When Nicolas Miller moved to New York City several years ago, he was inspired to start his creative journey. Intrigued by the metropolis and all it had to offer, he picked up an old DSLR and began exploring the streets. From there, he's never looked back. Propelled forward by the inspiring street photographers he viewed online, his love for the craft has only deepened over time.
American documentary photographer Michael Chinnici is in love with Cuba.
Kenyan photographer Migwa Nthiga is shedding light on Indigenous culture in his evocative series of portraits, Walks Of Life.
Artist Travels Across the U.S. To Capture Portraits and Ask for Life Advice From 1,000 Strangers Along the Way [Interview]
Many people avoid talking to strangers, but not artist and storyteller Imran Nuri. He designed an entire project that centers around talking to people he doesn’t know. Over the course of an epic road trip that had him traversing all of the 48 contiguous U.S. states, he set—and met—a goal of photographing 1,000 strangers while asking each person their best advice on life.
Stunning Photos of Polar Bears Relaxing in Fields of Flowers During Summer in the Arctic [Interview]
Slovakian-born, Canada-based photographer Martin Gregus has gained acclaim for his documentation of polar bears.
A group of women in the Korean province of Jeju dives deep beneath the water to collect seafood and other...
Photographer Travis Patenaude finds his life's purpose in photography. As someone who was once on the brink of something irreparable, he found a sort of salvation by adopting a dog named Leena. The dog was a Spanish Greyhound, more commonly known as a Galgo, that had been abused and was on the edge of death. Patenaude and his wife rescued Leena, and she, in turn, rescued him, too.
For years, former The Simpsons cartoonist Liz Climo has been creating adorable animal comics.
For three years, British photographer Levon Biss worked tirelessly to capture every hair, feature, and fiber of rare insects from...
Over 20,000 Pounds of Recycled Materials Used to Create Interactive Light Installation at Burning Man [Interview]
After a two-year break, Burning Man came back, and with it came the innovative art installations that the festival is known for. This included an interactive LED sculpture made from recycled ocean plastic and glass by artist-engineer Jen Lewin. The Last Ocean is a large sculpture and light platform made from 10,912 pounds of recycled plastic and 9,268 pounds of glass fiber and recycled composites from coastal beach communities in South Africa.
Postpartum depression, or PPD, is a type of depression that occurs after childbirth.
Indian wildlife photographer Hardik Shelat was rewarded with the photograph of a lifetime after waiting nearly eight hours in the...