Aspiring biologist Cristina Hoch has a love for the natural world that runs deep within her dark and emotive images. Be it the way light falls on a subject or the universe of freckles on a face, Cristina's ability to pair small life moments with intense human emotion leaves you feeling a connection to the vulnerability of each subject. Her unique style of pairing strong shadows with bold contrast lends to a powerful experience for her audience.
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Conceptual photographer Anya Anti has always been a dreamer.
Photographer Cameron Bushong realized at a young age that he was color blind.
In search of refuge from the bustling urban landscape of Birmingham, England, photographer Adam Bird finds quiet sanctuary in the forests that he uses to create his fairy tale worlds. He brings into focus creative stories from his mind while incorporating deep human emotion. This powerful combination invites his audience into the dreamy, fantastical scenes.
Digital artist Paxton Maroney has a growing portfolio of conceptual photography that explores the delicate balance between fantasy and reality.
Swedish photographer Gabriel Isak turned a bleak period of his life into a compelling series of images called The Blue Journey.
Growing up with an old copy of Grimm's Fairytales next to her bed, German photographer Laura Zalenga has always had creative stories inside of her—they were just waiting to find the right medium for expression. When Laura stumbled upon photography, she instantly fell in love and began teaching herself how to use her camera. The device was a way to release the emotions she was feeling and create compelling visual stories.
When Susannah Benjamin was just 11 years old, she fell in love with photography and put all of her energy...
Inspired by the lush forests and volcanoes of his home in Indonesia, photographer Mikael Aldo creates stunningly emotive images that...
If you've been following along on My Modern Met, you've probably seen the dreamy and surreal imagery of Seattle-based photographer Kindra Nikole. For her latest series entitled Árísan, Kindra drew inspiration from a visit to Glastonbury, the legendary resting place of Arthur, King of the Britons (aka King Arthur). The photographer now captures the essence of the ancient castle ruins and imbues its historical setting with new meaning.
Through a series of trial and error experiments, Estonian photographer Liisa Härmson learned to create brilliant portraits that embody a...
As a teen, Seanen Middleton struggled with a lot of emotional turmoil.