Formed in 2008, The Golden Filter is an electronic music duo from London. Band members Penelope Trappes (vocals) and Stephen Hindman (synthesizers) list Saint Etienne and Pink Floyd as significant influences on their musical style.
Jordana Sheara is a freelance photographer with a slight obsession for travel. Her work leans towards the ethereal and is known for her playful use of light and shadow.
Born and raised in Signau, Switzerland, Reto Sterchi is a portrait and documentary photographer currently based in New York City. Clients include Rolling Stone, Vice, Credit Suisse, Port magazine, Zeit Magazin, Esquire, W, and At Large.
Alexander Dahl is a natural born storyteller with an eye for beauty in its naked details. Making the most of natural light and authentic settings, his objects and subjects take on exquisite qualities.
Patrick Houi was born in Frankfurt a.M., Germany. His origin is an assortment of Indonesia, China, the Czech Republic and Italy. After breaking up his studies in technical media, he ventured into photography. Patrick is a freelance photographer currently based in Berlin.
Ryan Hooks is a multi-disciplinary artist who collaborates with musicians, visual artists and other great minds to help promote sustainable economic practices. He’s the founder of a new start-up called Huxley.
Dan Beleiu is a Berlin-based fashion photographer. His editorial clients include Wonderland, Vogue, ELLE, Harper’s Bazaar, Numero and Grazia, among others.
Bjarne Jonasson was born in Stockholm, Sweden. At the age of 16, photography became his passion.
Carl Timpone is a commercial photographer and creative director based in Brooklyn, New York, specializing in fashion, portraiture and commercial campaigns. He works with his clients from concept to creation, traveling for productions all over the world.
Born in the US and raised in England, Victoria Stevens is a photographer currently based in Brooklyn, New York.
Maarten de Boer was born in a small coastal town of Scotland, raised in a Dutch household, and now lives in Los Angeles with no discernible accent—go figure! He has a Special Ed degree, but chose to become a photographer.
Jessica Chou is a Los Angeles-based photographer. Born in Taipei, Taiwan, and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles, CA, she studied Middle East History at UCLA.
Born in England and raised in South Africa, it was in Paris that Matthew Brookes first discovered his passion for photography. The allure of the city had a profound influence on his aesthetic as a photographer. He divides his time between Paris and New York.
Originally from Dallas, Texas, Joshua McCaghren is a New York City-based commercial and fashion photographer.
Jean-François Perrier a.k.a. GrandMarnier is a French DJ, music producer, and a member of Yelle.
Alix Spence is a Los Angeles-based director, cinematographer, and photographer whose interest lies in telling documentary-style stories centered around the intimate and rich portrayal of our everyday lives.
Rebel. Idealist. Lover. Alchemist. Necromancer. Rilan is a recording artist living in L.A.
Jarad Jeter is a filmmaker based in Brooklyn, New York who describes himself as a pot of coffee by day, bottle of wine by night kinda guy.
Benjo Arwas likes to start his days with black coffee and classic rock. After a day of shooting, he enjoys a glass of red wine and unwinds to Diana Krall. One of his favorite hobbies is surfing. His number one muse is his daughter Billy Jo. His studio is located in Los Angeles.
A photographer born and raised in Newcastle, Australia, Matty is currently based in Los Angeles.
Christian Hertel is a Munich and Berlin-based photographer working in fashion, editorial, fine art, and reportage photography.
Jessica Castro is a commercial, editorial and lifestyle photographer based out of Los Angeles, California. She’s a Florida native who travels back often.
Jenny Mörtsell is a Swedish illustrator dividing her time between Brooklyn, New York and Stockholm, Sweden. After several years studying printmaking and earning a M.A. in graphic design at Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in 2004, she returned to her childhood passion—drawing super realistic pencil portraits and still lifes.
Francois Durand is a photographer based in Paris. Francois has photographed the Cannes Film Festival for the past 12 years and 2016 marked his fourth return on behalf of Christian Dior.
JB was born and raised in Miami Beach, Florida where breakdancing, painting and photography was his bag. He soon set out for NYC and practiced installation art before landing in L.A. JB eventually started directing music videos and in 2010, he made his award-winning debut feature Spork.
Hani Furstenberg is an actress who has already worked with two giants in contemporary Israeli cinema: Eytan Fox and Joseph Cedar, whose Campfire brought her Israel’s equivalent to the Oscar. Furstenberg made an indelible impression in Julia Loktev’s The Loneliest Planet opposite Gael García Bernal.
Sophia Kercher is a writer with digital and print experience. Her writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, and L.A. Weekly.
Mike Massaro is a photographer based in London. His clients include The Guardian, XL Records, Moshi Moshi, Secret Cinema, Universal Music, London in Stereo, Island Records, Ticketweb, Time Out London, Cannes Lions, Diesel, V Festival Mens Fitness, MTV, DJ Mag, and British Council.
Nikko La Mere is a freelance photographer born and raised in Los Angeles. A graduate of ArtCenter College of Design, his clients include Sony Music, Interscope Records, Warner Brothers Music, Ford Models, Billboard magazine, Interview, Elle, Complex, Vibe, and Rolling Stone.
Nathaniel Taylor is a second generation photographer, having grown up assisting his father, Michael Taylor, at the family’s traditional portrait studio in Pasadena, California.
Clément Pascal began his career in photography in Dakar, Sénégal. Using primarily film, he continued to shoot as he moved through West Africa, Cairo and back to his hometown, Paris. His work includes portraits, fashion and documentary film photography.
Drew Innis is a director, cinematographer and photographer currently living and working in Brooklyn, New York. He graduated from Tufts University with a degree in Economics and experimented with a practical profession in the business world for several years, but eventually escaped to pursue film and photography in earnest.
Rafa Rivas is a photographer, photo editor, and professional churrero from Madrid, Spain.
Raised in Chandler, Arizona, Ricky Middlesworth began experimenting with photography and short film, inspired by the golden era of the music video. From theatrical key-art to cutting edge editorial, Ricky’s work is fast becoming a game-changer in the entertainment industry.
Brian Higbee is a fashion and celebrity photographer. He comes from an 11 year career in graphic design. Early on in his career, he picked up a camera and started shooting photos for his commissioned graphic design projects. Now Brian’s work has been published in Interview magazine, Vogue Korea, Russia’s InStyle, and many more alike.
JD Forte is an American-born fashion photographer currently based in New York City. His work has been featured in both domestic and internationally distributed publications, as well as in advertising campaigns and on the cover of albums.
Dan Martensen’s fashion and portrait photographs have an aesthetic of natural beauty. Often photographing on location and in rural environments, Martensen’s relaxed and collaborative approach creates images of genuine ease and spontaneity.
Jónatan Prospero, also known as Jón Prosper, is a photographer and director, born and currently based in New York City. Coupled with his bachelor’s degree in International Studies, his anthropological approach is one element to his work, drawing many influences from his love for poetry, untouched beauty, paintings, and national geographic portraiture.