We often see a photographer’s style as an end product. But on this Style Spotlight, Nolan Zangas sits down to share his perspective and process as he quickly makes a name for himself within the photography community.
After joining us for a week in Cuba, National Geographic photographer and filmmaker Renan Ozturk details his story of capturing humanity through photography. With a background in rock climbing and traveling, Renan approaches his photography and filmmaking with a unique perspective aimed at documenting his adventures and capturing humanity along the way.
Pete Souza, widely known for his work documenting the presidencies of Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan, was a late-comer to the world of photography. Yet from the moment he discovered a passion for photography, Souza strived to create images that captured not only moments, but personalities, emotions, and perhaps most importantly, a story.
Creative Layover is back with our next stop, the City of Love. Paris may be known for romance, but these Parisian artists are ready to show off one of their city’s other historical strengths: Art. Let the walls of Charles De Gaulle airport fade into the background as you explore the work of three new artists. Bienvenue à Paris!
Frost, fur, and a whole lot of patience. On this installment of the Style Spotlight, our pursuit of exemplary photography takes us to the Finnish wilderness to shed some light on the life and work of one very unique portrait photographer: Konsta Punkka.
The Style Spotlight is dedicated to shedding light on photographers who work tirelessly to put their own unique stamp on their images and make their work stand out. Work that makes us stop and reconsider the way we think about a genre. First up: outdoor and climbing photographer Jan Vincent Kleine.