Luis is a Toronto based photographer. His work has been published in various media and incorporates fashion, portrait, event, wedding, commercial and fine art. Luis has always been fascinated with photography and the many creative opportunities and life experiences it offers. When not shooting he can be found indulging his passion for music by listening to his extensive music collection, playing his guitars and saxophones or taking in a live concert.
Manny is a freelance photographer from Chicago that focuses mainly on concerts. He received his big break in 2012 and hasn’t stopped since. He is a recent Graphic Design graduate from The Illinois Institute of Art in Chicago. His spare time is occupied by spending time with friends and his puppy, Loki.
Matt Caprioli was born in San Diego, raised in LA, moved to Alaska, went to college in MA, and now lives in New York City. He reads a lot of fiction. His accolades include being a good person and winning the California State Under 12 Figure Skating Competition. During the day he sells fancy paper to the likes of David Sedaris, Dan Akroyd and Lady Gaga’s mother.
Morgan has dedicated his career to capturing the emotions and passion of music. With a never ending love for music Morgan is most comfortable at concerts with a camera in hand ready to get she shot. His work has taken him from backstage at the Rogers Centre to the tiniest clubs the city has to offer. Morgan is always ready to capture the best moments of the day.
Sarah is a recent transplant to Chicago from Milwaukee, WI. She spends too much time thinking about the physics of giant robot armor and always tips her bartender. Sarah currently works at a non-profit 9-5 and tries to write witty essays. She also writes for a small, Chicago publication about art and coffee, and makes a mean baked mac and cheese.
Scott Wilson graduated from the University of Iowa where he was taught to be nice and read quietly by himself. His work has been featured in Chinese in-flight magazines, eco-friendly and sustainable blogs, and organic grass fed literary journals. He also works as a bike mechanic. In the past he has dabbled in black magic, voodoo, Satanic rituals, and shopping at Wal-mart -but it was a phase. Scott is a good guy. He’s never stolen anything, he has good table manners, he bikes slowly and wears a helmet.
Sherron likes big butts and he cannot lie. In addition, he is a freelance writer with an intense passion for hoops and Hip-Hop culture. He’s shared his opinions for various outlets including SLAM Online, Swish Appeal, and HipHopDX.com. Currently, Sherron interviews the biggest and brightest artists in rap at TheRealHip-Hop.com.
Smiksha Singla is a second-year Creative Industries student at Ryerson University in Toronto. She loves stories in all their forms (music, writing, films), and wants to see herself reflected in them. Smiksha is a huge nerd for anything art+fashion tech and likes to think of herself as an explorer when it comes to music and its genres.
Originally from West Texas and educated in Narrative Film Making from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Spencer Starnes is a professional New York City fashion photographer. He works with brands such as Palmer Trading Company, Freeman's Sporting Club, Nomad: The Wandering Fashion Boutique and Urbful LLC. Currently, Spencer lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Stefanie Ioannides is a Toronto-based editor and writer. When she’s not proofreading, she can be found reading a book from the stack she continues to build, in the kitchen baking something delicious or searching out a fun, new craft to make. She also works as a classroom assistant at a Montessori school in Toronto.
Stephen is a self-taught photographer living and working in Toronto. His forte is portraiture, of the editorial and fashion sort, although he does have a bit of a soft spot for landscapes. He also enjoys ghost town hunting in and around southern Ontario, collecting and refinishing antiques, learning Japanese and designing logos for heavy metal bands in far-off countries. He shares his home with a wonderfully supportive wife and a completely indifferent cat.
Vicky first started out in video around 10 years ago, which started the passion for photography. She got her first DSLR in 2009 and took lots of travel, surreal portraits and candids as my time as a teenager and thereafter school plays. Having tried video over and over again it still didn’t feel like the right fit but the love for photography grew with the years. She came across concert photography by Brad Heaton who shot for Twenty One Piliots’ Emotional Roadshow tour and thought, “this is totally my style, that must be a dream job.” And then, a new career opened up and now she is pursuing her two greatest loves: music and photography.