INSPIRED BY // life, nature, art, music, people and everything around me.
EXCITED BY // photographing in new places
GROOVING TO // Beach house
LAST MEAL // Pho with tofu and veggies
DEATHLY AFRAID // freakish recurring nightmares
LIFE LOVE // traveling and my cat Meg

“I consider myself to be a pursuer of moments; speaking in photographs to tell a story, share what happens between movements and ultimately, interpret our feelings into visual existence. I am inspired by human emotion and strive to capture the heart, soul and personality of everyone. Most of my work is photographed on location where colors shine brighter, emotions take over and a truer sense of self can be reached. I love travelling all over the world; finding beautiful locations, encountering new faces, tasting new cultures and witnessing new cities only helps to saturate my mind and expand my creativity.”


INSPIRED BY // Dale Carnegie
EXCITED BY // psychadelic underwater photoshoots
GROOVING TO // Sinatra
LAST MEAL // potato chips
LIFE LOVE // backpacking the unknown

By the age of 26, Steve left his former career as a Software Developer to chase after his passion for photography. In 2008 he moved to New York City and started Studio Saldana. Find him riding his bike throughout the city or in his work chair in SoHo, shoes off. At times he travels to the unknown with a camera in his hand.

“I love what I do and the impact I have on so many people’s lives. Everyday I strive to be better than who I was the day before and constantly seek new inspirations every step I take on the city pavement. Whether it be in a gallery I walk past, the site of a beautiful art piece in the center of an avenue, or even a local busker trying to get noticed, inspiration runs deep in this amazing city.”


INSPIRED BY// Heirlooms, Wildflowers, Bon Vivants,
EXCITED BY// Magical adventures with people I love.
GROOVING TO// HillyDilly HD Selections
LAST MEAL// Breakfast Sammie
LIFE LOVE// World-Wide People Watching

After graduating from Northfield Mount Hermon School in Western Massachusetts where Jennifer was born and raised, she flew to Central America where she studied photojournalism while exploring and documenting her travels. She returned home to attend Hallmark Institute of Photography where she graduated in the top 10% of her class, before moving to New York City where she now resides. Inspired by life’s adventures old and new, and her love of NYC grit and glamour, her work often emulates the style of a candid fashion editorial.



INSPIRED BY // Malcolm Gladwell’s Outlier, Henri Cartier-Bresson’s The Decisive Moment, MET exhibits,
EXCITED BY // Game of Thrones, perfect biking weather, tasty food, mastering the lyrics to a good rap song, experiencing a new adventure.
GROOVING TO // Childish Gambino, The Beatles, Velobeats remixes, 90’s Boy Bands
LAST MEAL // Sushi from Sukiyabashi Jiro, a tub of green tea ice cream, and a side of shrimp chips
LIFE LOVE //Cycling, traveling, eating, being a sous chef, candid moments

A military veteran that wanted something different from the traditional 9-5 office lifestyle, Angelito made the leap from Finance to Photography in 2010. Self taught and self motivated, he strives to capture moments of human connection. His work has been featured in the New York Times, Manhattan Bride, and Time Out New York. An avid cyclist, Angel also dreams of biking across America and all over the world.



INSPIRED BY // Fine art, traveling to new spaces, good music.
EXCITED BY // Spending time with my friends and family, puppies , going to see good music, dance parties and coffee.
GROOVING TO // The new The Lone Bellow! Always love Dashboard Confessional (default mode is a bit emo). Also … most things 90s hip hop.
LAST MEAL // Burrata & Prosciutto is my jam lately, with plums and honey, yes please.
DEATHLY AFRAID // . I absolutely hate roaches. I’m terrified of waking up and finding crawling on me.
LIFE LOVE // Capturing moments & meeting new people.

New York based photographer living in the East Village, Manhattan. Whether shooting weddings, families, fashion, advertising, or headshot’s, Bri aims to use her editorial style photography to capture life and energy in her subjects, and tell a captivating and emotional story that will draw in and intrigue the viewer.