Kenyan musician Muthoni Drummer Queen is a cultural alchemist. While she excels in creating songs that are a unique blend of genres—including reggae, blues, and African drums—Muthoni sees the bigger picture and imagines a restructuring of the music industry (and beyond) in her home country and brings together different creative fields to make it happen. This has led her to create festivals that celebrate the likes of Kenyan performers, filmmakers, and photographers.
Travel blogger Andy Luten is used to living life on the go.
Chernobyl has remained a fascinating location for many creatives, who seek out this area for a glimpse of what remains...
Does a person’s value to society really equate to how much they earn? Most people would say no, but that’s exactly what UK home secretary Priti Patel implied in February when discussing how EU work visas would function post-Brexit. Suddenly, workers earning less than £25,000 per year—about $31,000—found themselves being labeled as “low skilled.” If this sweeping generalization seems quite unfair to you, you’re not alone—graphic Craig Oldham thinks so, too.
If you follow underwater photography closely, you should be familiar with the exceptional work of Greg Lecoeur.
The wondrous beauty of the animal kingdom is a constant source of inspiration for artist Niharika Rajput.
Worldwide, the economy is taking a hit due to the coronavirus. As people stay indoors and non-essential services grind to a halt, many business owners are finding themselves in uncharted territory. For creative freelancers this is especially true. With people under lockdown, weddings have been canceled and publicity campaigns put on hold. This impact trickles down to all the creatives who scheduled were to work on these shoots and that includes Canadian photographer Neil Ta.
Driven by a need for creativity, the photographer known as Alexandria’s Lens creates enchanting portraits that involve her whole family.
When compared to the young, senior citizens are less likely to have their picture taken and have their stories told.
As a professional landscape photographer, Albert Dros is no stranger to beautiful scenery, but nothing prepared him for what he encountered on a recent trip to Antarctica. While the landscape was magical, Dros couldn’t help but be captivated by the wildlife he encountered, particularly the penguins. In fact, they became his new obsession during the trip and he spent as much time as possible photographing their every move.
The ocean has always been a part of photographer Luke Shadbolt‘s life.
Photographer Adrian Klein captures the beauty of the natural world through thoughtful shots of the Pacific Northwest and beyond.