Robert Clark is a photographer based in New York City, working with the world's leading magazines, publishers, and cutting edge advertising campaigns, as well as the author of four monographs.
Micaiah Carter is an editorial and fashion photographer based in Brooklyn, NY who blends fine art, portraiture, and purpose. His images are warm, welcoming, and totally open.
Sunil Gupta is a photographer, educator, and curator based in London and New Delhi. His work focuses on race, migration, and queer issues.
Larry Fink is a photographer known for his black-and-white images of people at parties and social situations. Fink's best-known work is Social Graces, a series of photographs he produced in the 1970s that depicted and contrasted wealthy Manhattanites at fashionable clubs and social events alongside working-class people.
Hannah Reyes Morales is a Filipina photographer and National Geographic Explorer whose work documents tenderness amidst adversity. Her work explores the universal themes of diaspora, survival, and the bonds that tie us together.
Ronan Mckenzie is a photographer, curator, and publisher of HARD EARS. Her photography focuses on themes that unearth the hidden beauty and cultural imagery that’s needed today.
Léonard Pongo is a documentary photographer and educator. His long-term project, The Uncanny, started in 2011 and is a deep dive into the daily life of Congo, DR. The project has earned him several international awards and worldwide recognition.
Mustafah Abdulaziz is an American documentary photographer living in Berlin. He started a 15-year-long project called Water in 2011—a photographic documentation of human beings and their interaction with water—and intends on shooting this project until 2026.
Kathy Ryan is the Director of Photography at The New York Times Magazine since 1987. She is known for her impeccable eye and in taking risks by cross-assigning photographers to different assignments outside of their realm.
Joseph Rodríguez is a documentary photographer and educator born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Rodríguez’s eye is drawn towards social documentary and capturing the struggles of everyday life.
Bruce Davidson is an award-winning photographer known for documenting New York City in his book Subway, and for photographing communities where most outsiders weren’t welcomed.
Eva Barois De Caevel is an independent curator drawn towards moving images, experimental cinema, and the history of production structures.
Jonas Åkerlund is a Grammy and Emmy award-winning director of music videos, who leaves his mark through distinctive storytelling and a visually driven style that pushes the boundaries of the status quo.
Delphine Diallo is a Brooklyn-based French and Senegalese visual artist and photographer who uses photography as a tool for healing and connection.
Jamel Shabazz is an African-American, fashion, fine art, and documentary photographer. Shabazz has gained international recognition through his various books, exhibitions, and editorial magazine works.
Rosie Matheson is a London-based documentary film photographer. Her latest project, Boys, challenges the notion of masculinity through intimate portraits of young men.
Cheryl Dunn is an American documentary filmmaker and photographer, known for her award-winning film, Everybody Street.
Elliott Erwitt is a living legend known for his humorous and iconic black and white photography. He has been a member of Magnum since 1954.
Kevin Kelly is the founding executive editor of Wired magazine, a former editor/publisher of the Whole Earth Review, a photographer, and writer.
Tyler Mitchell is a fashion photographer, filmmaker, and the first African American photographer to shoot the cover of Vogue.
Pauline Vermare is a French photography curator based in New York City and the cultural director at Magnum Photos, New York.
Pete Souza is an American photojournalist, the former Chief Official White House Photographer for Presidents Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama.
John Loengard is an American photographer who joined the staff of Life magazine and then became its magazine's picture editor.
Coreen Simpson is an African-American photographer and jewelry designer focused on African-American themes.
Yumna Al-Arashi is a photographer, filmmaker, and writer based in London whose work has been shown world wide.
George Lois is a legendary art director, designer, and author. Lois is perhaps best known for the 92 covers he designed for Esquire magazine from 1962 to 1972.
Nadine Ijewere is a fashion photographer focused on disrupting gender norms and widening the understanding of different cultures.
Robin de Puy is a portrait photographer based in Amsterdam whose work has been featured and exhibited world wide.
Martin Parr is a legendary British documentary photographer, photojournalist, and photo book collector.
Nadav Kander is a London-based photographer who received an Honorary Fellowship from the Royal Photographic Society in 2015, won the Prix Pictet and a World Press Photo award.
Mirjam Kooiman is an art historian and recently started working as a curator at Foam Photography Museum Amsterdam.
Alec Soth is a Magnum photographer born and based in Minneapolis, Minnesota with over a dozen photo books to his name.
Rinko Kawauchi is a Japanese photographer whose work was awarded an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society in 2012.
Andre D. Wagner is an African-American photographer based in Brooklyn, New York and a contributor to the New York Times.