Award-winning photographer Eric Naslünd has worked for publications ranging from Eugene Magazine to The New York Post for the past five years. He has an affinity for capturing people in their element and covering what is not usually seen. “People, their lives, and their spaces all have their underlying story of why,” observes Naslünd.
Leah Nash has a passion for documenting the normal and the extreme. Her work has appeared in Newsweek, Rolling Stone, Mother Jones, GEO Magazine and The New York Times. She recently received a Society of Professional Journalists award for her photo essay on Asperger’s syndrome and homelessness, and also received a Regional Arts and Culture Council grant to expand the project.
Ty Milford is a lifestyle photographer and director based in Portland whose work is characterized by bright, vivid, real feeling moments infused with motion and emotion. When he isn’t thinking about or making images, he can be found cycling in the West Hills, running on the Wildwood Trail or playing dress-up with his 2½-year-old daughter, … Read more
Susan Seubert is one of the country’s top editorial photographers; in 1999, Columbia University awarded her Life magazine’s Alfred Eisenstaedt Award. She shoots assignments globally and is a contributor to National Geographic Traveler Magazine and The New York Times. She is a photography expert for National Geographic Expeditions and exhibits in galleries around the U.S., including the Froelick Gallery in Portland.
Joshua McCullough, originally from the Hawaiian Islands, has made his home in Portland since 2003. He is the founder of the botanical image resource company PhytoPhoto, which is dedicated to plant and garden photography. The focus covers everything from endangered species to local farmers markets and some of the world’s finest garden estates. His work appears regularly in publications worldwide.
Based in Portland, Lincoln Barbour is an advertising and editorial photographer of creature comforts. He loves to shoot food, homes and moments of a leisurely lifestyle. His photos are natural, vibrant and incredibly technical; yet the feeling of the imagery he makes evokes a sense of being there.
Teresa Meier is studying Media Arts and Animation at the Art Institute of Portland with a focus on editorial photography and 3-D computer graphic illustration. She also recently studied under National Geographic photographer, Michael Melford on location in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Teresa’s personal projects include fine art, adventure & travel photography and, of course, being a superhero.
As a graduate of the Brooks Institute of Photography, photographer Paula Watts has mastered the art of creating beautiful architectural imagery. “Lighting is the most important thing in photography for me,” she says. Watts photographs architecture all over the Pacific Northwest and was recently published internationally for her architectural work in Trends Magazine.