CRAIG VARJABEDIAN Seduced by the Light

Craig Varjabedian is a fine art photographer who captures the landscapes, people and culture of the American West at moments when light, shadow and composition come together in magical ways. He works primarily in black-and-white, although his latest project, The Great White Sands, is in color. His images are exhibited in galleries and museums around […]

By |November 14th, 2015|

The Photography of METTE LAMPCOV

Danish-born Mette Lampcov spent most of her childhood in Spain, later living in London, England before settling in her current home on the outskirts of Los Angeles. She has always had a strong interest in travel, culture and politics. With a fine arts background in painting and sculpture, she eventually realized that her true passion […]

By |November 14th, 2015|

The Painterly Eye of BOBBIE GOODRICH

Bobbie Goodrich is an artist, first and foremost. Her background in painting is apparent in her award-winning images of dance, African wildlife and the semi-wild horses of the Camargue in Southern France. For the past six years, she’s conducted workshops and photo tours domestically and in exotic global locations.
By |September 15th, 2015|

Behind The Shots with AMI VITALE

Ami Vitale is a renowned photojournalist whose work is exhibited worldwide in museums and galleries and published in international magazines, including National Geographic, Adventure, Geo, Newsweek, Time and Smithsonian. Her work has garnered awards from prestigious organizations such as World Press Photos, as well as the Lowell Thomas Award for Travel Journalism, the Lucie Awards, […]

By |May 15th, 2015|

HARVEY STEIN The Street is His Studio

Harvey Stein is a prolific street photographer with a unique style of engaging his subjects. He’s not one to hide behind long lenses. He teaches classes at the International Center of Photography (ICP) and leads workshops around the world. His photographs and portfolios have appeared in The New Yorker, TIME, LIFE, Esquire, Smithsonian, The New […]

By |February 15th, 2015|

NORMAN MAUSKOPF Book-Driven Photographer

It’s not often that you encounter a photographer whose work is driven by long-term projects aimed at being published as books. Norman Mauskopf belongs to that rare breed. Over almost 40 years as a documentary and commercial photographer, teacher and mentor, he has immersed himself four times in pursuing a singular subject with his Leica, […]

By |November 15th, 2014|

The World According to PETER TURNLEY

Although Peter Turnley is renowned for documenting the human condition around the world, he has also photographed life and romance in Paris, his adopted home since 1975. His tender views of this city’s magnificence and beauty provide a vivid contrast to the harsh realities of his photojournalistic work.

Turnley has captured most major stories of international […]

By |September 15th, 2014|

NICK BRANDT Animal Elegy

Nick Brandt can just picture it: ominous clouds sweeping across the sky above dusty, arid plains. And somewhere in there, the face of the wild — whether it’s the look in a lion’s eyes, or sawed-off elephant tusks seized from poachers and now in the hands of rangers.

“I have specific ideas in mind when I […]

By |May 15th, 2014|

Classic Portrait Photographer DANA GLUCKSTEIN

In 1983, Dana Gluckstein was in Puerto Rico on a commercial assignment to photograph factory workers for Quantum, a computer chip company based in the Bay Area. After finishing her work, she decided to go to Haiti for a week and photograph for herself. Little did she know that the Haiti trip was the beginning […]

By |February 15th, 2014|


When you first turn off the lights at night, you see only darkness. A seemingly consuming black engulfs you. But as you wait and your eyes adjust, a new world starts to emerge. Soft light comes at you from impossible directions. Details emerge from enigmatic obscurity to form recognizable shapes, moving from mystery to imagination. […]

By |November 15th, 2013|