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  • Chad Kamenshine: Running with Bishop Briggs

    Sep 23, 2016
    Photographer News
    Bishop Briggs is making a name for herself. Originally from London and now based in LA, Bishop is an up-and-coming musician who is moving to the top of her charts with her singles “Wild Horses,” which was featured in an Acura commercial, and “River,” which...
  • Tadd Myers: Making the Cut

    Sep 22, 2016
    Photographer News
    Hailing from lands of longhorns and leather goods, Dallas photographer Tadd Myers is no stranger to craftsmanship of the cattle industry. By meticulously creating images that feel both industrial and home-grown...
  • Jacob Slaton: The Scout Guide

    Sep 21, 2016
    Photographer News
    The Scout Guide started in 2010 as a local city guide for Charlottesville, Virginia, and has now become a nationwide collection of guides for cities all over the country. With the books' gorgeous covers
  • Francesco Ridolfi: Sustaining Beauty

    Sep 20, 2016
    Photographer News
    Davines is a high-end Italian hair care company that was founded on the idea of creating sustainable beauty. The products that the company manufacture are all crafted with attention to and respect for the environment...
  • Justin Bastien: In Deep with Alaska’s U.S. Coast Guard

    Sep 19, 2016
    Photographer News
    Alaska's untamed wilderness is surrounded by the treacherous Bering Sea, the Arctic Ocean, and the North Pacific, paired with incredibly strong winds and ice floes that slam the coastline...
  • Sean F. Boggs: On Fire!

    Sep 15, 2016
    Photographer News
    Denver portraiture photographer Sean Boggs was a medic and a firefighter for twelve years, all while running his photography company. When Sean stepped away from serving, he knew that his connections with the departments would not disappear.
  • Nicole Franco: Saving Wild Rhinos

    Sep 14, 2016
    Photographer News
    When an innovative new technology comes to the forefront it usually takes humanity some time to figure out the various ways that it can be used. Drones seem to be an exception to that rule.
  • Michael Baxter: Panther Construction

    Sep 13, 2016
    Photographer News
    When you're meticulous about your craft, you take notice when someone else has the same attention to detail and quality. So it’s no surprise that when Phoenix photographer Michael Baxter and master builder Patrick Hughes were introduced, they understood each other right away.
  • Alberto Bernasconi: Floating Village

    Sep 12, 2016
    Photographer News
    Royal Caribbean set a new record in May of 2016 when they launched their 1,188-foot-long and 215.5-foot-wide Harmony of the Seas cruise ship.
  • Mary Beth Koeth: Off-Season Santa

    Sep 9, 2016
    Photographer News
    By this point most of us are well aware of the Santa tale. There is no way that one man can prepare the north pole for Christmas and simultaneously be at every mall around the world. So naturally, the real Santa enlists an army of lookalikes to retrieve the wish lists of all the children. Genius! Any good CEO knows how to delegate.
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