Driven by a need for creativity, the photographer known as Alexandria’s Lens creates enchanting portraits that involve her whole family. Her husband and three children offer both creative input and pose in her images that are soft in focus and contain magical elements that are digitally edited into the photos after the shoots are done. Inspired by fairy tales, Alexandria infuses elements of the iconic stories into her work.
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...
The ocean has always been a part of photographer Luke Shadbolt‘s life. Growing up on the coast of Australia, the tide was omnipresent—a constant from when he was a kid all the way into adulthood. The relationship was deepened by his devotion to surfing in his teens. As a creative college student, he fell in love with photography and wanted to shoot the waves but was unsure of how to approach his calling.
Photographer Adrian Klein captures the beauty of the natural world through thoughtful shots of the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
There are over 450 species of shark that roam the planet’s waters.
Working together with writer Ahmed Badr, architect and sculpture artist Mohamad Hafez listened to the stories of refugee families living in America and helped shine a light on their experiences. As two former refugees themselves—Hafez from Syria and Badr from Iraq—this is an issue close to their hearts.
Artist and cartographer Anton Thomas is making waves for his enormous, hand-drawn map of North America.
Outdoor enthusiast and cartographer Simon Beck has carved his own path in the art world—literally.
You might feel tethered to your devices more than you would prefer. If you dream of disconnecting—not for just an hour, but making it a true getaway—chances are that you’re privy to the blog Cabin Porn. The popular site showcases gorgeous dwellings nestled in thick forests with views of mountains and valleys in the distance.
Heidi Gustafson is an artist and pigment forager who is archiving ochre from around the world.
It can be easy to forget that getting to and from school can be a challenge for some children.