Kyle Berger was inspired by the unique urban sprawl of his hometown, and describes its surroundings as “a relic of late-era suburbs, with endless newly developed communities surrounded by big stores, fast food restaurants and an ambiguous sense of self. same".
With an eye for the unusual, Jakub Jakobiszyn uses the camera to immortalize scenes he describes as “aesthetically unique”, paying particular attention to composition and color.
The look of someone who doesn't have much to lose is a more available, deeper, more empathetic look. It's these looks that inspire me the most.
Attracted by bold, bold colors and strong afternoon sunlight, Kyle Jeffers transcends the banality of everyday life and ordinary objects with his attractive and humorous photographs.
Tess Ayano's work is inspired by the transient nature of life, which is deeply rooted in Japanese culture and philosophy, and describes her practice as an effort to “create intimate records from the tender moments that exist in everyday life with an awareness of preciousness of everything".
The work of photographer and writer Kristen Welles Bartley is largely autobiographical, heavily influenced by her parents' untimely death. “Sometimes, when I feel lost, I go out and try to find you on the grass or in the sky,” he wrote dedicated to his mother.