Fine art photographer Kristina Varaksina has traveled from Russia to California, to New York, and then to London to create an environment and opportunities for pursuing her creative career
Casting a grand vision of photographing the west coast in 30 days, Allison Davis set off to car camp along the coast to photograph the natural beauty the coastal landscape offers while writing along the journey.
Canadian artist Amy Friend’s love for photography and history and a passion for family roots exploration is beautifully manifested through her work with vintage photographs and slides.
Masha Kechaeva’s art expression includes costume and set design, photography, performance, filmmaking, and directing – all at the same time!
Photographer Peter Merts has been involved in the Arts in Corrections program for many years and has become an official photographer for such programs in all of California and beyond.
Ecuadorian visual anthropologist and artist Tatiana Lopez explores the indigenous culture of the local tribes through multimedia artwork
scott b. davis is an artist and founder of Medium Photo, a non-profit organization that produces workshops, exhibitions, artist lectures, and an annual festival for emerging and established fine art photographers.
The majority of her work is created with women empowerment in mind. Through her work, Gala Semenova is voicing social, cultural, and personal challenges most women encounter on a daily basis without being heard or understood.
During the pandemic, we all have adjusted our life and work situations to be completely virtual. In this episode, I invited Wendy Garfinkel, an accomplished fine art photographer, and Astrid Kallsen, a professional model to talk about the remote studio photoshoots.