Tamar Levine is a Los Angeles-based photographer specializing in fashion, portrait, and fine art photography. Since receiving her BFA with honors at Art Center College of Design in 2005, she has been working on editorial and commercial work for clients such as Runway Magazine, Reebok, 944 Magazine, Filter Magazine, Nylon, Interscope Records, Atlantic Records, Island Records, Angeleno Magazine and YRB Magazine. This work is from her series, Jell-O Salad, which was recently included in PDN’s 2011 Photo Annual.
Matt Henry is a UK-based photographer who shoots little stories about 60s/70s America – a project that can be attributed to three decades of U.S. film and television addiction. Although his love of storytelling led him first into fashion photography, he quickly became tired of having to tell stories about beautiful women in beautiful clothes. Fueled by the notion that another photographic genre of narrative fiction had yet to be embraced, he set about creating his somewhat darkened vision of classic, rural America. Matt lives in Brighton with his Rhodesian Ridgeback dog Sam and works commercially out of Paris and London.