From the Studio: The Birth of Venus

I’d been dreaming about this beach cave for a while. I came here once just to explore and knew I would be back one day. I was so excited to work with Emma Liegler on this one, she’s an amazing model and makes shooting so easy. The photos, of course, were inspired by Boticelli’s Birth of Venus….

Anna Atkins

  It’s wonderful to learn about female artists and visionaries, but it is especially exciting when you hear about a woman who completely changed the history of the medium you actually work in. Several months ago while visiting the Getty Museum, a cyanotype caught my eye because I had…

Kylie Mosbacher

I started this project because I wanted to celebrate creative women, and I feel so blessed that I have yet to look far to find them. I have been so lucky in finding an amazing group of creative women to call my best friends. A special bond is formed when…

The Women in Windows

I recall talking to a professor last year about the things that catch our eye. She observed that I seemed to be interested in objects–a statement I wasn’t quite sure of. As time has gone on, however, I have started to recognize a pattern in the kinds of works I am drawn…

Morgan Cadigan

Morgan Cadigan is the founder of the UCLA student-run magazine The Paper Mixtape. While studying at UCLA, I decided to join the staff of The Paper Mixtape because I wanted a place to share my photography. Little did I know, the magazine would become so much more than a place to…

Mary Blair

This morning I decided to stay in bed and watch Disney’s Peter Pan. Peter Pan has been a favorite of mine since I was tiny–I remember my dad lifting me up and flying me around while we would watch it. But watching it today, I had a bit of…

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