, there is also a sense of urgency to visit and document certain areas often as erosional forces and climate change make them gradually disappear.
Nicole White is a San Francisco Bay Area photographer and curator who uses historical and contemporary photographic processes to examine the medium’s diverse functionality, while closely observing the American cultural landscape. Her work has been exhibited extensively and is included in many collections across the United States. She most recently published Rolls & Tubes Collective, A History of Photography, in collaboration with other female photographers.
Ramona Deckers is a photographer who divides her time between Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and Lisbon, Portugal. Self-taught in photography, and considered among the best of her generation, she is a Magnum Photography Awards and a Lens Culture Portrait Awards Finalist and works with high-quality medium format equipment, both analog and digital. Her work explores intimacy and what lies beneath the surface, each image telling its own story, and has been featured in Glamcult, Vogue Japan, Jane Magazine, Metal Magazine, Mirror-Mirror Magazine, Polaroid, and more, and has been exhibited throughout Europe.
Sivan Roshianu, a self-taught fine art and product photographer, transitioned from an initial interest in photography to a full-fledged profession driven by passion. In her journey, she cultivated a distinctive and boldly expressive photographic style. Sivan's work is marked by original concepts and a fearless approach, defining her signature style with vibrant colors, meticulous precision, and a minimalist, polished aesthetic. Her knack for infusing objects with a sense of expression has elevated her surrealist style into her trademark.