Available here, Cheryl St Onge’s photographs focus on the intersection between art and science. She primarily shoots with an 8 x 10 view camera, and her work is a collaborative process. Her incredibly touching series ‘calling the birds home’ of photographs made in collaboration with her mother has received numerous awards, including being featured in The New Yorker, the Griffin Museum and London’s National Portrait Gallery.
This photograph is included in Hope Mora’s Pecos zine. As explained through her website her work is “an ongoing exploration of how the dynamic between hard labor and resilience is sustained within communities, specifically in her hometown Pecos, Texas” and she documents the joy with which communities celebrate through “family, food, music, dance, and fashion using photography, video, sound, and text.”
Maxine Cardol is a photographer based between Amsterdam and London. She is represented by Czar Amsterdam, and clients include Calvin Klein, Dior, Scotch & Soda, Vogue Netherlands and Elle Netherlands.
Josh Aronson is a photographer based in Miami, Florida. In 2020, he published his first book 'Tropicana' which sold out within a week. A second edition can be found within the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Library collections in New York, New York; the University of Miami's Special Collections Library in Miami, Florida; the Jaffe Center for Book Arts in Boca Raton, Florida, amongst others.
This beautiful photograph is by photographer Mimi Plumb. She currently lives in Berkeley, California. Her work explores themes ranging from her suburban roots to the United Farm Workers movement. Her first book Landfall, was published by TBW Books in 2018 and explores American dystopia in a dreamlike world.
Sabrina Santiago is a photographer based in New York. Her work explores everyday people and how photos and videos can have a fantastic quality while also being documentative. Some of her clients include The New York Times, Polaroid, GUCCI, i-D, Coach, UNIQLO, The Wire, and Interview Magazine.