Photographer Leila Jeffreys holds intimate portraiture sessions with her intriguing, colorful muses: cockatoos, doves, and hawks. The Sydney-based artist began her avian projects a decade ago by photographing the colorful budgerigars of her childhood memories. Jeffrey's most recent series is entitled High Society and marks a return to her original feathery subjects. The series explores the flock as a community, and the relationships between the budgerigars are on magnificent display.
Cats have personalities that are as distinct as humans with looks to match.
Newborn photoshoots are often reserved for humans, but photographer Cashlie White shows that baby animals rival them in cuteness.
Many people collect old photographs for their nostalgic qualities. These images offer windows into special moments in time, immortalized in c-prints. Artist Catherine Panebianco used her family's collection of personal vintage slides in an introspective photography series entitled No Memory is Ever Alone. Through it, she connects her parents' lives with her own by placing the old slides in front of locations where she resides now.
When observing photographer Fares Micue’s work, it’s easy to become enraptured by the organic yet otherworldly aspects infused in each...
Fantasy photography is a captivating genre.
You never know what you’ll find in the wilderness when no one is around; unless, of course, you set up a camera trap to capture the action when you’re away. That's exactly what photographer Jeff Wirth did in order to see the wildlife near his home in southwest Washington state. But when he reviewed some of his latest footage, he found that he got way more than expected.
For the past 15 years, photographer Drew Gardner has been bridging past and present through his ongoing project titled The...
Photographer Mathieu Stern creates striking, often surreal portraits using a variety of vintage lenses and digital techniques.
Photographer Anna Ulman captures the dramatic beauty of dance in her dynamic portraits of performers in motion. Based in Marbella, Spain, Ulman takes advantage of charming cobblestone streets and coastline views as both compelling settings and as the inspiration for the movements that her subjects make. Sometimes, the dancers blend into the urban environment and perform their graceful actions in street clothes.
Kids and animals are a double dose of cuteness.
Photography-based artist Tawny Chatmon celebrates the beauty of Black hair through her glittering series titled The Redemption.