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Elizabeth Harper shot by David Yellen (FS exclusive)

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David Yellen is known for taking powerful and striking portraits that highlight the depth and character of his subjects. His subjects have ranged from Warren Buffett to Kanye West to the Kardashian sisters, and his images have been featured on the covers of Fortune, Billboard and Snob magazines. His commercial clients include the Discovery Channel, Atlantic records and Juniper Networks. David was born in 1972 in Flushing, Queens, NY where he acquired an early expertise in bowling and the inner workings of New York pizza.

Matt Henry, London

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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.

Tamar Levine, Los Angeles

Tamar Levine photography

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.

Ben Sklar, Austin

Ben Sklar photography

Ben Sklar is based in Austin, Texas and photographs for publications such as The New York Times, National Geographic Magazine, Newsweek, The London Sunday Times and Time Magazine. This work is from the ongoing project, ‘Serenity’, in which he writes, ‘In the early spring of 2008 Aimee and her husband Jeff decided they were fed up.  They wanted to free themselves from the constraints of the mundane, routine everyday lifestyle in urban America that so many have become conditioned to call normal. The American Dream so many strive for had left them jaded and full of discontent. They donated everything they owned: a 50-inch TV, boxes of childrens’ toys, and even gave away their wedding rings to a couple they found on Craigslist.

Chernobyl: Work by Antonin Kratochvil, Maciek Nabrdalik & Donald Weber

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VII photographers Antonin Kratochvil, Donald Weber and Maciek Nabrdalik have been working independently in and around the Forbidden Zone of Chernobyl, traveling into the abandoned City of Pripyat as well as its eerily overgrown green countryside. Together they have amassed one of the definitive records of the Chernobyl disaster, creating a collection of photos documenting the secret evolution of the post-atomic disaster area, pictures that reveal a haunted world. A modern city once filled with atomic engineers and nuclear physicists was lost forever to calculus error and a culture of obsolescence. Disaster happens to highly advanced societies, but what happens after the steel fences go up?

David Welch, Savannah Georgia

David Welch photography

David Welch is a fine art photographer based in Savannah, GA and Martha’s Vineyard, MA. He is currently a MFA candidate in photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Of this series, Material World, he writes, ‘My work is a response to this contemporary consumer milieu. By treating artifacts of consumer culture as readymades, I create assemblages to form pseudo monuments, or totems, that serve as precarious externalizations of culture as social biography. The totems speak of accumulation and materiality and encourage debate about consumption, media, class, gender and the ways in which we feel compelled to consume’.

Louis Porter, Melbourne

Louis Porter photography

Louis Porter was born in the north of England in 1977 and has been based in Melbourne, Australia since 2001. His work has been exhibited in Australia, England, Canada, Austria and China. He regularly undertakes editorial commissions and has been featured in Monocle, ADbusters, GEO, Trace, The Age, The Monthly and The Big Issue amongst others.

Exploding pill photography series by Jonathon Kambouris

jonathon kambouris photography

Jonathon Kambouris was born in 1982 and raised outside Detroit, Michigan. Growing up he had a strict balance of suburban normalcy with strong roots to the inner city of downtown Detroit. He moved to New York in 2001 to study photography at Parsons The New School for Design. Since then he’s been shooting many editorial and commercial assignments, while keeping a strong emphasis on personal work. This work is from his series, ‘RX’.

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Michelle Dylan Huynh, Melbourne

Michelle Dylan Huynh photography

Michelle Dylan Huynh was born in 1991 in Melbourne, Australia. Only finishing high school two years ago, she has developed an impeccable eye for portraits and subjects surrounding. She has recently been featured in ELLEgirl Korea and done spreads for international independent magazines. Her vision represent a very raw youth combined with whimsicality and carefreeness of the Australian culture.

Striking Portraits Taken at the Rainbow Gathering

Benoit Paille photography

Benoit Paillé is a self-taught Canadian photographer and Art Director currently based in Montreal, Canada. He uses photography as a ‘medium to reach out to the individual’. This portrait series of ‘Rainbow Family members’ was shot at Rainbow Gatherings in Spain, Canada and Mexico.

Benoit Paille photography

Benoit Paille photography

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