Child of the Mississippi

Photographer Kevin Greenblat by JC Trebon I’m looking for people who are surprising— heartbreaking—or beautiful in a terrifying way. Beauty that might scare you to death until you acknowledge it as part of yourself. – Richard Avedon Richard Avedon’s statement rings true for photographer Kevin Greenblat. Greenblat’s keen ability to capture a powerful duality in … Continue reading Child of the Mississippi

FLAWED

Photographs and writings by Michael Kirchoff Michael Kirchoff has spent his years capturing the still image of people, cultures, and landscapes from around the world, to around the block, with a very unique and distinctive style. A native Californian, Michael resides in Los Angeles, though equally at home trudging through Redwood forests, riding the rails … Continue reading FLAWED

Process

David Johndrow by Laura Harrison Recognized for his intimate wildlife portraits, David Johndrow often finds his muse in his hill country garden. Each insect, spider, or lizard is approached as a model for a formal portrait, set against the backdrop of the subject’s natural habitat. Choosing natural light to shoot, Johndrow also uses an extension … Continue reading Process